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Underage Lottery sales

According to a report by the National Lottery Commision, underage Lottery sales has fallen from 7% to 5% in the past year which is great news.

ACS however, are still urging retailers to remain vigilant against these sales as reports that of the under 16 playing the National Lottery, over half were reported to have bought their ticket at convenience stores or newsagents.


‘Retailers are on the fornt line in cutting out underage sales in all aspects of their business, we urge retailers to remain vigilant’ says ACS CEO, James Lowman.

The National Lottery is set to see a shake up from October 5th, when tickets will increase in price from £1 to £2; the first price increase since the National Lottery started.

Article originally broadcast in The Grocer.



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