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How many would buy a $20 ticket for a Kolar combo?

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  1. spritc

    spritc Active Member

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    Our trap club has a large New years Day shoot where we raffle off several shotguns and/or rifles. One of our members wants to sell his slightly used Kolar Max combo so I asked him if he would allow us to raffle it off and the club would keep the proceeds over and above his special price to the club.

    My questions is this: How many of you would buy a ticket for $20 if there are only 1,000 tickets available? (or) How many of you would buy a ticket for $10 if there are only 2,000 tickets available?

    Your answers would be greatly appreciated and can be short, either $10 or $20. If we decide to hold this raffle, TS.comers will be able to buy as many tickets as they want. So odds will be 1 in 1,000 or 1 in 2,000 it is your choice.

    Thank you,

    Steve
     
  2. pj 999

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    keep it simple and you can count me in. Paul
     
  3. short shucker

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    You may want to add an addmenment that if a suitable number of tickets aren't sold, that a cash prize will be awarded.

    ss
     
  4. KEYBEAR

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    Not a bad idea but you need to sell all the tickets before the raffel . You can,t set a date and then be way short on selling the tickets .

    Also you need people selling tickets so that all are sold in a timely manner .

    I would state in your flyer raffel after all tickets are sold
     
  5. jbmi

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    $10 is fine, you may get more people involved and anybody who'd pay $20 now can get two chances.
    I buy one(s) either way.
     
  6. Clayshooter08

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    Either way I'm in...
     
  7. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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    I am in 10 or 20
     
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    How about 2 for $10? I am in.
     
  9. JRW

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    10 or 20 I will buy 1 or 3 Jerry
     
  10. spritc

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    Come on lurkers, we need your opinions.

    Thanks,

    Steve
     
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    I am in. wade
     
  12. bling 27

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    I'll buy one. Wayne
     
  13. spritc

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    Our trap club has a large New years Day shoot where we raffle off several shotguns and/or rifles. One of our members wants to sell his slightly used Kolar Max combo so I asked him if he would allow us to raffle it off and the club would keep the proceeds over and above his special price to the club.

    My questions is this: How many of you would buy a ticket for $20 if there are only 1,000 tickets available? (or) How many of you would buy a ticket for $10 if there are only 2,000 tickets available?

    Your answers would be greatly appreciated and can be short, either $10 or $20. If we decide to hold this raffle, TS.comers will be able to buy as many tickets as they want. So odds will be 1 in 1,000 or 1 in 2,000 it is your choice.

    Thank you,

    Steve
     
  14. pj 999

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    keep it simple and you can count me in. Paul
     
  15. short shucker

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    You may want to add an addmenment that if a suitable number of tickets aren't sold, that a cash prize will be awarded.

    ss
     
  16. KEYBEAR

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    Not a bad idea but you need to sell all the tickets before the raffel . You can,t set a date and then be way short on selling the tickets .

    Also you need people selling tickets so that all are sold in a timely manner .

    I would state in your flyer raffel after all tickets are sold
     
  17. jbmi

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    $10 is fine, you may get more people involved and anybody who'd pay $20 now can get two chances.
    I buy one(s) either way.
     
  18. Clayshooter08

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    Either way I'm in...
     
  19. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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  20. acre44

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    How about 2 for $10? I am in.
     
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