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Match Day Raffles

TITANS 50-50 CHARITY RAFFLE - Presented by MyPayNow

The 50-50 Charity Raffle is a not-for-profit fundraising product operated by the 50-50 Foundation. It's our aim to raise significant funds for charities and good causes by partnering with sporting clubs and teams, event owners and charity partners to host fundraising raffles.

50 percent of the prize pool raised at each fundraising raffle goes to one lucky ticket holder who is drawn at random during the event. The remaining 50 percent (minus admin fees) goes directly towards charitable purposes.

How It Works:

Sporting clubs, teams and charity partners can raise funds quickly by hosting a 50-50 Charity Raffle at an event. Tickets can be purchased online and are also sold directly to patrons by roaming volunteers equipped with hand-held electronic devices. The total pool of funds collected from ticket sales is split 50-50.

Attending a Gold Coast Titans Home Game? 

Look for the 50-50 Charity Raffle sellers located around the stadium. Keep your eye on the big screen to watch as the cash prize grows. The more tickets you purchase, the more chances you have to win.

Can't get to a Gold Coast Titans Home Game? 

Don't stress, you can still enter the draw to win the cash prize! Head to to be in the draw. 


Raising funds for the Lions Club of Robina and Titans Together. 

How to play:

  • Purchase a Titans Doubles Ticket before kick off of the NRL match – tickets will not be sold after the start of the NRL match
  • Patrons can purchase more than one Doubles Ticket
  • There are 2 Doubles Ticket options to purchase:
  • A $2 Doubles Ticket gives the chance of winning $200
  • A $5 Doubles Ticket gives the chance of winning $500
  • Lift the flap on the Doubles Ticket to reveal the two numbers ranging from 1 to 13
  • The number printed underneath HOMESIDE represents the first TRY SCORER for the Titans
  • The number printed underneath OPPOSITION represents the first TRY SCORER for the opposition
  • If both of the first try scorers of the NRL match are the same as what is printed on the Doubles Ticket – it is a winning ticket!
  • Winning Doubles Ticket holders can register for their prize at GATE B or beside the merchandise store at GATE C/D at half time or full time of the NRL game
  • If winning Doubles Ticket holders are unable to register for their prize on game day they need to contact the Titans office on 07 5656 5650 within two business days to arrange payment
  • Winning Doubles Ticket holders will receive payment within 7 business days
  • Titans Doubles Tickets are only valid for the NRL match on the day the ticket is purchased

Please note:

  • If a team does not score a try during the match, the winning number for that team automatically becomes number 9
  • If the number of the first try scorer for a team is NOT a number ranging from 1 to 13, the winning number will be that of the player that was replaced. All player replacements are confirmed with the NRL Ground Manager.
    - E.g., If number 14 replaces number 10 on the field and then scores the first try for their team, then the winning number for that team will be number 10.
  • Winning numbers are always based on the number on the players jersey, NOT the position the player is playing at the time of scoring
    - E.g., If number 16 starts the game in replace of number 7, he will be number 7 regardless of the position he plays throughout the game.


RND.1 Titans v Dragons 2 1
RND.4 Titans v Dolphins 13 5
RND.7 Titans v Sea Eagles    
RND.9 Titans v Storm    
RND.10 Titans v Cowboys    
RND.14 Titans v Rabbitohs    
RND.16 Titans v Warriors    
RND.19 Titans v Eels     
RND.22 Titans v Broncos    
RND.23 Titans v Sharks    
RND.25 Titans v Roosters    

All enquiries regarding the Titans 50-50 Charity Raffle and Titans Macth Day Doubles, please email -

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.