Guide Dogs Raffle Tickets

Dream big with top prizes!

Guide Dogs Christmas Raffle 2023

Play the Christmas Raffle today for your chance to win one of 54 cash prizes worth over £19,000. Just imagine what you could treat yourself to if you were the lucky winner of the top prize of £15,000!

Entries cost just £1 each and you can now enter the raffle online! Play the raffle today to help support people living with sight loss while also being in with a chance to win some amazing cash prizes.

How to play online

  1. Click on the 'Play now' button and input how many entries you would like to buy (entries cost £1 each) up to a maximum of 100.
  2. Let us know if you would like to make an additional donation.
  3. Complete your name, address, and payment details.
  4. Now the exciting wait to see whether you're a lucky winner begins!  Mark your diary - the draw will take place on 5 January 2024 and the prizes announced on 12 January 2024. 

Play the Christmas Raffle

Christmas Raffle Prizes

  • 1st prize - £15,000
  • 2nd prize – £2,000
  • 3rd prize - £500
  • 4th prize - £200

Runner's up prizes

5 x £100, 5 x £50, 40 x £20

Absolutely thrilled to win, unbelievable! I support Guide Dogs whenever I can and have a real appreciation for the dogs' work.
Mrs Poutain, Christmas Raffle 1st prize winner 2021

To request more paper tickets for the Christmas Raffle please call us on 0800 652 4746. The closing date for the Christmas Raffle is Wednesday 20 December 2023 and the winners will be drawn on Friday 5 January 2024.  

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How your raffle entry could make a difference

  • £11 could feed a guide dog for around two weeks
  • £22 could go towards buying a white harness, the iconic symbol of a qualified guide dog
  • £33 could support a working guide dog partnership for almost a week

Frequently asked questions


It is against the law for tickets to be purchased or sold by anyone under the age of 18. This raffle is only open to residents of England, Wales and Scotland. Registered with the Gambling Commission under the Gambling Act 2005. Gaming licence holders: Hannah Wallis and Emma Foulds. Please gamble responsibly. If you think you may have a gambling problem, find advice and support here.

The Guide Dogs For The Blind Association is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under licensee account number 4946.

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Find out the latest results of the Guide Dogs raffle here. Congratulations to all the winners!

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