More than 500 volunteers gave their time to run the Royal British Legion's pop-up shop and head out onto the streets to sell poppies.
The money raised will ensure that the armed forces community have access to finance, careers advice, rehabilitation courses and care homes for older veterans.
Poppy Appeal organiser, Alison Opfermann, says: "This is an incredible total and we are truly humbled by the generosity of islanders.
"On behalf of service veterans and their families, we offer sincere and heartfelt thanks."
Chairman of the island's branch of the Royal British Legion, Tim Daniels, says the charity is 'very thankful to the people of Jersey' for the funds raised:
“Every purchase and donation to the Poppy Appeal stays with the charity on the island and helps members or former members of the armed forces community."