Wash. Admin. Code § 230-11-086 - Discounted pricing plans for tickets to members-only raffles

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

In discounted pricing plans, licensees may sell tickets for a discounted price based on the number of tickets a player purchases if:

(1) The amount of the discount is set before any raffle tickets are sold; and
(2) Participants are allowed to purchase a single ticket; and
(3) There is only one discount plan for each raffle; and
(4) The cost of a single ticket, without a discount, does not exceed ten dollars; and
(5) The total cost of a discount package does not exceed twenty-five dollars; and
(6) The cost of a single ticket is printed on each ticket (for example, one dollar each); and
(7) The discounted tickets are identified by a unique ticket audit numbering system; and
(8) The licensee establishes an audit system that includes internal controls and procedures to determine gross gambling receipts from the sale of tickets using a discounted pricing plan.


Wash. Admin. Code § 230-11-086

Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 06-20-040 (Order 602), § 230-11-086, filed 9/26/06, effective 1/1/08.

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