The potential winner will be contacted by the Chicago Cubs.
Ring Raffle FAQ:
Is this ring the same as the one the players received?
Yes, this is the only opportunity for a fan to own a player-grade World Series Ring. The ring is made from 14-karat white gold. Its top features the traditional Cubs bullseye logo masterfully crafted from 33 custom-cut genuine red rubies surrounded by 72 round white diamonds, all within a circular perimeter made up of 46 custom-cut, genuine blue sapphires. The bezel is surrounded by 108 round, white diamonds lifting the Cubs logo to victory and signifying the end of a historic 108-year championship drought. Overall, the ring contains 214 diamonds at 5.5 carats, 3 karats of genuine red rubies and 2.5 karats of genuine sapphires.
How can I purchase tickets?
Fans with a valid proof of residence in Chicago city limits (must provide a Chicago zip code) can purchase a Cubs Charities World Series Ring Raffle ticket(s) online at www.cubs.com/ringraffle. Fans who do not live in Chicago city limits can purchase tickets in person at designated official Ring Raffle locations within Chicago. For the full list of locations, please visit the website at www.cubs.com/ringraffle.
Do I need to have a Cubs game ticket to purchase a Cubs Charities World Series Ring Raffle ticket?
Fans looking to purchase Ring Raffle tickets outside of Wrigley Field will not need a Cubs game ticket to do so. Cubs Charities World Series Ring Raffle tickets will be available at the Cubs Store locations on Michigan Avenue and the Park at Wrigley.
Cubs Charities World Series Ring Raffle tickets can be purchased at Wrigley Field on gamedays near Fan Services in the Budweiser Bleachers and by the Audi Club near Gate D. A Cubs game ticket is required to enter Wrigley Field.
Cubs fans who live within Chicago's city limits can buy a Ring Raffle ticket at the locations listed above or online at www.cubs.com/ringraffle.
When does the Cubs Charities World Series Ring Raffle end?
The Ring Raffle will close Monday, September 4 at 10 a.m. CDT.
Why is this Cubs Charities World Series Ring Raffle only available for Chicago residents online?
In accordance with state and local law, Ring Raffle tickets are only available in Chicago. In an effort to ensure more fans get an opportunity to participate in this one-of-a-kind raffle, Cubs Charities has placed Cubs Charities World Series Ring Raffle Kiosks powered by Motorola, utilizing Lenovo tablets, at locations in Wrigleyville and downtown Chicago.
Cubs Charities World Series Ring Raffle tickets can be purchased at Wrigley Field on gamedays near Fan Services in the Budweiser Bleachers and by the Audi Club near Gate D, or at the Cubs Store locations on Michigan Avenue and the Park at Wrigley.
Who can win?
In accordance with state and local law, the winning ticket holder must be 18 years or older. To claim the prize, the winner must have a valid proof of residency in Chicago, or must have purchased the ticket at an official Ring Raffle location in person within Chicago.
When can I buy a ticket?
The Ring Raffle will launch Friday, July 7, at 10 a.m. CDT, and will close Monday, September 4, at 10 a.m. CDT.
What if I misplace my digital Ring Raffle ticket?
The winning number must be presented in order to claim the prize. Please review the Ring Raffle rules at www.cubs.com/ringraffle.
Who can I contact with more questions?
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Fan Services at 1-800-THE-CUBS.
Will I have to pay taxes on the ring?
Yes. Please review specific Ring Raffle rules.
When will the winning number be drawn?
The winning Cubs Charities World Series Ring Raffle number will be announced Tuesday, September 5, 2017, on www.cubs.com/ringraffle. The owner of the winning entry will have until 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 to claim his/her prize or will forfeit the prize.
Where does my money go?
Proceeds from the Cubs Charities World Series Ring Raffle will benefit Cubs Charities.
Cubs Charities harnesses the passion of Cubs fans to improve the lives of children and families across Chicago and beyond. The mission is to provide increased access to sports opportunities and target improvements in health, fitness and education for those at risk.