Wash. Admin. Code § 230-11-085 - Modified and discounted pricing plans for tickets for members-only raffles

Current through Register Vol. 21-18, September 15, 2021

(1) Licensees may use modified ticket pricing plans at members-only raffles when gross revenues do not exceed five thousand five dollars. One type of modified pricing plan is a penny raffle. A penny raffle is a raffle where licensees sell five hundred consecutively numbered tickets. Participants randomly choose tickets and pay the consecutive number of the ticket multiplied by a predetermined cost, for instance, one penny.
(2) In modified pricing plans, licensees may sell tickets to enter a raffle for different values, not to exceed ten dollars for a single ticket, if the licensee:
(a) Discloses to the participants the pricing plan before selling them a ticket to participate. The licensee must disclose to the participant the total number of tickets in the population available and the number of tickets at each price level; and
(b) Allows participants to randomly select their ticket from the population of remaining tickets and pay the amount printed on the ticket they select; and
(c) Establishes records for an adequate audit trail to determine gross gambling receipts; and
(d) Holds no more than two such drawings during a meeting or event; and
(e) Sells multiple tickets to enter one or more drawings as a package and the total price of the package must not exceed twenty-five dollars.


Wash. Admin. Code § 230-11-085

Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 07-21-116 (Order 617), § 230-11-085, filed 10/22/07, effective 1/1/08; 06-20-040 (Order 602), § 230-11-085, filed 9/26/06, effective 1/1/08.

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