Frequently Asked Questions

Frequenty Asked Questions

How many Corvette Charity Lottery tickets am I allowed to purchase?

You are free to buy as many Corvette Lottery tickets as remain available but remember, only 2,500 tickets are available in this lottery! Sales are on a first-come, first-serve basis. Purchase your tickets now to avoid disappointment!

Who is eligible to purchase a Corvette Ticket?

Ticket purchasers must be physically present in the province of Ontario at the time of ticket purchase. Further, purchasers must be at least 18 years of age at the time of their purchase. Tickets cannot be purchased in the name of persons under the age of 18 years. For more information, please refer to our Rules and Regulations page.

What are the odds at winning the Corvette?

The total number of tickets available in this lottery is limited at 2,500. The actual odds of winning depends on the total number of tickets actually sold and the number of tickets you purchase. However, assuming all 2,500 tickets are sold, if you purchase one ticket, your odds are 1 in 2,500.  If you purchase two tickets, your odds double to 1 in 1,250. Those are tremendously good odds, especially for a grand prize payout of over $78,000. Someone IS going to win the 2019 Corvette main prize. It might as well be you! You'll be hard pressed to find another lottery in Ontario with these odds with such a great payout. Don’t wait! Purchase your tickets now! We will sell out!

What prizes are available and when are the draws?

Main Draw: The Main draw prize is a 2019 Corvette Stingray Coupe valued at $78,878.99 Canadian. The Main draw occurs at 2:00pm on Saturday November 2, 2019 at the Wasaga Beach RecPlex, located at 1724 Mosley St. in Wasaga Beach, Ontario.

Early-Bird Draw: The Early-Bird draw prize is $1,000 (CAD) cash. The Early-Bird draw occurs at 6:00pm on Wednesday, August 7, 2019 in the Home Hardware parking lot located at 1955 Mosley St., in Wasaga Beach, Ontario.

How is the Corvette Lottery licensed and regulated?

This Corvette Lottery is regulated and licensed by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO). The lottery licence number is 10890.

Will I get unconditional ownership if I win the Corvette?

Yes. The Corvette (main draw prize) is awarded on an unconditional ownership basis and includes all taxes, freight charges, pre-delivery inspection (PDI) costs and dealer fees. The winner of the Corvette must take delivery of vehicle as awarded and is responsible for licensing and insurance from the time of delivery/ownership. Delivery of the vehicle is P.O.D., Collingwood, Ontario.

Can I take cash in lieu of the Corvette if I win the main draw?

No. This is not possible. If you are the winner of the Corvette you must take ownership of the vehicle. Of course, after the Corvette is yours, you can do with it whatever you wish. Previous winners have had no problem selling their vehicle to a Corvette enthusiast or car dealership at a good price after they took possession of the car.

At which events will Corvette Lottery tickets sold?

Tickets are available online only. To purchase a ticket go to

Additionally, tickets can be purchased online at our sales kiosks at these special events:

  • Collingwood Elvis Festival July 26 – 28
  • Kempenfest (Barrie, ON) August 2 – 5
  • Taste of the Danforth (Toronto, ON) August 9 – 11

Which Ontario charities will benefit from this Corvette Lottery?

The Rotary Club of Wasaga Beach’s Corvette Lottery is licensed by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO). Terms of the licence require the proceeds to be directed to registered charitable organizations in Ontario. Click here to view the list of charities

What is the Rotary Club of Wasaga Beach?

The Rotary Club of Wasaga Beach is a community based service club that is part of a global network of 1.2 million neighbours, friends, leaders and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change for the better, around the globe, in our communities and in themselves. To learn more about the Club, visit To learn more about the good work of Rotary, go to