Printed Raffle tickets (sometimes called printed draw tickets)
are the number one way of school fund raising, club fund raising
and charity fund raising, Centreprint supply large or small quantites
of inexpensive fundraising printed raffle tickets.
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Our tickets have the stub perforated where the books are fixed together,
as well as where the ticket joins the stub, removing the need to
separate the stubs individually before the draw. This saves a huge
amount of time.
Order helpline 01902 402693
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"Many Thanks, the
tickets arrived at the school today and they are fantastic!
I'm so glad I found your website when surfing for raffle tickets!
Many Thanks & Regards Karen >>More comments
from satisfied customers
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There is no extra charge for typesetting and layout on our
printed raffle tickets. We also print in (our choice of) coloured
ink to make the tickets as attractive as possible. See
examples | Download
PDF artwork template |
Printed raffle tickets are the ideal form of fundraising for school
PTA, clubs, organisations and Registered Charities. They are very
to other forms of fund-raising and are guaranteed to raise funds
if you offer some attractive prizes and sell books of printed tickets
to as many people as possible. Try to get some or all of your your
prizes donated. Local businesses will often respond with a small
prize, in return for a mention of their name on the printed raffle
"Just to confirm
that the tickets were delivered yesterday - they look super
and we've already sold a few. Thanks very much for a professional
job and for making the process very easy for us". Jill>>More comments
from satisfied customers
Tickets in books of 5 - 135mm x 70mm with
a 60mm wide stub
Printed one ink colour (our choice
of colour) on white 80gsm bond paper. Delivered FREE to
We typeset and layout raffle tickets without extra charge,
adding suitable graphics where appropriate.
Local Authority Registration
If you only plan to offer printed raffle tickets or printed draw
tickets to members of a club, then no registration is required.
If however, you are selling raffle tickets to the general public,
you will need to register with your local authority under the Gambling
Act 2005 before you start. Currently, registration costs £40
and is valid for three years. Application forms are available from
your local authority offices or your local Civic Centre - see your
local yellow pages or local authority website.
"Dear all at Centreprint.
Just a quick note to thank you for the excellent Draw Tickets,
delivered quickly as usual. I got them a few days ago but did
not get around to sending you a thank you. Kind regards".
Jo M>>More comments from
If you intend to put on sale lottery tickets, the
value of which will exceed £20,000, you should contact the
Gaming Board to apply for lottery registration. Tel. No. 0207 306
What we need to know
to put on the printed raffle ticket
When you order your raffle tickets, we need to know the following:
The quantity of
raffle tickets that you require (i.e 1000 books of 5 tickets).
The name of your organisation.
Your registered charity number (if applicable).
The title (name) of the draw i.e. Spring
Raffle, Christmas Draw etc.
Details of the Prizes that you are offering,
i.e. First Prize, Second Prize, Third Prize and other smaller prizes
The date of the draw, and where
it will be drawn.
The promoter's name and address (a legal
The name of the Local Authority with which
the organisation is registered under the Lotteries and Amusements
Act 1976 (Unless the draw is a private lottery or members only draw
where tickets will NOT be sold to the general public).
The date by which all cash, counterfoils
and unsold tickets are to be returned to the promoter.
The price per ticket (maximum of £2
per ticket, by law).
Any special instructions.
The date that you require the tickets
delivered to you by.
The name and address
where the tickets are to be delivered
Please order in
We also need to know whether a proof
is required (£7.00 extra plus VAT) and if you want the standard
service (12-15 working days after the proof is passed by
you) or the express service (7-10 working days after the
proof is passed by you). If you do not request a proof, the production
times start from the next working day after we receive your
It is a legal requirement that the Promoter's
name and address are also printed on the raffle tickets. We layout
the wording for you to legal specification. However, if you wish
to supply your own finished artwork and you understand the legal
requirements, here is an artwork template | Download
artwork PDF template |
"The tickets are
superb, printing is terrific, logos and fun bits are 'alive',
quality is fantastic, you have done a really wonderful job and
in such a short space of time - just A!+++ we are so very pleased.
Many many thanks again".
Di Parkin - Eye Community Association>>More
comments from satisfied customers
Ordering Please order online as all the details
we require are listed on the simple online order form. The minimum
quantity we produce is 2000 tickets (400 books of 5 tickets). Ink
colours vary - there is no choice of ink colour for each specific
order as we regularly rotate the ink colours used. Paper colour
is standard white. Coloured paper available at small extra cost
- please send us an enquiry if you
require a quote for this.
Free Standard Delivery
Standard delivery is FREE and usually takes around 12
- 15 working days. National holidays and Bank holidays sometimes
We can push your order in front and deliver within 7-10 working
days (approx) for urgent orders if required. Just add £12.00
(plus VAT - £14.40) for orders up to 5000 tickets, £18.00
(plus VAT - £21.60) for orders from 5001 to 10,000 tickets
or £30.00 (plus VAT - £36) for orders of 10,001 to 20,000
tickets (plus VAT).
To keep prices down, we do not automatically supply a proof. Proofs
are available if required at an extra cost of £7.00 (plus
VAT - total of £8.23)
Finishing other than in books of five is available. For books of
4,6,8 or 10 tickets, just add £1.70 per 1000 tickets (plus
VAT - £2.00).
We must have full payment with order please. You will get an automatic
online receipt immediately after paying. Please note that HM Revenue
& Customs insist that registered charities must also pay the
full VAT. We think that this is unfair and recommend that you complain
to your MP.
Please note that our prices are already as low as possible and we
are sorry that we are unable to offer any discounts or reductions
for charities and good causes. Raffle tickets are an excellent and
highly cost-effective way of raising funds and the actual cost of
the tickets is minimal compared with the amount of money that can
be raised. For instance - sell 5000 tickets at 50p each = £2500.
Cost of tickets = £61.50 plus VAT. If the prices are donated
that is a "profit" of over £2400. Please see chart
below on how much you could raise.
Supplying your own artwork
If you wish to supply your own finished artwork for printing, please
follow the exact dimensions below. All artwork must be created BLACK
ONLY as the ink colour is added at the printing stage. Any graphics
added should be either line work or a minimum of 300dpi. Please
remember that the promotor's name and address must be on the ticket
(not the stub). Please supply the finished artwork as a black only
Press Ready PDF, with all fonts embedded. Download
It all adds up - How much could
you raise? (assuming that the prizes are donated)
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If you intend to put on sale lottery tickets, the value of which
will exceed £20,000, you should contact the Gaming Board to
apply for lottery registration. Tel. No. 0207 306 6269.
make that you order enough tickets
Considerable sums can be raised by selling enough tickets. Re-ordering
is possible, but will delay sales and will cost much more than ordering
enough tickets in the first place. It is far cheaper to throw away
unsold tickets than to risk not having enough. The more you sell,
the more you make.
Have you though of selling greeting cards to raise extra funds for
your school, church or charity? Over one billion pounds per annum
is spent in the UK on greeting cards and we all buy, on average,
55 cards per year. It's easy to create a range of greeting card
designs that will sell to friends and parents, year after year.