Ticket lottery report for raffles with prizes over $4,000: Ticket Lottery Licence
Charities, religious organizations and non-profit community organizations need to submit a Ticket Lottery Report if they run raffles with prizes over $4,000. You also need to submit a fee of 2.13% of the value of the prizes awarded within 30 days of a single draw or each year for a multi-year Ticket Lottery Licence.
Use the Ticket Lottery Report Form if you’re a charity, religious organization or non-profit community organization that runs raffles with prizes over $4,000.
If you have a Ticket Lottery Licence for raffles with prizes over $4,000 but the prize value ends up being less than $4,000, you still need to submit a report showing the value. You also need to pay the fee.
Who can use this form
Charities, religious organizations and non-profit community organizations need to use the form and pay a fee if they run raffles with prizes over $4,000.
You need to submit the report within 30 days of a single draw or each year for a multi-year (series of draws) Ticket Lottery Licence.
What you need to do
- Complete the form.
- Include fee payment with your form.
- Send your completed form and payment by mail, fax or email. Or visit the Alcohol, Gaming, Fuel and Tobacco Division.
There is no cost to submit the report, but you need to pay a fee when you submit the report. The fee is 2.13% of the total value of prizes awarded. You need to submit the fee with your Ticket Lottery Report.
Visa, MasterCard, debit card, cheque, money order, cash. A cheque or money order should be made payable to the Minister of Finance. Payment options may vary depending on how you submit the form.
Before you start
Make sure you have:
- Ticket Lottery Licence number
- revenue and expenditure numbers
- description and dollar amount for each prize
- name, address, phone number and prize for each winner
- signature of an officer of the organization