You don't have to choose between selling tickets offline or online for your next raffle campaign. It's simple and easy to combine traditional raffle methods with online raffle fundraising.
Traditional raffles have been hugely successful for many years where players purchase raffle tickets at events, shops, schools etc. We wanted to make sure all of our charities and causes had every opportunity for success with their raffle campaigns, so we offer everyone the chance to combine offline ticket sales with online sales. This ensures that every charity or cause has the ability to tap into any fundraising method they wish; whether it is email marketing, door to door or hosting an event. It also provides charities and causes a multitude of opportunities to be innovative, creative and unique.
Combing traditional with online raffle fundraising
Unique raffle campaigns are often the most successful. Our services allow you to combine different methods of reaching supporters online and offline. For example, if you are hosting an event where you will announce the raffle winner, why not provide iPads or a URL to enter into personal phones where supporters will have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets online during the event. This helps build a sense of urgency when supporters know that the winner(s) will be announced at the end of their evening.
How do we combine offline with online ticket sales?
It's quick and simple to set up your online raffle which makes combining traditional with digital has never been easier. Here's how you can set up your online raffle in 5 steps. Once you have your online raffle, what are your options for combining traditional with digital? Where the charity wishes conduct a draw that combines non remote ticket sales they have the options below:
We can conduct a pre draw on the remote and non remote data pots to determine if the winning player came from remote or non remote ticket sales. A draw can then be conducted by the charity from non remote ticket sales or if the winner came from the remote pot, we shall provide the winning entrant’s details to the society.
If the draw is made at an event or other non remote draw is required we will provide a CSV with the remote entrants.
Tickets corresponding to the remote players are entered into the “bucket” and the winning ticket selected.
Get in touch with us if you have any further questions about your raffle campaigns. In the meantime, download our free Planning Checklist to help get you on your way to a successful raffle campaign.