2018 Cleveland Sports Golden Ticket

Greater Cleveland Sports Commission wants you to have the most VALUABLE ticket in town! The Golden Ticket is your chance to see 130 games, full of home runs, touchdowns & slam dunks.
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Congratulations to the 2018 Cleveland Sports Golden Ticket winner Mary Lou Hoyle!!!

We hope you enjoy all 130 Browns, Indians and Cavs games this next season. Thank you to all who entered. You helped benefit Greater Cleveland Sports Commission. 


Hey Cleveland sports fan! We’re fulfilling every Cleveland fans dreams with the most VALUABLE ticket in town. The 2019 Cleveland Sports Golden Ticket gives fans a chance to win a pair of regular season tickets to the CLEVELAND BROWNS, CLEVELAND CAVALIERS & CLEVELAND INDIANS. Secure your chance to see 130 games, full of home runs, touchdowns & slam dunks.

Tickets are $100 each and provide purchaser with one (1) entry into drawing to win the following:

There are only 600 tickets available for purchase – may the odds forever be in each sports fan’s favor.

The winner of the 2019 Cleveland Sports Golden Ticket will be drawn at the 19th Greater Cleveland Sports Awards at the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel in Downtown Cleveland. Winner need not be present to win. 


Congratulations to our 2017 Cleveland Sports Golden Ticket winner Cole Svoboda. See his reaction here:

All proceeds benefit local non-profit, Greater Cleveland Sports Commission.**

*Seat locations are the sole discretion of each professional team and are based upon availability.  Winner will receive regular season tickets with the option to purchase post-season tickets, if applicable. This purchase is not tax deductible.

**19th Greater Cleveland Sports Awards is the annual gala-style fundraiser for Greater Cleveland Sports Commission (GCSC). Since 2000, GCSC is responsible for attracting more than 190 sporting events which have contributed over $590 million in economic activity to Northeast Ohio. GCSC supports the local economy, utilizes sports as a vehicle to forward community agendas and maintains a goal of producing events that are more successful when held in Cleveland than in other cities. For more information, please visit clevelandsports.org.