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Raffle Policies, Procedures and Handbooks

Raffles $10,000 & Under

  • Eligibility for Raffle Licence Application
    (total ticket value $10,000 or less)
    A raffle licence authorizes charitable or religious organizations to conduct a lottery scheme in which tickets or prize bonds are sold for a chance to win prizes. (If your group has never held any type of gaming licence and is interested in conducting a raffle with a total ticket value $10,000 or less, please complete this Eligibility for a Raffle Licence application). (LIC/GAM 5416)

  • Raffle Terms & Conditions
    (total ticket value $10,000 or less)
    Compliance with the Terms & Conditions ensure the integrity of licensed raffles in Alberta and maximizes the financial returns to charitable organizations. (NOTE: All raffle licences with a total ticket value of $10,000 or less may be obtained from your local Registry Agent). (LIC/GAM 5416-2) You may also obtain an online licence by using your AGLC internet account.

  • Raffle Ticket Inventory Control Procedures
    Ticket and financial control forms are a requirement for all raffle licences. These forms facilitate the physical control and monitoring of raffle tickets issued and returned and cash related thereto. Raffle Ticket Inventory Control Procedures, Inventory Control Worksheet and Prize Payout Worksheet provided. (LIC/GAM 5525-(1-3))

Raffles Over $10,000

  • Raffle Terms & Conditions
    (total ticket value more than $10,000)
    The Terms & Conditions ensure the integrity of licensed raffles in Alberta and maximize the financial returns to charitable organizations. (LIC/GAM 5428)

  • Raffle Licence Application and Guidelines
    (total ticket value more than $10,000)
    A raffle licence authorizes charitable or religious organizations to conduct a lottery scheme in which tickets or prize bonds are sold for a chance to win prizes. (LIC/GAM 5427)

  • Raffle Ticket Inventory Control Procedures
    Ticket and financial control forms are a requirement for all raffle licences. These forms facilitate the physical control and monitoring of raffle tickets issued and returned and cash related thereto. Raffle Ticket Inventory Control Procedures, Inventory Control Worksheet and Prize Payout Worksheet provided. (LIC/GAM 5525-(1-3))

All completed applications must be sent to:

Regulatory Division
Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission
50 Corriveau Ave.
St. Albert, AB  T8N 3T5

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