"Lottery takes about 80 to 90 percent of our sales here," Susan Snyder of Fe Fi's Grocery Store says.
"Usually when people come get gas they usually always get lottery tickets with it," Khristina Slobodnik of Robert's Service Center says.
The new proposal by Camelot Global Services pledges an added 34 billion dollars in income over the next 20 years.
One way would be adding more games, like keno.
"If they add more games then people will probably buy more tickets. Everyone is excited to buy lottery," Slobodnik says.
While some retailers are excited about the possibility of adding some new options, others aren't so sure. Saying if it isn't broke, don't fix it.
"I've heard a lot of customers say that if they do switch to overseas that they will not buy as much lottery as they normally do and some would just not buy period," Snyder says.
Blair County lottery retailers made nearly $3 million last year off commissions.
Snyder says losing that lottery income would be crippling.
"It's going to hurt our business big time. Most of our business is lottery so it will affect us big time," Snyder says.
Eventhough the bid by the British firm has been accepted, the deal isn't done. The Senate Finance Committee will discuss the bid in a meeting on Monday.