Set Your Raffle Details
a) Name your raffle
This can be whatever you like! "2017 Season 50/50" and "September Prize Raffle" are a couple examples.
b) Proposed raffle start date
This is not a firm date but a "target" date that gives us an idea of when you're looking to launch. If you end up deciding to launch earlier or later than this date, that's totally fine!
c) Ticket sales end date/time
This date is not flexible once the raffle is launched and determines the date and time when sales for your raffle will be deactivated. If you're not completely decided on an end time, go ahead and throw in a ballpark date. You can change this date anytime before you actually launch your raffle.
Final draw date
The date that you will perform your final draw.
Important Note: You are legally required to allow ticket purchasers to witness the draw. With the exception of draws that are held at special events, we recommend holding your draw at your office location during business hours.
Final draw time
This can be as early as 5 minutes after ticket sales end but can be anytime afterward. With that being said, give yourself some time to reconcile your sales. A good way to structure your sales end time and draw time is to end ticket sales at midnight and hold the draw on the next business day during your regular business hours.