Catch The Ace
How it Works & the Rules
What is Catch the Ace?
A “Catch the Ace” progressive (accumulating jackpot) raffle lottery is a multiple draw game in which participants purchase tickets for a chance to win:
- A percentage of the proceeds from the sale of tickets from one draw and;
- The draw winner also gets a chance to win a progressive (cumulative) jackpot by selecting from the remaining numbered envelopes available. There are a total of 52 envelopes, each with 1 card from a standard deck of 52 playing cards. If the numbered envelope selected contains the Ace of Spades, in addition to winning a percentage of the proceeds from the draw, the person will win the progressive jackpot.
If the card selected is not the Ace of Spades, the selected card is removed from the deck and the progressive prize portion of the ticket sales for that draw is rolled over into the progressive jackpot for the next scheduled draw.
The licensee conducts the scheduled events until the Ace of Spades has been selected and the progressive jackpot has been awarded.
Tickets are valid only for the draw they are purchased for. Once the draw is complete, the non-winning tickets are removed from the draw container and a new series of tickets will be sold for the next draw.
20% of event ticket sales awarded to the bearer of the winning ticket at each draw.
30% of event ticket sales allocated to the progressive jackpot.
50% of event ticket sales will go to benefit the Saugeen Memorial Hospital CT Scanner Campaign.
Rules of Play
Participants must be 18 years of age or older to purchase tickets. Any minor purchasing tickets will be disqualified from participating in the draw or winning. Photo ID may be requested for Proof of Age.
Tickets also cannot be purchased in a minor’s name or on their behalf.
Regardless of your home address, participants must be physically in the province of Ontario at the time of purchase.
A new Ticket or tickets must be purchased each week to qualify for that week’s draw.
Two-part numbered tickets will be sold at a cost of $5.00 per ticket, one part is the ticket with the purchaser’s information to be utilized for the current week’s draw and the second part is the ticket stub kept by the purchaser.
Each purchaser is responsible for checking their purchased ticket(s) at the time of purchase to ensure tickets have been properly separated, numbers and names are printed and that they have chosen an available envelope number. Tickets must not be folded and if they are, they will be disqualified.
The name of a real person must appear on all tickets.
The licensee reserves the right to limit the number of tickets sold to an anyone per weekly draw.
Tickets will be valid only for the weekly draw that they were purchased for.
The available/remaining envelope numbers will be prominently displayed everywhere tickets are available.
The name on the ticket will be deemed the Ticket Holder. Any / All prizes will be awarded to the Ticket Holder.
The Draw will be held weekly every Thursday morning at the Saugeen Memorial Hospital. The winning name, amount won & card picked will be published on our facebook page and on this website.
The purchaser DOES NOT need to be present at the draw to win.
LICENCE # RAF1242083 • Licensee – Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation
Must be 18+ to purchase. The Ontario Gambling Helpline: 1-888-230-3505