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Jackpot Population: 1,410

Total Males: 668
Total Females: 742
Median Household Income: $39,926
Total Households: 508

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Brief Information About Jackpot


Jackpot is a small town of Elko County in Nevada. It is elevated from the ground level by about 5215 ft. Jackpot is less than a mile from the Idaho border and it is a popular destination for casino gaming. This attracts tourists in large numbers from around the area. Jackpot is located about 75 km south of Twin Falls. Apart from the casino and the other entertainment industries occupying major attention of the people of the town, Jackpot has a well established education system, an advanced golf course and a post office. These are also the principal sources of employment in the area. There are a large number of hotels, motels and casinos.



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