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Five things you didn’t know about Jays Care’s 50/50 Raffle

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Including a record-breaking jackpot rivalling the largest lotteries in Canada

Five things you didn’t know about Jays Care's 50/50 Raffle

As Blue Jays fans enjoy some of the most exciting baseball of the season, those in the know are getting ready for the Jays Care Super September 50/50 Raffle, which promises to be an unforgettable experience for baseball fans, local supporters and visitors alike. With a tradition of fostering community engagement and supporting youth across Ontario, Jays Care Foundation has taken its annual 50/50 draw to new heights, offering some of the most incredible prizes to date. As the anticipation builds, let’s delve into what makes this year’s Jays Care 50/50 draw an unmissable opportunity.

There’s a huge jackpot

Circle Oct. 1 on your calendar because this is the day to score big. Anticipation will reach a fever pitch at Rogers Centre when one lucky winner takes home a projected multi-million-dollar jackpot rivalling the biggest lotteries across Canada. This year’s grand prize is anticipated to be the biggest 50/50 draw and biggest take-home jackpot in MLB history, so, don’t miss out. 

There are 77 early bird prizes

Aptly named “Super Saturday” and “Super Sunday,” Sept. 9 to 10, 16 to 17, 23 to 24, and 30 to Oct. 1, will revolve around the most coveted early bird prizes amounting to over $130,000. Brace yourself for a whopping 77 prizes in total, paying homage to the Blue Jays’ inaugural season in 1977. These winnings span a variety of authenticated Blue Jays paraphernalia from game-used baseballs to autographed jerseys and even VIP experiences at the 2024 Jays Home Opener.  

Five things you didn’t know about Jays Care's 50/50 Raffle
The draw isn’t just for super fans

The Jays Care 50/50 raffle is for more than just seasoned supporters; it’s an opportunity for new participants to jump on board and join the cause. Throughout Super September, entrants can win a variety of diverse prizes including a year’s worth of groceries, thrilling weekend golf trips, several cash prizes and vacations to destinations like Hawaii, Disney World Orlando and Cancun. 

You choose how to join

The Jays Care 50/50 raffle allows you to pick how you’ll participate. Fans can purchase raffle tickets both online and in person at Rogers Centre. This way, whether they’re cheering from the bleachers, the living room or their local sports bar, fans from across the province have an equal chance to win. If you buy your ticket at the game and you win, you can pick up your prize in person. If you buy it online, you’ll be contacted about your prize.

Your money supports a good cause

At the end of the day, the Jays Care 50/50 raffle is the ultimate win-win. When you purchase a 50/50 ticket, not only will you have a chance to win a life-changing prize, but you’re also helping to impact the lives of youth in your community and across Ontario. Fifty percent of the price of each ticket sold goes directly towards Jays Care programming in communities across the province, including Girls at Bat, Challenger Baseball and Indigenous programming that use the power of sport to help kids overcome barriers and reach their full potential. So even if you’re not a winner, your participation in the Jays Care 50/50 raffle contributes greatly to a worthwhile cause.

The Super September 50/50 Mega Jackpot isn’t just a raffle; it’s an experience that combines the thrill of winning with the joy of giving back. As the anticipation mounts, make sure you’re part of this unmissable event. Whether you’re a baseball aficionado or simply someone who wants to make a difference, this year’s draw has something exceptional in store for you. Visit jayscare5050.com to learn more and buy your tickets today.

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