Raffle tickets for the “Ralph” raffle are going on sale at Brown PaperTickets.com today.
The website will give away $1,000,000 worth of tickets, which can be redeemed through August 28, 2016.
The winning tickets will go on sale for purchase to the public on the site tomorrow.
Tickets for the raffle can be purchased online using credit cards and/or PayPal, or by phone at 1-888-Ralph.
The winners will be announced on Friday.
“The Brown Paper tickets program is a unique opportunity to get you involved in the upcoming race,” said Jason Stolz, the founder and CEO of Brown Paper.
“Brown Paper Tickets has a huge network of more than 100,000 fans and over 12 million Raffle Tickets sold in 2015.”
“Brown Paper” was originally created in the early 2000s to help the U.S. government and military fund operations in Afghanistan.
It is one of the most popular raffle ticket programs around the world, with over 3 million raffle sales.
On the website, fans can enter a raffle using their Facebook or Twitter account to select which raffle they want to win.
Then, they are asked to choose the winner of a $1 million prize.
Brown Paper is offering the tickets in a variety of denominations and sizes.
There are 25,000 tickets in the “Slim” price range and a 50,000 ticket in the $10,000 to $100,000 price range.
There are also 25,500 tickets in “Crispy” and a $20,000-to-$100,00 ticket in “Spicy.”
Raffle tickets can be bought at any of Brown’s more than 250 retail locations, including Macy’s, Kohl’s, Macy’s department stores, and Walmart.
Ralph and Ralph’s Halloween Spooktacular was the largest single-day sale in the company’s history.
From January through October, Brown Paper sold more than 50 million tickets, with the sale of Halloween Spooks the most-sold raffle in the country.
“There are a lot of exciting things happening in the world right now,” Stolzy said.
“We are thrilled to be bringing you this opportunity to enter this raffle.”
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