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$10 for a class A license, $50 for a class B license, and $200 for a class C license.
Organizations should apply for a Class A license if they do not expect to exceed $15,600 in gross receipts from bingo, a Class B license if they do not expect to exceed $300,000 in gross receipts, or a Class C license if gross receipts are expected to be more than $300,000. In addition to the state level license, charities must also submit a form and fee to the local governing body where the bingo event will take place.
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