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HAMILTON (Nov. 6) - The Hamilton Tiger-Cats proudly announce that tickets for the 110th Grey Cup 50/50 draw are now available for purchase at Additionally, tickets can be obtained in person on James Street and at the Hamilton Convention Centre during the 2023 Grey Cup Festival, commencing on Thursday, November 16.

The pricing structure for the 50/50 draw includes three early-bird draws and a grand prize draw on Grey Cup game day:

  • Early Bird Draw #1: Friday, November 10 – Win a $500 Moxies gift card.

  • Early Bird Draw #2: Wednesday, November 15 - Get a chance to own two Commemorative 110th Grey Cup Jerseys and a pair of Gold Level tickets to the 110th Grey Cup.

  • Early Bird Draw #3: Friday, November 17 – Win an Apple Watch Series 9, courtesy of TELUS, and $500 in cash.

  • Grand Prize: Sunday, November 19 – A guaranteed jackpot of at least $75,000.

The proceeds from the 50/50 draw will be directed towards various community programs aimed at benefiting youth in the Hamilton area. These programs include the Bulldogs’ Foundation Breakfast Program, Interval House of Hamilton, and local minor football associations in Hamilton, Niagara, Burlington, Guelph, Cambridge, Brantford, and Waterloo.

Courtney Stephen, Director of Community Partnerships at Hamilton Sports Group, emphasized the importance of these programs, saying, "Flag football and tackle football alike are amazing games because of the way they connect, energize, and motivate youth. I'm excited to see how our community comes together to ensure that our kids have the access, equipment, and resources they need to play.”

The Bulldogs Foundation's primary objective is to enhance the lives of youth in the greater Hamilton community. For more than a decade, the charitable arm of the Brantford Bulldogs Hockey Club has provided a nutrition program in 21 high-needs schools, ensuring that local kids start their day with a healthy breakfast.

Interval House of Hamilton plays a crucial role by offering emergency shelter, safety planning, and support services for women with or without children who have experienced abuse or violence. They also collaborate with the Ticats to run the "Be More Than A Bystander" program, a prevention initiative designed to educate youth about gender-based violence and how they can become leaders and mentors in their community.

Don't miss the 110th Grey Cup from Tim Hortons Field, featuring Green Day in the Twisted Tea Grey Cup Halftime Show, airing live on Sunday, November 19 at 6 p.m. ET on TSN and RDS, Canada’s home of the CFL.

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