It's been nearly two weeks since 400 ticket retailers began selling lottery tickets in Wyoming.

In Spearfish, gas station cashiers say they haven't noticed a change in the number of people buying tickets.

Lyndia Loring, cashier at Loaf 'N Jug, says people come from all around to get lottery tickets, and she's still seeing people from Gillette, Wyo.

She says it's because they like the place they've been getting tickets for so long. "It's just the service that you get when you come in here," said Loring. "You get a fun cashier, and good service, and an awesome store."

Over at the Valley Corner Store, Carrera Hall, cashier, says things feel the same.

She says they still have regulars who get lottery tickets all the time. "I think it will still be fine. People in the state still want to get them here," said Hall. "I mean they're not going to go to Wyoming."

KOTA-TV reached out to the South Dakota Lottery to see if Wyoming's sales are affecting South Dakota, but they did not get back to us.

The first day of sales in Wyoming brought in almost $200,000 in Powerball and Mega Millions tickets.