Giant Lottery Balls Float Down The Thames

By on Thursday, October 3, 2013

Six giant Lotto balls were floated down the River Thames last night to launch the re-vamped National Lottery.


The balls will make their way to Loch Ness in Scotland ahead of Saturday’s draw, which will have a bigger jackpot of £10million.

Lotto tickets have doubled in price to £2 from today. The increase in the price of a ticket is the first since the National Lottery was introduced in 1994.

As seen in Evening Standard, Metro and others.


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