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Tombstone Welcomes You Back

Guests will receive one "no purchase necessary" raffle ticket from the Vigilettes table at 510 E. Allen Street. Guests may receive one additional raffle ticket from each participating store for any purchases over $25. You can earn 4 tickets for a $100 purchase.

Guests overnighting on Friday or Saturday at one of the participating hotels will receive 4 tickets the morning after their stay.

Vigilettes draw tickets each day at 3:30 pm

• Two, third-place winners receive $50 each

• Second-place winner receives $200

• First place winner receives $200

Winners must be present to win. Visit our Facebook page for a list of participating businesses.

Rooms are still available at Tombstone Boarding House Inn and Crazy Annie's Bordello & Saloon.



May 23, 2020 - May 24, 2020


Tombstone Historic District


114 N Escondida Dr
Tombstone AZ 85638


10 am - 3:30 pm


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