The RSPCA Raffle gives you the chance to win a share in over $200,000 in prizes! RSPCA is an iconic Australian charity, offering care and adoption services for more than 120,000 animals each year. As with all not-for-profit organisations, they rely heavily on fundraising. Proceeds from the sale of the RSPCA raffle tickets go to continue providing their important service.
Best of all, you are not only supporting a great cause, but you’re also getting the chance to win great prizes!
We’ve put together everything you need to know about the RSPCA raffle. We’ll detail how to enter, what prizes you can win, and what your purchase and support means for Australian animals.
What are the RSPCA Raffle Prizes?
The RSPCA Lottery prizes vary depending on the draw, but give you the chance to win over $200,000 in prizes! Each draw has a first, second, third, and fourth prize, featuring cars, getaways, and more!
Car prizes also include delivery and all on-road costs (stamp duty, registration, and compulsory third-party insurance).
Are there Bonus Prizes?
There are multiple prizes to be won in each RSPCA draw. Plus, if you buy 40 or more tickets, you will also be eligible for a $10,000 gold bullion bonus draw! Gold bullion is exchangeable for cash.
Current RSPCA Raffle Draw
The current RSPCA Lottery is draw 68. There are over $200,000 in prizes available, with four major prizes.
First Prize: Hit the road in an all-new electric MINI Hatch, including all on-road costs and delivery within Australia. Plus, $15,000 gold bullion! The first prize package has a combined value of $74,900.
Second Prize: Get out and about with a Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Cruiser AWD 2.5L, valued at $49,943.44.
Third Prize: You’ll win not just one, but FOUR Australian holiday packages for two people! Choose four incredible getaways for you and a loved one. Third prize is valued at $36,000.
Fourth Prize: This prize winner will win one incredible Australian holiday package for four people, valued at $16,000.
Make sure you don’t miss your chance to win, all while supporting a great cause. Get your RSPCA tickets now at Oz Lotteries.
Last RSPCA Lottery Draw
The most recent RSPCA Raffle draw was draw 67. The prizes included an all new MINI Hatch, luxury holidays, and gold bullion, with a total prize pool valued at over $185,000. The draw closed on 22 July 2020, and was drawn 23 July 2020. The major prize winner was ticket number 672175444 from Balwyn North, VIC.
Odds and Tickets
What are the Odds of Winning in the RSPCA Lottery?
The odds of winning first prize vary depending on the draw and tickets sold. However, there is a maximum amount of 2,000,000 tickets available in the draw. Therefore, you can be assured that your odds are at least 1:2,000,000 or better.
Where can I buy tickets for the RSPCA Raffle?
You can buy RSPCA Lottery tickets right here at Oz Lotteries, the home of Australian Charity Lotteries. View the prizes available in the current draw and grab your tickets early for your chance to win!
What happens if I win?
If you are a prize winner, a representative from RSPCA will contact you. The draw results are also sent by email for you to confirm. Remember, we use the details you use to register to contact you if you’re a winner. Therefore, it’s very important to keep them up to date! Make sure you provide the right information when you sign up, and check that your phone number and email address regularly and that they are correct in your Oz Lotteries account.
You can also check the latest RSPCA lottery results at Oz Lotteries.
How do I get my prize if I win?
An RSPCA representative will help you with claiming your prize and give you all the information on how you’ll receive it. Delivery of cars within Australia is included in the first prize so your prize will be transported to you.
How Your Support Helps RSPCA
RSPCA provides this care to many animals in need and helps find their forever homes, like Sam. By supporting the RSPCA Lottery, you are contributing to the rehabilitation of many animals in desperate need of healthcare and loving homes.
How Your Support Helps
Many supporters are aware of how RSPCA helps injured, abused, and neglected animals. But not all animals that come in suffer poor care or injuries. The beloved ‘Ned Kelly’ was well looked after and only came to the RSPCA when his owner needed to surrender him due to his own health concerns.
Ned is a social butterfly and was a fast favourite with the shelter staff. He was then quickly adopted to a new loving family.