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Lotto Sales Over 5 Billion - Sales Up 145%

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http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/news/article....81&in_page_id=2

Lotto sales surge past £5bn

Jonathan Prynn, Evening Standard

15 May 2006

SALES OF National Lottery tickets have surged past £5bn for the first time in eight years.

Lottery operator Camelot, which is preparing to bid for its third consecutive licence, said it had been helped by record demand for online, interactive TV and mobile phone-based games.
Overall sales were £5.01bn in the 12 months to the end of March, an increase of just over five per cent and better than expected. However, the fastest growth came from interactive, online and mobile phone ticket
sales, which were up 145%
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Some desperate Buy-to Le

When in too much debt gamble your way back to solvency :blink:

Edited by Realistbear

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More likely to be FTB's looking for a deposit...

I keep trying, no luck so far but probably the only way I will be able to afford anything :(

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"It's for me pension innit".

Seriously, I remember a recent survey asking people what steps they were taking for financial stability in old age. Some said "None, so I'll have to hope I win the Lottery".

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Increased Lottery sales usually mean a decrease in hope by the people playing

IIRC the Torys introduced it while they were in power :lol:

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