RED RAFFLE TICKETS – $5 each or 5 TICKETS for $20
ITEMS VALUED UP TO $299
BLUE RAFFLE TICKETS – $10 EACH or 5 TICKETS for $40
ITEMS VALUED AT $300 OR MORE
DOOR & RAFFLE PRIZE OFFICIAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
ELIGIBILITY: Entry purchaser, and anyone to whom an entry purchaser must be an individual 21 years or older, a legal resident of the United States at time of entry purchase and must be a resident of the State of Arizona at the time of entry.
Tickets will only be sold through authorized members, staff members, and designated representatives of the 100 Club of Arizona. Tickets may be purchased onsite during designated registration drives, ride check-in/registration locations on September 17 and 18, 2021, ride check-in/registration and at the barbecue in Flagstaff, Arizona on September 18, 2021. At ride check-in/registration on October 15, 2021, certain rider check-in/registration on October 16, 2021 and at the barbecue in Tucson on October 16, 2021. At the ride check-in/registration on November 5, 2021, certain rider check-in/registration, and at the barbecue in Mesa on November 6, 2021. By law, raffle tickets must be purchased with cash, a separate check or charged to a credit card as separate transactions.
DOOR PRIZE DRAWING: Door prize raffle tickets will be offered for sale and can be purchased at the designated locations mentioned above. The 100 Club of Arizona assumes no responsibility for lost, late, misdirected, mutilated, incomplete, illegible, or non-delivered entries/tickets. Any mutilated, incomplete, or illegible entries/tickets will be deemed invalid and shall be immediately disqualified. All entries/tickets will be entered in the drawings to be held at the barbecues on September 18th, October 16th, and November 6th, 2021. Winner does not need to be needs to be present to win and the duplicate ticket that matches the drawn winning door prize ticket will be required.
TAX & IRS RULES: All net proceeds benefit 100 Club of Arizona, a non-profit organization operating under paragraph 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and the laws of the State of Arizona. The IRS has taken the position that amounts paid for chances to participate in raffles, lotteries or similar programs are not gifts and, therefore, the price of the raffle entry does not qualify as a deductible charitable contribution or donation for income tax purposes.