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Chinese Auction Ticket
Actual Size
8.5 X 3.66 in.


 Strip 10
Actual Size
10 x 2.125 in.

 Strip 10 with Stub
Actual Size
9.875 x 2.125 in.

 Strip 16
Actual Size
14 x 2.125 in.

 Custom Strip
Actual Size
8 1/2 x 3 5/8 in.

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Tips on Ordering the Right Raffle Tickets

Before you purchase your raffle tickets there are a few things to consider. Raffle tickets sold by Kwik Tickets Inc. vary by size and should be selected based on the type of raffle or quantity of prizes you have decided to use.

The standard size raffle ticket is 5 ½” by 2 1/8” (see our Quick Ticket for more information.) For other common raffles such as the Gun or Cash Bash the standard raffle ticket types used include the Big Ticket 5 ½” by 4 ¼” or the Jumbo Ticket 8 ½” by 3 5/8”. These raffle tickets are large enough to include more information such as a group of prizes or detailed information about the prize including a picture. If the raffle you are running requires more room for the stub information, the Short Half Ticket 8 ½” by 2 1/8” or the Half Ticket 8 ½” by 2 ¾” inches, may be what you require. These tickets allow equal amounts of space for the ticket/prize information and the empty fields for the buyer to fill out (name, address, phone, etc.) If you are looking to make your raffle ticket stand out you may wish to consider adding one or more colors to the ticket you choose. For an additional charge your ticket could include a full color picture of the item your organization is raffling.

If you still cannot decide which ticket fits your needs, you may want to consider the amount of information included on the raffle ticket; base your ticket selection on word quantity. Decide what information you want to include on the ticket and see how much room you will need. We suggest the following items be included, although you may put as much or as little information as you like. Provide a full list of your prizes and any details about the item(s); be sure your drawing date and time is listed; the ticket cost is another key piece of information; you may also wish to include the type of drawing (example: No. will be taken from 7:00 State lottery 3-digit number.); other raffle tickets include disclaimers and expiration dates. After reviewing the text you want to include, you will have a better idea of the size your raffle ticket will need to be.

Something you may want to consider as you are planning your raffle and printing your raffle tickets. Printing companies may print your tickets without mentioning legalities. It is NOT the responsibility of the printing company to verify your raffle is legal. The assumption is that if you are now ordering the raffle ticket you have performed all the requirements needed by your state to make sure your raffle is on the up and up. To verify your raffle event is legal you will need to check your state’s policy on fundraisers and gambling as the laws vary state by state. An easy way to find this information is online. Do a search under your state’s Statutes: regulations about solicitations by non-profit or charitable organizations. Some states also list their guidelines along with their gambling regulations.