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Charitable groups can apply if their structure and programs follow AGLC policy.
An eligible charitable or religious organization must:
These four criteria determine charitable purpose:
For more information on eligibility refer to the Charitable Gaming Policies Handbook.
If your group has not had a licence before, you must complete this application:
Documents you will need (this checklist is on the application form to guide you):
There is no cost to submit an eligibility application.
A complete application will take approximately six weeks to review. If there is any missing information, we will contact you by letter, email or phone call.
AGLC will provide the eligibility decision to you in writing.
Call AGLC to speak to an Eligibility Analyst:
The Charitable Gaming Policies Handbook has more information on:
A pull ticket is a type of instant-win ticket with sealed windows or tabs. When opened, symbols, letters or numbers may match to win a prize.
An eligible group that wants to sell pull tickets must follow:
A group must complete this application at least four weeks before the first sales event:
A pull ticket licence covers a series of dates. The term of a licence is usually 24 months.
Pull ticket sales usually occur:
Groups that sell pull tickets in a bingo association must use these control forms:
Groups that sell pull tickets outside a bingo association must use these control forms:
Licence fees are $5 per unit. The group pays licence fees to a registered supplier when the group purchases the units. The supplier gives the fees to AGLC.