Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Miami Dolphins Foundation 50/50 Raffle?

The gross proceeds of 50/50 tickets sold at each game go into a prize pool – 50% is awarded to the winner of a random draw which occurs at the beginning of the 4th quarter of the game and the remaining 50% is donated to the Miami Dolphins Foundation and their initiatives within the South Florida community. Every ticket transaction is electronically recorded and updated on the mobile devices, 50/50 website and kiosk screens around the stadium so that fans can see the funds raised in real time.


Where can I buy Miami Dolphins 50/50 Raffle tickets?

50/50 Raffle tickets can be purchased online at or at Kiosk locations within the stadium (Due to pandemic, raffle will be digital as of 9.1.20.)


Do I have to purchase tickets to participate in the Raffle?

No contribution or purchase is necessary to enter or win. You can obtain a ticket from a 5050 representative at the stadium, go to the Rules page and click the link “Free Ticket” or email for entry.


How do I know my raffle numbers?

You will receive a confirmation via upon obtaining a ticket. If you do not receive your ticket, please reach out to 


When is the winning ticket number announced?

The winning number is announced at the beginning of the 4th quarter.


Do I need to be present to win?

No, fans do not need to be present to win. Winners have 7 days after the winning ticket has been pulled to claim their prize.


If I have the winning ticket, how do I claim the prize?

To claim the jackpot prize, a winner must contact a 5050 representative at and provide proof of their winning ticket during the claim period (7 days after Raffle is drawn).


Who can purchase tickets?

Anyone that is 18 years or older is eligible to participate in the Dolphins 5050 Raffle.


Where can I find the winning number?

The winning number will be displayed on following the closing of the Raffle.


Are my winnings taxed?

The Miami Dolphins Foundation is required by law to withhold and remit to the Internal Revenue Service on the Winner’s behalf an amount equal to twenty-five percent (25%) of the Grand Prize. If the Grand Prize is greater than Four Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety-Nine Dollars ($4,999) and if the Winner is a citizen or resident alien of the United States with a Social Security Number (different rules as promulgated by the Internal Revenue Service apply for nonresident aliens and for resident aliens and citizens of the United States who do not have a Social Security number).


What is the mission of the Miami Dolphins Foundation?

The Miami Dolphins Foundation is committed to leveraging the power of sports and entertainment to inspire a healthier, more educated and united South Florida community.