HOW IT WORKS
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Players will not only be excited by the allure of a grand prize for making a once in a lifetime shot, Winning Ticket’s team can show you best practices on how to turn this oncourse experience in to an oncourse fundraiser. Memorable experience for your guests + opportunity to raise money towards your cause = WIN FOR EVERYONE!
Hole-In-One Insurance by Winning Ticket is streamlined to integrate perfectly within the rest of the Winning Ticket platform but can be purchased as a unique single service.
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By securing hole-in-one insurance, you work with a licensed and bonded prize indemnification provider in WinningTicket Insurance LLC. We assume the risk associated with offering a valuable prize at the hole-in-one contest in exchange for a one-time premium. With coverage through WinningTicket Insurance LLC, if you have a hole-in-one contest winner, we become fully responsible for paying out the prizes.
The Winning Ticket Insurance’s captive actuaries determine the effect each of these variables has on the premium of a specified prize package coverage.
Insurance Quote Variables
It’s common knowledge that the cost of any kind of insurance is based on risk. For car insurance, the insurance company determines what risks are associated with insuring a driver. They consider the type of car, the value of the car, and the driver’s record (accidents or speeding tickets) together to determine the cost of the premium for the driver’s coverage in the case of an accident.
Hole-in-one insurance operates the same way. Winning Ticket Insurance looks at different variables that make up a hole-in-one contest. How many players are participating in the contest, how many yards is the par-3 hole (need exact course and hole), and what is the value of the hole-in-one prize? With these three answers, we can determine the probability of someone making a hole-in-one at your event and what is a fair quote to insure the payout of the prize. Your quote will rise or fall as you change the variables. Try the tool above!