UK National Lottery Sales Thrive tickets in recession

The best sales year in the UK National Lotto tickets only reported lottery organizers Camelot UK. No mean feat for a company based in a country that is experiencing a deep recession.

On March 31, 2008 to March 31, 2009 sale of tickets will rise to £ 5 billion, which was £ 182.8 million more than in the previous year. In total ticket sales increased by 12% over the past five years.

Almost sales were caused by people who support the Olympic Games (to be held in London in 2012), buying more lottery tickets and scratch cards to raise funds for the event.

There are more than three years to go, but the Olympic Tee £ 750 million (GBP) looks good with a £ 400 million (GBP) already raised and a further £ 750 million plan to unforeseen circumstances may make the diversion of funds other lottery benefactors.

Camelot, which launched in the UK Lotto for three consecutive terms, said that it is considered to increase the sales growth was around people now playing the lottery or on their mobile phones or the Internet.

Playing the lottery so that customers save time by not having to queue for tickets every week. But despite more importantly, they avoid the possibility of losing their tickets, and if you play through the internet, it may even have the results emailed to them after each draw takes place, making all their records risk lottery.

In general, the future looks good for the organizers and their customers, as well as a good cause, supported by the UK National Lottery.



Source by Peter Moore