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Raffles are a common way for organizations to raise funds. They usually find a prize that people will want to win and sell tickets for it.

It's important to have a large number of workers selling and distributing tickets. Also, make sure the tickets are numbered. This will help keep track of them, so they aren't lost or mutilated.


There are a few things to keep in mind when selecting the size of your raffle tickets. First, consider how the tickets will be used and how much information you want to include. Ensure that the chosen dimensions provide enough space for all the important details, such as event name, time, location, and prize information.

Additionally, consider the printing method and material type. Larger sizes typically require offset printing, while smaller tickets can be printed digitally. Different materials also have their own costs, so make sure you understand the options available to you before making a decision.

Lastly, remember that your ticket may be cut into multiple pieces, so be sure to test the perforation line on a few tickets before using them for your event. If the perforation isn't accurate, you could end up with tickets that are difficult to tear. Choosing the right size of raffle ticket will help you create a more effective and attractive product that is within your budget.


A raffle ticket needs to be visually appealing, but it also has to communicate important information clearly. It must tell the participants where the event will be held, how much the tickets cost, and what prizes are in store for them. If any additional details are needed, these should be included in a fine print on the back of the ticket.

Lastly, it's good to include the serial number of each ticket. This will help you keep track of each ticket as it is sold, and will make it easier to determine the winner during the grand draw.

Canva offers a variety of beautiful raffle ticket templates that can be customized to fit your event theme and message. The key is to not overdo it, but to be creative enough to grab the attention of your target audience. Using different graphic and text elements to make the layout interesting is one way to accomplish this.


Print your raffle tickets on high-quality 14pt. C2S or 100 lb. uncoated cover stock in full color with fast turn-around and an on-line proof BEFORE you pay. We can also include perforation, digital numbering or bundling and stapling in books for easy distribution.

Raffles, events and fundraising are all more fun when participants have the chance to win some great prizes or gifts. To help them identify their ticket, you can have unique numbers printed on the stub and the body of each one. This way the organizer can keep track of who has purchased which ticket.

Keeping the image and cover background to a minimum will speed printing and save ink costs. We also suggest a guillotine cut for the stub line to speed up the production process. This product is meant to satisfy the budget-conscious buyer without sacrificing quality. You can still select additional paper types and finishes but there are no rush fees for this item.


Raffle tickets can be printed with unique numbering in one of two ways. The first is to print the tickets without numbers, a process called imposition (or singles printing), then to apply the numbering to each ticket during the perforation process. This approach is more common with digital printing presses and allows large quantities of tickets to be produced relatively quickly.

The other method is to print the tickets with the numbering on, which is referred to as double-roll or standard tickets. These are a good choice when you want the ticket to serve as both stub and ticket, for example for carnival games or food/drink tickets. You can even add a color bar to differentiate the stub from the ticket, which will help at draw time by making it easier to group tickets by their matching stubs.

Use space on the back of the ticket for a custom image, sponsor logo or information about the event. Roll your mouse-wheel to re-size images or text, or right click and choose Add Text to enter text directly. Stub text can be saved as a stub text file, allowing you to re-load it at any time.


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