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The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation (EOCF) online 50/50 raffle presented by RE/MAX is back for the 2020-21 Edmonton Oilers season!
The record-setting online 50/50 raffle will give fans in Alberta another chance to win big during every Oilers home and away game this season. The 50/50 raffle will also raise important dollars for the EOCF to reinvest in the community.
Tickets sales will open at 9:00 AM MT on all game days and end at 10:00 PM MT on the same day. The draw shall take place approximately 30 minutes after the time the sales close at the EOCF’s offices (300, 10214 104 Ave NW). The winning ticket will be selected via Random Number Generator (“RNG”) and the winning number will be posted on this page shortly after the draw.
Tickets can be purchased by individuals 18 years or older, located within Alberta’s provincial borders at the time of purchase. All ticket sales are final and ticket buyers will receive a receipt via email after purchasing that will list all numbers associated with the purchased tickets.
If purchasers have not received their tickets by 9:00 AM MT the following day, they are instructed to e-mail [email protected] before 12:00 PM MT. Any resend requests received after 12:00 PM MT will not be processed. Tickets will be resent to purchasers between 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM MT. Purchasers must e-mail from the original e-mail address they used for the ticket purchase, which must be entered correctly.
Fans can select from the following four ticket pack options:
- Regular: Five dollars ($5.00) for one (1) ticket (D)
- Discount 1: Ten dollars ($10.00) for ten (10) tickets (C)
- Discount 2: Twenty dollars ($20.00) for sixty (60) tickets (B)
- Discount 3: Fifty dollars ($50.00) for two hundred (200) tickets (A)
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WINNING TICKET INFO
The holder of the winning ticket will have until 4:00 PM MT four (4) business days from the time of the announcement of the winning ticket number to present the winning ticket to the 50/50 licensee.
The holder of the winning ticket may claim their prize by contacting the 50/50 office at [email protected] and forwarding their purchase e-mail and a copy of their government-issued photo identification and address. The name on the government-issued photo identification must match the name that was used to purchase the ticket. Each prize claimant must provide the EOCF with all information required by provincial gaming regulations to claim a prize.
The prize claimant will be required to sign a declaration and release which must be executed and returned to the EOCF no later than five (5) business days after his/her receipt of the release. The winner’s name will be publicized on the list of prize winners located at EdmontonOilers.com/5050, as well as on corresponding social media channels. All prizes will be awarded to the winners via cheque within thirty (30) days of the winner delivering the winning raffle ticket, executed release, and all other required documents to the EOCF.
All prizes not claimed on or before the prize claim expiry date (4:00 PM MT, four business days from the time of the announcement of the winning ticket number), will be added to one or more jackpots at the discretion of the 50/50 licensee, with AGLC approval. This means that any unclaimed prizes will be redistributed by adding the amount to the raffle of the designated 50/50 licensed event.
Questions or concerns regarding the 50/50 program should be addressed to the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation at:
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Raffle: $20,000 and Less
What is a Raffle?
A raffle is a lottery scheme where ticket purchasers pay for a chance to win a prize.
Any time you pay a price for a chance to win a prize, a raffle licence is needed.
You do NOT need a licence or AGLC approval for:
You do need a licence for:
Who can apply?
Alberta based non-profit, charitable or religious groups can apply if:
- their structure and programs follow AGLC’s policies, (see the Charitable Gaming Policies Handbook – Section 2.1 – Basic Eligibility)
- the money earned supports the group’s programs
An organization does not need to be registered as a charity with Canada Revenue Agency to be considered a charitable organization with AGLC.
For-profit businesses, individuals and government are not considered charitable or religious and are not eligible to apply for a licence.
How to apply
To apply for approval to conduct raffle licenses fill out the Eligibility for Raffle Licence (Total Ticket Value $20,000 and Less Only) which includes an Internet Account Request Form to get your AGLC ID Number. There is no fee to apply for eligibility or the internet account. Return completed forms to AGLC at [email protected] or Fax: 780-447-8911.
How long it takes
A complete application will take approximately three to five business days to review. If there is any missing information, we will contact you.
If approved, you will receive up to two emails:
- the first will provide your AGLC ID Number, giving you information on how to get your licence
- the second will provide your password for your internet account, which will allow you to go online to AGLC website and create your raffle licence(s); (you will receive this email if you submitted the Internet Account Request form with the Eligibility Application)
The Charitable Gaming Policies Handbook has more information on:
- legislation and policies
- general eligibility
- types of groups that may be eligible
- using gaming proceeds
Popular Eligibility Questions
Answers to some of your questions may be found in our list of popular eligibility questions.
For questions not answered, call AGLC to speak to an Eligibility Analyst.
Phone: 780-651-7600 ext. 4 or toll-free: 1-855-506-1066 ext. 4
Applying for a Raffle Licence
What is a Raffle?
A raffle is a lottery scheme where ticket purchasers pay for a chance to win a prize. Some examples include cash, merchandise, travel, or a percentage draw (such as a 50/50).
Before you start
A group AGLC has found eligible for raffles with a total ticket value $20,000 and less must follow:
Total Ticket Value
To calculate the total ticket value, multiply the price(s) of the ticket(s) by the number of tickets for sale. For example, 10,000 tickets at $2 each equals a total ticket value of $20,000.
A group may choose to sell discount tickets in multiples at a lower price per ticket than a regular ticket. For example, one ticket for sale at $5 and discount tickets for sale at three for $10.
Add regular tickets and discount tickets to calculate total ticket value:
- 500 regular tickets x $3 per ticket = $1,500
- 3,000 discounted tickets at two for $5 = $7,500
The total ticket value in this example is $9,000.
A group must not exceed the total ticket value of the licence.
Planning for the Licence
Before you get a licence online through an AGLC web account or from a registry agent, you need to know:
- the format of the raffle: cash or merchandise; 50/50; progressive ( see FAQ for additional detail )
- the number of tickets for sale
- the price per ticket
- prize description and retail value of each prize
- date and location of the draw(s)
- all expenses, such as ticket printing, advertising etc.
Conducting the Raffle Online
Raffles with a TTV less than $100,000, including small raffles with a TTV of $20,000 or less, may use the Internet to:
- Advertise the raffle
- Accept ticket orders and payment only on a PCI compliant platform
These conditions apply:
- The tickets or ticket numbers must not be distributed to the ticket purchaser electronically e.g. via email
- Tickets must be provided to ticket purchasers via Canada Post or in person.
- Use of a random number generator (RNG) to select prize winner(s) is not allowed; a manual draw must be conducted
Each group that plans to hold a raffle must establish raffle rules for each licence. Raffle rules must be provided when asked. For guidance, refer to Section E of the Raffle Terms & Conditions Total Ticket Value $20,000 and Less.
Each group must have ticket and financial controls for all raffle licences.
AGLC does not charge a licence fee for this type of raffle. If you get a licence at an Alberta registry agent, there may be a service fee.
Making Changes to an Existing Licence
A group that wants to change its licence, such as extend the draw date, must notify AGLC. This guide lists required information.
Cancelling a Raffle Licence
A group must send a request in writing to AGLC to cancel a raffle licence.
- identify the number of tickets sold
- state the reason for the request
- make a reasonable effort to provide refunds to all ticket buyers
- advertise the raffle cancellation
This information answers commonly asked questions, and explains eligibility and application for this type of raffle.