2020 Airplane Raffle List

Every year I put together a list of airplane raffles, this year is no exception. Here are the raffles I can find for 2020. This list will be updated as new raffles are announced. I am not including sweepstakes type contests like AOPA just traditional raffles. Good luck!

 

Alaska Airmen – ’55 Cessna 180 – $60 – Drawing 8/15/20
American Flight Museum – ’76 Citabria – $50 – Drawing 6/1/20
American Flight Museum – ’73 Piper 180 – $55 – As of 8/24/20 – 2298 of 4500 tickets sold
Dakota Air Museum – ’46 J-3 Cub – $50 – Drawing 8/15/20
EAA Museum Raffle 2 – Erco Ercoupe 415-C – $100 – In person sales at Oshkosh 2020 only
ECOPA – ’67 Cessna 150H – $50 – Drawing 6/6/2020
Ernie Hall Museum – ’92 Aviat Husky – $50 – Sales Close 11/16/20
Puget Sound Flyers – Cessna 150 – $20 – Drawing 8/1/20 – Canceled
Ranger Airfield – ’46 Piper Cub – $50 – Drawing 10/3/20
Raffle 4 V.E.T.S. – ’72 Grumman AA1A -$50 – Drawing 12/31/20
Western Aeroplane Museum – ’46 Piper Cub J3C-65 – $100 – Drawing 7/4/20
Wings of Hope – ’74 Warrior – $75 – Sales start 4/1/20 @ 6am (CT)
Wings of Hope – ’69 Muskateer – $75 – Sales start 9/14/20 @ 6am (CT)
Wings of the North – ’72 Cessna 150 – $50 – Drawing 9/19/20

2020/2021
1940 Air Terminal Museum – ’58 Champion 7FC – $50 – Drawing 9/18/21
American Flight Museum – ’73 Piper PA-28-180  – $55 – Drawing 6/6/21
EAA Museum Raffle 1 – C&D Replica PA-18 – $100
Flying Wings of Louisiana – ’76 Cessna 150M – $50 – Drawing 6/19/21
Texas Barnstorming Museum – Vans RV-12 – $100 – Drawing 10/1/21

 

 

35 comments:

  1. Flying Wings of Louisiana is a Non-profit 501(c)(3) Organization now selling raffle tickets for a 1976 Cessna 150M. Second prize is an Apple iPad Mini Wi-Fi 64GB and third prize is a Go Pro Hero 8 Black 4K Video Camera. Please go to our website to purchase tickets http://www.flyingwingsoflouisiana.org. Thank you!

  2. Puget Sound canceled their raffle because they messed up with the legal piece for the raffle.

  3. Update for the American Flight Museum’s Airplane raffle.

    As of October 1st, 2020 3104 tickets have been sold!

    When they hit 4500…the will raffle the plane.

  4. American Flight Museum Update…from the email they just sent out.

    Piper Raffle Tickets are Sold Out!

    We have reached our goal of selling 4,500 raffle tickets before June 6th! Thanks to everyone who has participated and best of luck to each of you. We can’t wait to pick a winner for this beautiful Piper PA-180 and will announce a date for the live raffle as soon as we can.

  5. I would pull the no vet left behind. They scammed everyone and extended the raffle date the day of the drawing without notification to anyone. Only donate if your ok with fraud. I contacted them but haven’t heard back. Sketchy for sure. My guess because my last ticket was only 1900 they wanted more $$. Not even remotely ok. They blamed covid. I hope they treat vets better than their supporters.

    1. I agree that this is not right and it seems to violate the “Raffle Creator” terms of service where it states that “….The (raffle) Lifespan starts on an User specified date (“Launch Date”), and ceases on a User specified date (“Drawing Date”). Donations are accepted during the Lifespan. After the Drawing Date, Raffle Creator disables the ability to take donations on a Raffle Page”… this did not happen.

      Fortunately “No Vet Left Behind” was nice enough to provide a “contact us” page and would like to hear from us.
      https://vetsincusa.org/contact-us-2/

  6. Thanks so much for this List!!! (I was so mad AOPA recently awarded their RV-10 to an Airline Pilot of all people! [rigged? lol!] …So Im here to up my chances.)

    But I also wanted to offer my assistance in putting these great listings into a Spreadsheet for you. Its easier to read and sort for everyone. Just let me know. (And its not hard to do yourself, in Excel you just “Save As Webpage” and all the HTML you need is generated automatically.)

    Anyways Im here to help and thanks again!

  7. Thanks so much for this List!!! (I was so mad AOPA recently awarded their RV-10 to an Airline Pilot of all people! [rigged? lol!] …So Im here to up my chances.)

    But I also wanted to offer my assistance in putting these great listings into a Spreadsheet for you. Its easier to read and sort for everyone. Just let me know. (And its not hard to do yourself, in Excel you just “Save As Webpage” and all the HTML you need is generated automatically.)

    Anyways Im here to help and thanks again!

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