During the last Bills home game on September 20, fans bought a total of $97,676 in 50/50 raffle tickets – the highest total for a Bills game since the program started in 2013. Half of the money benefits the United Way and the other half was awarded to the raffle winner and University at Buffalo student Alexander Tuskes. To date, $472,653 has been raised for the United Way through the Buffalo Bills 50/50 raffle program.
For fans interested in participating in this week’s raffle, tickets will be sold by United Way volunteers wearing pink aprons inside all stadium gates from 11:30 a.m. to kickoff. Tickets can also be purchased from roaming sellers on concourse levels and all clubs and suites. Tickets are also available at kiosks at the following locations: inside gate five, section 124 (across from the Coors Light Sports Bar), section 309, section 331 and inside the Jim Kelly, Van Miller and Paul Maguire clubs. Tickets are sold until the end of the third quarter and you must be 18 years or older to purchase a ticket. The winner does not have to be present to win and the winning number will be posted at www.buffalobills.com/5050.
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