RSPB raffle

Join the RSPB raffle and be in with a chance of winning up to £10,000. Entries start from just £1, with all profits going towards the RSPB’s work to save nature.

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Want to be in with a chance of winning £10,000?

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All you need to do is enter our quarterly raffle!
Even if you don’t take home the top prize, there’s still £2,000 up for grabs and over 50 other cash prizes to be won. Sound good? Tickets start from just £1, so what are you waiting for? Our Spring 2024 Raffle is now open! Visit the page via the link below to find out more - and maybe you'll be leaping into spring with a cash prize!

How does the RSPB raffle work, and what could I win?

You can take part in the RSPB’s raffle for as little as £1, and it’s easy to enter. Just click on the link below and fill in your details, but make sure you read the terms and conditions first!   

You could win a first prize of £10,000, a second prize of £2,000, a third prize of £500 or 50 runners-up prizes of £50.  

The RSPB Quarterly Raffle is produced by RSPB Sales Limited and 100 per cent of profits go towards funding the RSPB’s work. 

You have to be 18 or older to play.  


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What happens to your £1?

The donations that we receive through the RSPB raffle are all pooled together and go towards our work protecting threatened wildlife and wild places. 

Wildlife like Puffins, Gannets and Roseate Terns, which have all been under threat from the combined challenges of climate change and the devastating impacts of Avian Influenza. The RSPB’s Coquette Island reserve hosts the largest colony of Roseate Terns in the UK, and here, we’re helping these rare birds to raise their chicks in safety. 

We’re working with the UK’s governments, and on the ground at sites like Hope Farm, to protect farmland birds and wildlife. The populations of birds like Curlews, Corncrakes and Turtle Doves have all been plummeting, but we’re investigating the causes, and joining forces with farmers to find solutions.  

We’re also protecting rare habitats, like the temperate rainforests found in the west of Scotland and Wales. These precious woodlands hold an incredible diversity of wildlife, but they’re at risk from invasive species and climate change. Through RSPB nature reserves like Glencripesdale, and through partnership projects, we’re working to save these special places.  

Are you in for a wildlife win-win?

Entering the RSPB raffle gives you a chance at £10,000 and gives us a donation to support our vital work. 


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RSPB Spring Raffle 2024 Rules

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