A qualified organization wishing to sell tickets and award prizes at an event can apply for a Special Charity Game License, which costs $15 per day for up to 4 consecutive days.
Charity game tickets may also be sold in conjunction with a weekly bingo, Special Bingo, or Large Raffle License without paying an additional fee.
Qualified organizations that own or lease a location for the primary use of their members, such as veteran and fraternal clubs, may obtain an Annual Charity Game Ticket License to sell charity game tickets from 8am-2am, anywhere on the property of the licensed location. An Annual Charity Game Ticket License costs $200 per license year.
Veteran and fraternal clubs prefer the use of a ticket vending machine for the sale of the traditional-style charity game tickets. Some licensed suppliers offer them for sale or lease.
Organizations that sell charity game tickets should be aware of their federal tax responsibilities. Organizations that award a raffle prize greater than $599 or a bingo prize greater than $1,199 should be aware of player withholding responsibilities. These obligations are described in these links.