61 Pa. Code § 874.3 - Definitions

The following words and terms, when used in this chapter, have the following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:

Apparent winning ticket-A raffle lottery game ticket bearing a winning number, which has not yet been validated by the Lottery.

Chance-A unique multiple-digit number, computer-selected from the range of numbers designated for a raffle Lottery drawing, also known as a play.

Drawing-The process of selecting the winning numbers that determine the winners for each designated prize for a particular raffle game.

On-line retailer or retailer-A person who is properly licensed by the Lottery to sell tickets.

Prize-The item or money that can be won as specified by the notice for each raffle lottery game as published under § 874.4 (relating to notice of raffle lottery game rules).

Raffle lottery game-A lottery game for which a chance or play will be sold for a limited announced period of time, and in which a maximum designated number of chances or plays will be offered, and the winning chances or plays will be selected from only those chances or plays actually sold.

Ticket-A raffle lottery ticket produced by the Lottery and sold by a licensed retailer in an authorized manner containing at a minimum a unique multiple-digit number constituting a single play or chance, the drawing date and validation data.

Winning number-The unique multiple-digit number selected in a particular raffle lottery game drawing, which has been subsequently validated by the Lottery, and which shall be used to determine the winning plays in that particular raffle lottery game.


61 Pa. Code § 874.3

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