Monday October 9, 2023: Wally Tetarenko #138 – Card revealed: Queen of Hearts
Monday October 16, 2023: Jacey Christal #156 – Card revealed: Ace of Clubs
Monday October 23, 2023: Jeff Parker #330 – Card revealed: 10 of Hearts
Monday October 30, 2023: Darryl Skinner #510 – Card revealed: Jack of Clubs
Monday November 6, 2023: Tim Rystrom #728 – Card revealed: 3 of Spades
Monday November 13, 2023: Moira Kohlenberg #1030 – Card revealed: 8 of Clubs
Monday November 20, 2023: Gene Cormack #1185 – Card revealed: 10 of Clubs
Monday November 27, 2023: Curtis Baerwald #1837 – Card revealed: 3 of Hearts
Tickets may only be purchased within Saskatchewan, at the Sutherland Curling Club. Ticket purchasers must be at least 18 years of age or older.
Tickets will be sold individually as follows: 1 for $5.00 | 5 for $10.00 | 20 for $20.00
The total number of tickets available is 75,000 tickets.
There is no limit on the number of tickets an individual can purchase for a weekly draw. The tickets are only valid for that week’s draw.
Ticket sales for each week will be cut off at 4:00 p.m. every Monday, with the weekly draw to take place shortly thereafter at 4:30 p.m. on Monday evenings.
Ticket sales will commence on Monday, October 2, 2023, with the first Chase the Ace weekly winner to be selected on Monday, October 9, 2023 at 4:30 p.m.
The final potential draw date is Monday, March 18, 2024, if the Ace of Spades still needs to be drawn.
Each week 20% of the week’s gross revenue from ticket sales will be awarded to the weekly winning ticket holder. 30% of the gross revenue from the week’s ticket sales will automatically go to the progressive jackpot. The remaining 50% of the week’s ticket sales revenue becomes the licensee’s share, namely the Sutherland Curling Club.
The week’s winning ticket holder will automatically win the prize, equaling 20% of ticket sales gross revenue.
Ticket holders do not have to attend the draws to win or claim prizes.
Weekly draws will occur at the Sutherland Curling Club, 141 Jessop Ave. Saskatoon, Sk.
On draw night, the winning ticket number will be announced three times in fifteen minutes to those in attendance and displayed visually. If the winner has yet to be contacted after three attempts over fifteen minutes, the designated charity proxy in attendance will draw a card on their behalf. A phone call will then be made to the winner to advise them of the draw results.
At least three representatives of the Sutherland Curling Club will attend the draw. Either the purchaser or the charity-appointed proxy will be in attendance for the draw. If the winner is absent, the designated proxy, Dwayne Yachiw or Landon Field, will draw a card from the deck for the winner.
The winning ticket number will also be posted on a bulletin board in the lobby of the curling club following each weekly draw, along with the prize amount and the revealed card from the deck associated with the weekly winning ticket.
The weekly winning ticket holder will be paid by cheque.
Those directly involved in the management of the Chase the Ace will not be eligible to purchase tickets.
For the first game of the new Chase the Ace raffle, the progressive jackpot will be guaranteed with a minimum progressive jackpot of $100. Suppose the Ace of Spades is drawn on the first draw night of any subsequent game; in that case. In that case, the winner will receive 20% of that week’s gross ticket sales revenue as the weekly winner and 30% of that week’s gross ticket sales revenue as the Ace jackpot winner, thereby receiving 50% of that week’s gross ticket sales revenue.
The Chase the Ace game continues with the same deck of cards until the Ace of Spades is drawn. Once the Ace of Spades is drawn, the game is concluded. Upon conclusion of the game, if tickets are not sold out and license time remains, a new game will commence with a new deck of 52 cards. This new game will not have a seeded pot.
Chase the Ace ‘Play out Plan’: The term of this license is approved by the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority. If the Chase the Ace game has concluded at the time, the lottery incense expires. In this case, this would be what happens if the Ace of Spades has not been found on the last draw date of the license and not after the license has expired, the following playout plan will be followed on the last draw date:
A weekly winning ticket will be selected, and the weekly prize of 20% of the week’s gross ticket sales revenue will be awarded to the ticket holder.
If this winning ticket holder and the associated card drawn are also successful in selecting the Ace of Spades, that winning ticket holder will also be awarded the Ace jackpot, 30% of the gross ticket sales revenue, and the game will be concluded.
If the Ace was not revealed, a second winning ticket holder will not have the 20% weekly prize to win as it has already been awarded. If the second winning ticket holder and associated card number do not reveal the Ace of Spades, there is no prize awarded, and the draw continues in this manner until the Ace of Spades is revealed. The same ‘Play Out’ process will be followed if the licensee can sell all available tickets before the final draw night