We cannot do that. A fundraiser and a raffle/charity raffles have different regulations. In almost every Jurisdiction in the US there are specific rules regarding payments for a raffle ticket. In some States, the Charity is required to have a separate bank account where the payments are deposited to avoid the possibility of co-mingling of raffle funds. It is your and the charity’s responsibility to follow the regulations for your location.
Yes, we have the ability to do that. Most charities will add a service charge between 6.5 to 10%. Our research shows that adding a Service Charge does not have a significant impact on your raffle orders. Most customers are used to a service charge on tickets and it is a great way to offset your fundraising expenses. We default to 7.5% when we set up your raffle unless you… Continue reading
No, our only charge is what is stated. In many States it is illegal to collect a percentage of a raffle. The credit card processing will charge typical fees. That is not part of our service.
For example, we will have ticket prices of $2, $5, $10 and $25. $2 tickets can only be added to the $2 prize baskets. Etc.
Absolutely! But we do it a little differently. We have a tiered basket configuration to set a require ticket per entry. By default all prize baskets are 1 ticket. You can edit each basket to require a different number of tickets. For example, if most… Continue reading
Yes, our newest version has the ability to handle ticket packages where the tickets are then assigned to various prizes when checking out. We have a prize category function where you setup your prize categories for filtering such as Restaurants, Gift Cards, Entertainment, Gifts, etc. Each prize needs a Title, Description and 1 Photo. Additionally, Basket Raffles cannot support another raffle on the same site.
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