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Govt to Sell Lottery Tickets Online on June 2


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BANGKOK, May 27 (TNA) – The Government Lottery Office will make lottery tickets available via its online “Digital Lottery” platform on June 2.

 

GLO director Lt Col Noon Sansanakom said that 10,513 vendors were contracted to sell government lottery tickets through the platform and at least 5 million lottery tickets would be available via the online channel.

 

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Through platform, small-scale vendors will sell the lottery tickets that they receive directly from the GLO. From them, people can buy lottery tickets at their 80-baht official price and also support the living of the small-scale vendors.

 

Full story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news-949629

 

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So 80 baht is what the OP says, or what will be the marked up prices by the vendors for the delivery to your door.....

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So let me see now, a step toward the future on the backs of 10,513 vendors that until now, this is probably the source of income, will they compensated i wonder, knowing the Thai government and how they operates, probably not...

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3 hours ago, ThailandRyan said:

So 80 baht is what the OP says, or what will be the marked up prices by the vendors for the delivery to your door.....

Up to you what you pay.

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3 hours ago, RafPinto said:

And where goes the profit to?

Hmmm,

Off-shore palace.

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8 hours ago, RafPinto said:

And where goes the profit to?

Hmmm,

During the lock-down when no or very few lottery tickets were sold ,we were told that lottery revenue was the government's biggest sauce of income. 

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22 hours ago, webfact said:

Through platform, small-scale vendors will sell the lottery tickets that they receive directly from the GLO. From them, people can buy lottery tickets at their 80-baht official price and also support the living of the small-scale vendors.

A lot have to be brought from 'Agents' who bulk buy from GLO, hence the inflated price.

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22 hours ago, webfact said:

GLO director Lt Col Noon Sansanakom said that 10,513 vendors were contracted to sell government lottery tickets through the platform

There are a lot more vendors than 10,513.

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10 minutes ago, brianthainess said:

If only one could choose the numbers you want, as OZ and the UK, not pre-printed tickets.

It will never catch on here; you can't fix chosen numbers, only pre-printed ones.

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