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TicketDrum is a program that allows you to perform random drawings without dealing with any physical tickets or tokens.  It can be used for just about any type of drawing – door prizes, raffles, even bingo! TicketDrum comes with tools to help manage prizes, too, not just for your current drawing, but for future drawings as well.  You can also generate a report as to what prizes were won and who won them. If you’re holding a live drawing before an audience, you can even display pictures of the prizes as they are being drawn for.

 

The “tickets” or “tokens” can be actual numbered tickets, names, e-mail addresses, or any other combination of numbers and letters, so you could hold a drawing based on ticket sales, e-mail entries, or just a contact list you already have.

 

TicketDrum was also designed with the idea that computers aren’t perfect, so everything is recorded in a database just in case there’s a system problem. So even if you’re forced to reboot your computer in the middle of a drawing, you should be able to pick up right were you left off.

 

TicketDrum also has many different options to tailor it to the way you do your drawings – you shouldn’t need to change the way you do things to start using TicketDrum.

Learn more about TicketDrum in this audio interview with Jack Beckman. You can also hear Terry White, President of MacGroup-Detroit, discussing TicketDrum near the end of his interview about the Adobe Breakfast at MacWorld '07.

Download the manual (Adobe Reader required)

 

System requirements:

 

Macintosh:

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A G3, G4 or G5 computer or an Intel-based Mac (TicketDrum is a Universal Binary)

Mac OS X version 10.3.9 or later

11 MB of disk for the program, and a variable amount of disk for the drawing data (probably not more than 10 kb per drawing, depending on the number of tickets/prizes you have)

The recommended amount of memory for your version of OS

 

 

Windows:

 

Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/2003

5 MB of disk for the program, and a variable amount of disk for the drawing data (probably not more than 10 kb per drawing, depending on the number of tickets/prizes you have)

The recommended amount of memory for your version of OS

QuickTime 7 (optional, used for some images)

Internet Explorer 5.5 or greater (to purchase via the online store)

 

Note: The unlicensed version of TicketDrum only allows for three drawings, three prizes per drawing, and four tickets in the drum per drawing.

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