Sentence Examples


  • Find out if they are doing a raffle (meaning they didn't get a lot), or a first come/first serve line (got adequate quantities), or doing nothing (didn't get any/just selling games).
  • Another popular option is to hold a "split the pot" raffle, where half of the money raised from the ticket sales goes to the winner and the other half stays with the organization.
  • For example, most people will find it much easier to sell $5 raffle tickets to their co-workers and neighbors than to sell tickets for a drawdown even that are $100 each.
  • Often times, the goal is to raise money for a charity so either spectators will be charged a nominal fee to see the entertainment, or there would be a raffle.
  • Raffles usually consist of a prize or a sum of money offered in a lottery, which is contingent upon a group of people buying raffle tickets.