The price of a National Lottery ticket could rise - and even double to £2 - under plans being considered by the operator Camelot, it emerged today. Chief executive Dianne Thompson has said that she would like to see the price of a ticket rise. She added that if the cost of a Lotto ticket had risen in line with inflation, it would cost more than £1.20 today. A spokeswoman for Camelot denied that a price rise was on the horizon. But there has always been concern that increasing the price of a Lotto ticket from a one coin transaction to a two or three coin purchase could put some players off.
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