1. Home
  2. Buffalo Bills VS. Jacksonville Jaguars Raffle!
Buffalo Bills VS. Jacksonville Jaguars Raffle! logo
Grab your chance for you and 3 of your friends to see the Buffalo Bills take on the Jacksonville Jaguars down in sunny Jacksonville Florida this November!

Tickets are $25 per chance OR $100 for FIVE chances to win!

The game takes place on Sunday, November 7th at 1pm at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida.  

Grab your chance today and help support our amazing Variety Kids!

The winner will be chosen on Monday, October 4th at 6pm via Facebook Live.   

The winner will receive four (4) tickets to see the Jacksonville Jaguars VS. Buffalo Bills in Section 233, in row M.

Good Luck and thank you for your continued support.  Oh, and GO BILLS!

This does NOT include airfare or hotel accommodations, that is the sole responsibility of the winner.  Winner must be 21.  No cash option.  Tickets are non-transferable.

For the official rules please visit varietybuffalo.org!
Variety the Children´s Charity of Buffalo and Western New York logo
In Support of Variety the Children´s Charity of Buffalo and Western New York
Variety - the Children's Charity of Buffalo and Western New York supports children in our region who are facing illness, disability, or disadvantage with a range of programs from life-saving medical interventions to enrichment programs in sports and the arts. Our flagship event is our annual Variety Kids Telethon, one of the nation's longest-running, locally-produced telethons. Funds from the Telethon go to the Variety Tent #7 Robert Warner Rehabilitation Center and the Oishei Children's Hospital, as well as over a dozen local children's organizations in Western New York every year.

Our mission is to transform, uplift and enrich the lives of children facing illness, disability or disadvantage in Western New York.
Our vision is to be the most trusted and effective children's charity in Western New York. 
Our promise is to be a faithful steward of public funds and a compassionate advocate for the most vulnerable children in our region.