There's definitely a lot of misunderstanding of probability going on here. That's problematic for the purposes of this discussion, but not particularly unexpected; people like to find patterns, which makes us inherently bad at randomness.   Having duplicate raffle winners is actually mathematically likely.   Let's assume 3,000 entries (with 60 winners). The chance of any single person being one of the 60 winners is 2%. But then, in a given month, 60 people win. If all 60