Waltham nonprofit group raffling off two VIP packages to Taylor Swift’s sold out show at Gillette

A Massachusetts nonprofit group is raffling off two VIP packages to one of the three sold-out Taylor Swift concerts at Gillette Stadium in an effort to support people with autism and intellectual and developmental disabilities, according to their website.

The Arc of Massachusetts, based in Waltham, opened its online raffle on Monday, and winners will be drawn and announced on Dec. 23, which ensures the winners will have a very merry “Swiftmas.”

The packages being raffled off are to see Taylor Swift’s “The Eras” tour show in Foxborough on Sunday, May 21, 2023.

The first raffle is for a package consisting of four “I Remember It All Too Well” VIP tickets, which have a retail value of $2,400 total. The second raffle is for a package of two VIP tickets, which have a retail value of $1,200 in total. The entries for the four-ticket package cost $50 per raffle, while entries for the two-ticket package cost $25.

The “I Remember It All Too Well” VIP Package contains a reserved seated ticket; a special edition set of four Taylor Swift Prints that are designed exclusively for VIPs, including a hand-numbered print exclusive to the show and city; a commemorative “Eras Tour” VIP tote bag; a collectible Taylor Swift pin, sticker and postcard set; a souvenir concert ticket; and a special-commissioned LED VIP tour laminate that operates as interactive wearable at the show.

The proceeds from the raffle will support The Arc of Massachusetts mission, which has been working for 70 years to enhance the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism, and their families.

“We fulfill this through advocacy for community supports and services that foster social inclusion, self-determination, and equity across all aspects of society,” according to their website.

Raffle tickets can be purchased by clicking here.

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