What prizes can I win?

We’ve got a bundle of prizes worth a massive £5,000 to give away! You could win:

  • 1st Prize - £4,000
  • 2nd Prize - £500
  • 3rd Prizes – 2 x £250
  • Runner up prizes – 100 x The Brain Tumour Charity tote bags

What are my chances of winning?

Based on the ticket sales of our previous raffle, the chance of winning a prize in the New Year Raffle is 1 in 199.

How old must I be to enter?

To enter any of our raffles, you must be 18 years or over.

What date will the winners be drawn?

We will close our Raffle on Friday 22 March 2024 and all prizes will be drawn on Friday 29 March 2024.

Please note that any entries received after the closing date will be seen as donations.

Can I use my credit card to pay for my tickets?

Since the 14 April 2020, The Gambling Commission no longer allows you to use credit cards for any form of gambling, including our Win Big Raffle.

How will I know if I have won?

When the draw takes place, all winners will be sent notification by phone call, email or post. You will not need to claim your prize.

How much does the charity make from these raffles?

In 2023, the Win Big Raffle generated £20,694 from ticket sales, with 36.49% spent on expenses and 24.16% on prizes. The remaining 39.35% was spent directly on the work of the Brain Tumour Charity.

How can I self-exclude myself from playing your lotteries and raffles?

While most of our supporters gamble within their means, we recognise that gambling can be a problem for some. If you are worried about your gambling or that of someone close to you, GamCare can provide support and information.

To support problem gamblers, we operate a self-exclusion policy which means you will not receive any information about our raffles. You can join the scheme by contacting us at raffle@thebraintumourcharity.org.


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