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Riders 50/50 Raffle



New to RoughRiders games in 2018, Riders 50/50 Raffle is another way the team is doing its part to be an active member of the local community. During each home game this season, fans can buy 50/50 raffle tickets, with half the jackpot going to one lucky fan and the other half supporting local non-profit organizations in conjunction with the RoughRiders Foundation.

Fans can purchase 3 tickets for $5, 15 tickets for $10 or 100 tickets for $20.

For complete rules of Riders 50/50, CLICK HERE.

For further information, contact

See below for recent winners. Fans have 10 calendar days from the day the ticket was purchased to claim their prize.





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August 31





15th Anniversary Community Partners receive funds from Monday and Tuesday 50/50 raffles:

  • Make-A-Wish - North Texas (April 9)
  • Special Olympics benefiting Frisco Flyers (April 10)
  • North Texas Red Cross (May 1)
  • The Miracle League of Frisco (May 7)
  • North Texas Food Bank (May 29)
  • Operation Kindness (June 11)
  • Children's Health - Children's Medical Center Foundation (July 2)
  • Disabled American Veterans - Department of Texas (July 3)
  • United Way of Metropolitan Dallas (July 23)
  • SPCA of Texas - Animals (July 24)
  • Collin County Homeless Coalition (August 14)
  • American Heart Association (August 27)
  • Boys and Girls Club of Collin County (August 28)


Funds from the other Riders 50/50 Raffles will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Collin County bus fund. The RoughRiders Foundation is working with the Boys and Girls Club of Collin County to secures two 72-seat passengers buses.

Boys and Girls Club of Collin County CEO and former Frisco Mayor Mike Simpson: "The Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County serves 3,133 students and has the potential to serve hundreds more but must have additional buses to meet this need. We currently serve about 2.2 percent of the students in the school districts with whom we partner in Frisco, McKinney and Plano. To serve a greater number of students who want to be in our clubs, we must add new buses and replace older ones."

For additional info visit: The Boys and Girls Club of Collin County.