FAQ – Raffle

What is a RAFFLE?

A raffle is a game in which people obtain numbered tickets, each ticket having the chance of winning a prize. At a predetermined time and date, the winning tickets are drawn from a Random Number Generator which contains all the ticket entries. The drawn tickets are checked against a collection of prizes which are assigned to specific winning divisions, and the holder of the selected ticket wins the prize in the drawn division

When does the RAFFLE game ticket sales start?

This would differ for every RAFFLE, the Millionaires RAFFLE sales started on the 26th March 2017. The draw closed on the 27th May 2017 at 08:30pm

How does the RAFFLE game work?

    • During the active selling period of each RAFFLE game, the participants may enter into that draw. A participant will enter into the RAFFLE draw by indicating in person to a Retailer the requested number of entries (tickets) they would like, for that specific RAFFLE draw.
    • Tickets will only be “Quick Play” only, i.e. you cannot pick your own RAFFLE numbers to be displayed on the Ticket.
    • The ticket number Selection is made on a random basis by the Random Number Generator and will be issued in a sequential order.

What is a Random Number Generator (RNG)?

The computer system that will be used to generate a sequence of numbers that will be used to determine the winning tickets.

Are the draws conductive live?

Each draw is conducted live in the presence of an independent auditor, and in accordance with the procedures and rules to conduct such draws using the RNG.

What are my limits when buying the RAFFLE tickets?
Players are only allowed to purchase R10 000 worth of tickets at a time and nothing more.


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