Templates To Create Professional NUMBERED Raffle Tickets

Your fundraising team will love you! You can make NUMBERED raffle tickets yourself and print them at home using this template and step-by-step instructions.

How do I create numbered raffle tickets in Word? Here’s the short answer:

  1. Create your ticket layout in Word using the template below
  2. Make a list of numbers in Excel
  3. Back in Word, use MailMerge to pull the numbers into your ticket template
  4. Secret step: use the <<NextRecord>> tag to get a different number on each ticket
  5. Run your merge and print out your tickets

See links below for detailed instructions for Word and Publisher.

Here are the templates:

Raffle Ticket Template for Word (A4 paper)

Raffle Ticket Template for Word (US Letter paper)

Online Template (doesn't need Word, and works for A4 or US Letter)


Here are the detailed instructions:

Instructions for printing raffle tickets with Word 2016 (Mac and PC)

Instructions for printing raffle tickets with older versions of Word for Mac

Instructions for printing raffle tickets with older versions of Word for PC

Instructions for printing raffle tickets with Publisher

Allow a couple of hours of fiddling around to get your tickets ready.

Or, do it in a few minutes using this simple online tool, which I built to make it easier for people to print numbered raffle tickets from their own computer:



 http://app.raffleticketcreator.com




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  2. Was very easy to use and the tickets looked great. Unfortunately, when I went to print them, there is a fee. I am doing this for a non-profit group and I personally do not have the funds to do this. Maybe something before we get to the print page would make for a lot less frustration which generated negative feedback. The tickets look great otherwise and was very easy to do.

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  3. Was very easy to use and the tickets looked great. Unfortunately, when I went to print them, there is a fee. I am doing this for a non-profit group and I personally do not have the funds to do this. Maybe something before we get to the print page would make for a lot less frustration which generated negative feedback. The tickets look great otherwise and was very easy to do.

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  5. I went to pay last week the tickets were .06 each which is fine, but the website would not take payment. Some error, today price went up to .10 again, ok, but payment wont work again. So frustrating.

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  6. I went to pay last week the tickets were .06 each which is fine, but the website would not take payment. Some error, today price went up to .10 again, ok, but payment wont work again. So frustrating.

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  8. Hi,

    When I Merge and Finish only page one is numbered, Unsure what I am doing wrong, any help appreciated

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