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Raffle draw for 50k air tickets opens Sept 16; other big lotteries ongoing

02 September 2021

By The SUN 

Cathay will give a million miles each to 10 winners while the AA will raffle off 50k roundtrip tickets 

All residents vaccinated in Hong Kong, including migrant domestic workers, will have a chance to win 50,000 free roundtrip plane tickets in the Airport Authority’s lucky draw that will open for registration from Sept 16 until Sept 30.

Winners will be drawn randomly by computer on Oct 5, and announced on Oct. 12.

The AA will be giving away 50,000 round-trip economy class plane tickets from Hong Kong to destinations in different regions as an incentive to residents to get jabbed before community vaccination centers close at the end of the month for those taking their first dose.

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For more details on the lucky draw, click here.

Meanwhile, a raffle draw for all vaccinated residents by Goodman, a global logistics company, will close today, Sept. 2. Up for stake are prizes worth a total of $1 million, with a brand-new Tesla Model 3 Long range car worth $600,000 as the top draw.

The link to the draw is here:

Another big lucky draw that is still open for registration until Sept 10 is the one sponsored by the Cheung Kong and Hutchison group.


The top prizes will be given as cash vouchers which can be used as down payment for a flat, or for purchases in retail stores under the CK group, which include Fortress, Watson's and ParkNShop. 

The first prize is $5 million worth of  vouchers, $3million worth for the second prize; and $1 million for the third prize.

The link to the registration is here:


Cathay Pacific Airways has also joined the lottery craze, with its top prize an exclusive flight around Hong Kong aboard its new A321neo, the world’s most advanced narrow-body aircraft.

Ten lucky residents will also be awarded one million Asia Miles each, enough for them to travel in luxury on a long-haul flight at least 10 times. Another 100 winners will each get 100,000 Asia Miles, which they can use for flights, hotel stays and lifestyle products.

Registration for the draw is ongoing until Sept 15. Link is here: switch=Y&fbclid=IwAR0ozpKwY_sHEeFJjftcigpTIfgjAOFK9kLkGvwgq4FKkFBOPCJEWYGb3h8

3 Mercedes Benz C class will be raffled off to vaccinated residents

Another big-ticket draw is the raffle sponsored by the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, where three Mercedes Benz C class cars, each valued at more than $500,000, are the top prizes.

The total value of the pot is more than $30 million, with a raffle draw to be held seven times starting on Jul 22. Residents need only sign up once to qualify for all the draws.

The link to join is here:

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Home appliances company, TCL, has been holding weekly raffle draws where the prizes given away include TV sets, sound system, air filter and others. The registration which is open to all residents vaccinated in Hong Kong, will be open until Sept 10.

To register, check this link:

Another must-join lucky draw is being held under the auspices of the Chinese Gold and Silver Exchange, where jewelry, gold bars and other precious items have been raffled daily since Aug 18.

Registration for the lottery will close at 5:30pm on Sept 29. The link to register is here:

Also giving away gold pieces through regular draws is a group under Henderson Land. Registration is still open, through this link:

SaSa cosmetics company is holding its own million-dollar raffle draw, with $2,000 worth of store vouchers being given away each week to five lucky winners. Ten weekly lotteries started on Aug 4 and will end on Oct 4.

To join, click this link:

Meanwhile, registration for the most expensive giveaway, a flat worth $10.8 million is the top draw, just closed on Sept 1. Only permanent residents were qualified to win the flat, but other big prizes were open to non-PRs, aged 18 and above, and hold HKID cards.

The lucky draw is jointly funded by The Sino Group’s Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation along with Chinese Estates Holdings.

Also closed for registration are the lotteries sponsored by Chinachem Group, Shangrila Group, Sun Hung Kai, and HK Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The raffle draws are being held to encourage Hong Kong residents to complete their two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine before community vaccination centres stop giving first doses by the end of September, and the second dose within October. All CVCs within Hong Kong will then close.
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