Writing your Raffle Rules
Each State or Province has unique requirements for charity raffles. You will need to check what you are required to inform ticket purchasers about your raffle and follow their guidelines when writing raffle rules.
Here is an example of what some raffle rules might look like, with plenty of room for you to edit and adjust to your specific details!
1. Players must be present in ‘State/Province‘, and be ‘Age of Majority‘ years or older at the time of purchase. Eligibility will be confirmed when winning tickets are presented, and failure to meet these requirements may mean forfeiting the prize.
2. Tickets will be available online and sold at a rate of:
· 1 for $10 – 20 units available
· 4 for $20 – 125 units available
· 20 for $50 – 26 units available
· 100 for $100 – 90 units available
3. Ticket sales will end on ‘Ticket Sale End Date‘ at ‘11:59PM‘ with the draw taking place at ‘Location‘ on ‘Draw Date‘.
4. This raffle will draw for ‘#‘ prizes. There will be a total of ‘#‘ winners. The winner(s) will receive a cash prize of 50% of ticket sales up to a maximum of ‘Total Ticket Value‘. Or, if you are running a prize raffle, list each prize & their approximate values here.
5. All ticket numbers will be emailed to ticket purchasers by the platform supplier Raffle Rocket. A physical ticket will be issued in your name by ‘Organization Name‘ and entered on your behalf for this draw
6. The winner will be determined by a random draw at ‘Draw Location‘ overseen by ‘Organization Name‘.
7. The winner will be contacted by email from Raffle Rocket & be published on the raffle prize itself automatically. The winner has ‘90 days‘ to claim their prize.
8. Draw results will appear on the main raffle page after ‘Draw Date‘ as each prize has passed.
9. By playing, you consent to having your name and winning number(s) published.