Regulatory Compliance Division / Charitable Gaming Licensing
Definition: A raffle lottery in which all ticket stubs are placed in a drum and pulled out one at a time until the final ticket remains for the grand prize winner. Lesser prizes may be awarded at specific intervals such as every 25th or 50th ticket:
must use a two-part serial-numbered ticket, with one part retained by purchaser and one part (stub) retained by the licensee for the draw;
prizes are awarded at specific intervals (eg. every 25th ticket wins a prize) and the last remaining ticket in the drum wins the grand prize;
only purchased tickets are entered into the draw;
if all tickets are not sold, adjustments to the interval of winning tickets must be made to ensure that all prizes are awarded;
SLGA must be informed in advance of any changes to the distribution order of prizes.
Notice: Tickets sales on the Internet will not be approved or allowed, but you may use the Internet to advertise.