Terms and Conditions
GAELIC PARK HOUSE RAFFLE 2023/2024 TERMS & CONDITIONS
Thank you for supporting the Gaelic Park House Raffle (the “Raffle”), conducted by Chicago Gaelic Park (“Gaelic Park” or “Sponsor”). Your purchase of one or more raffle ticket(s) signifies your full and unconditional agreement to the following Terms & Conditions. In the event of a dispute, a reasonable determination by Gaelic Park regarding the application of these Terms & Conditions is final and binding.
Void Where Prohibited by Law
Subject to all applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and ordinances.
Chicago Gaelic Park, 6119 W. 147th Street, Oak Forest, Illinois 60452
- Tickets may be reserved on chicagogaelicpark.com/product/gaelic-park-house-raffle/
- Tickets may be reserved for $100 each.
- A ticket represents a chance to win the opportunity to accept an offer of the stated prize. All sales of tickets are final, and no refunds will be paid.
- The IRS has ruled that a payment for a raffle ticket is a tax-deductible charitable contribution only to the extent the payment amount exceeds the ticket price.
- Division of a prize by a group purchasing a ticket shall be the sole responsibility of the person named on that ticket, should that ticket be selected as a winner.
The winner may elect to accept ownership of the Mount Greenwood House (10428 S. Sawyer Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60655) OR a cash prize of $450,000.00. Any required tax withholding amounts will be withheld by Sponsor from the total prize amount.
The winning ticket will be selected by a random drawing on March 24, 2024. The date of the raffle drawing is subject to all laws, regulations and Acts of God that would render it illegal, unreasonable or impractical. Ticket purchasers need not be present to win.
- The odds of winning a prize depend on the number of valid raffle tickets sold. The chances of winning are based on the number of tickets sold.
- ANY POTENTIAL WINNER SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION BY SPONSOR,
- All federal/state/local income taxes are the sole responsibility of the winner.
- If the Mount Greenwood House is the chosen prize, the winner also assumes all fees and financing costs (including, but not limited to, closing costs, title insurance, and transfer tax and fees) which must be paid when the house is transferred to the winner.
- The winner of the Gaelic Park House Raffle agrees that the value of the property reported by Sponsor for income tax and other purposes will be based on the written appraisal obtained by Sponsor from a licensed appraiser. Sponsor does not guarantee that a winner who receives a house will be able to sell it for the appraisal value or that the Internal Revenue Service will use that value in its tax calculations.
Release and Limitation of Liability
Each winner hereby releases and holds Sponsor harmless with respect to any claims related to the Raffle. A raffle entrant’s sole and exclusive remedy for any breach of duty or conduct related to the Raffle shall be limited to the return of the purchase price paid for his or her raffle tickets. In no event shall Sponsor be liable to any person for any loss or injuries to earnings, profits or goodwill, or for any incidental, special, punitive or, consequential, or other damages of any person or entity whether arising in contract, tort or otherwise, arising out of the Raffle, use or ownership of the prizes.
If, for any reason, the Raffle is subjected to infection by computer virus or bugs, tampering, unauthorized intervention, fraud or suspected fraud, technical failures, or any other causes which call into question the fairness or legality of this Raffle, Sponsor may, in its sole discretion, void any suspect entries and (a) cancel or terminate the Raffle (or any portion thereof); (b) modify the Raffle or suspend the Raffle and then resume the Raffle in a manner that best conforms to the spirit of these Official Rules; and/or (c) award the prize from among the eligible, non-suspect entries received up to the time of impairment, and all eligible entries received.
Governing Law, Severability
The Raffle and these Official Rules shall be subject to and governed by the laws of the State of Illinois. If a court of competent jurisdiction finds any term, condition, or provision of these Official Rules, or their application to a particular persons or circumstances, is invalid, unlawful or unenforceable to any extent, then such term, condition or provision shall be deemed to be restated to reflect as nearly as possible the original intentions of the Official Rules in accordance with applicable law and the remainder of these Official Rules, and the application of all of these Official Rules to other persons or circumstances, shall not be affected by such determination, and shall remain enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law.