DCP: Charitable Games - Sealed Tickets

Charitable Games - Sealed Tickets

Under the sealed ticket law, nonprofit permittees shall purchase the games from the Department of Consumer Protection at ten percent of their resale value, until the current supply is exhausted. Then organizations will purchase tickets from vendors permitted by the Department of Consumer Protection.

Obtain a Sealed Ticket Permit and/or an Individual Sales Permit Number (ISP)


First-Time Sealed Ticket Applicants (For Organizations that never sold sealed tickets in the past)

PLEASE NOTE:  If your organization has never sold sealed tickets in the past, it must complete a CGS-4 (or a CGS-4A for monthly sales activity) and CGS-4C application, and each of its volunteer members who will assist with the sale of sealed tickets must complete a CGS-2 and CGB/S-2A application. The person designated on the application for the sealed ticket permit who will be responsible for the sale of sealed tickets must review and be familiar with the provisions of the Connecticut General Statutes, the Administrative Regulations, Distribution And Sale Of Sealed Tickets, and Public Act 03-178, as well as important policies regarding sealed tickets. The designated Member In Charge of sealed ticket sales should keep these laws, regulations and policies available for reference and use

Back to Top


Previous Sealed Tickets Applicants (For sealed ticket permits in conjunction with Class B Bingo Permits and Class 3 Bazaar Permits ONLY)

PLEASE NOTE: If your organization has sold sealed tickets in the past, it would only need to complete a CGS-4 and CGS-4C application for a sealed ticket permit.  New volunteer members who will assist with the sale of sealed tickets, but have never applied for or received an Individual Sales Permit Number (ISP) with your organization in the past, must complete a CGS-2 and CGB/S-2A application. The person designated on the application for the sealed ticket permit who will be responsible for the sale of sealed tickets must review and be familiar with the provisions of the Connecticut General Statutes, the Administrative Regulations, Distribution And Sale Of Sealed Tickets, and Public Act 03-178, as well as important policies regarding sealed tickets.  The designated Member In Charge of sealed ticket sales should keep these laws, regulations and policies available for reference and use.

Back to Top


PLEASE NOTE:  If your organization has new volunteer members who will assist with the sale of sealed tickets, but have never applied for or received an Individual Sales Permit Number (ISP) with your organization in the past, those individuals must complete the following application forms:

Back to Top


Individual Sales Permit Number (ISP) Applicants (For individuals to apply to assist their organizations with sealed ticket sales activity)

If the applicant will be the Member In Charge of its organization's sealed ticket sales activity, the following material must also be reviewed and complied with:


PLEASE NOTE: The designated Member In Charge of sealed ticket sales should keep these laws, regulations and policies available for reference and use.

Back to Top


Samples of Completed Sealed Ticket Applications

 


Content Last Modified on 9/5/2017 2:43:37 PM