FAQs

Click below for answers to some of our most frequently asked questions (FAQs).

If you have any additional questions, please contact Home for the Holidays at 1-866-485-3239.

Unfortunately, the purchase of raffle tickets is not tax deductible. According to the IRS, you are not making a strict donation to charity as you are receiving something in return for your contribution, a chance to win a home or other prize. To claim a prize, you only need to show your driver’s license to prove your identity.

There are 10,000 tickets available for sale this year. Over the past couple of years, the project has averaged about 6,500 tickets sold for each home raffle.

You may purchase a ticket as a gift for someone else and put it in their name. The only requirement is that the person must be 18 and reside in the United States of America. Tickets may not be in the name of a company.

You do not need a printed copy of your ticket. If you purchase one online, an email receipt will be sent to you. Should you win a prize, you need only show your driver’s license to claim it.

Tickets are numbered for accounting purposes only. Prizes are drawn by the person’s name, not the ticket number, and winners are then contacted by the phone numbers provided on the ticket.

The deadline to purchase tickets for the 2022 Home for the Holidays is Tuesday, December 6th at 11:59 p.m. at Midnight. Sales will end at the ticket outlet locations at the close of business on Tuesday, December 6th.

This year’s home is located in the new up-and-coming West Village area.

The home will be open to the public for touring only during official open houses. Op