Okla. Admin. Code § 710:23-1-12 - Admissions, concessions and other property subject to sales tax

Current through Register Vol. 39, No. 2, October 1, 2021

(a) Admission charges. The gross receipts received from the sale of admission tickets or fees for admission to a charity game location are subject to sales tax. If admission tickets are sold or fees charged, the value of all free or complimentary admissions provided by an organization is also subject to sales tax and must be reported on the organization's monthly sales tax report.
(b) Concessions. Sales of food or drink at a charity game are subject to sales tax. The person making such sales must comply with the Sales Tax Code and Rules of the Tax Commission promulgated thereto.
(c) Other property. Sales of tangible personal property other than items on which charity game tax is levied are subject to sales tax. The person making such sales must comply with the Sales Tax Code and Rules of the Tax Commission promulgated thereto. [See: Chapter 65 of this Title.]
(d) Failure to collect, report and remit sales tax. Failure to collect, report and timely remit sales tax on items subject thereto shall be reported to the Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission, pursuant to 3A O.S. §407.

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Okla. Admin. Code § 710:23-1-12
Added at 10 Ok Reg 4489, eff 8-10-93 (emergency); Added at 11 Ok Reg 3489, eff 6-26-94
Amended by Oklahome Register, Volume 33, Issue 23, August 15, 2016, eff. 8/25/2016

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