Grand in Your Hand2011/12 Grand in Your Hand results:
Grand in your hand is SAFC Foundation's matchday lottery which gives fans the chance to leave the Stadium of Light with a cheque for £1,000.
Tickets are available from licensed sellers on the concourses at every home game at the Stadium of Light for just £1 each before kick-off.
The winning ticket is drawn during half-time at each match with the winning ticket number appearing on screens around the Stadium of Light, in the matchday programme and on the SAFC Foundation website.
Sponsorship opportunities available
Sponsorship is currently available for SAFC Foundation's Grand in your Hand lottery offering great exposure across a variety of media including this website for your company for a very competitive price. You could even have a voucher offer printed on the back of every lottery ticket!
To find out more about this sponsorship opportunity and others contact Lynsey Thompson on 0191 5515311.
Sat 20th Newcastle United - 0884
Sat 10th Chelsea - 3100
Sun 18th Stoke City - 3894
Sat 1st West Bromwich Albion - 1659
Sat 29th Aston Villa - 3199
Sat 19th: Fulham - 2495
Sat 26th: Wigan Athletic - 4205
Sun 11th: Blackburn Rovers - 2165
Mon 26th: Everton - 0062
Sunday 1st: Manchester City - 0410
Saturday 21st: Swansea City - 3755
Sunday 29th: Middlesbrough FAC - 2810
Wednesday 1st: Norwich City - 2798
Saturday 11th: Arsenal - 3869
Saturday 18th: Arsenal FAC - 1353
Saturday 10th: Liverpool - 0053
Saturday 24th: QPR - 1157
Tuesday 27th: Everton - 659
Saturday 7th: Tottenham - 3156
Saturday 14th: Wolves - 2770
Saturday 28th: Bolton - 3051
Sunday 13th: Manchester United - 3383
Grand in your Hand is sponsored by Mister Twister's
Everyone's a winner thanks to Mister Twister's since every ticket has two-for-one and money off offers for visits to their Follingsby Park play area. Retain your ticket to take advantages of the offers.
Don't forget your ticket!
Foundation of Light is registered with the Gambling Commission, please gamble responsibly.
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