Charitable Gaming in Connecticut

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Charitable gaming refers to bingos, raffles, and a variety of other games of chance being conducted for charitable purposes. This guide contains information about charitable gaming in Connecticut.

Connecticut Bingo, Raffle, and Bazaar Permits

Not required



Charitable Gaming licensure is not required on the State level in Connecticut.

Bingo, bazaar, and raffle permits are now issued only at the municipal level.

Connecticut Permit to Sell Sealed Tickets

Game Type:

Sealed ticket games

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Notes:

Individual volunteers may also need to apply for a permit before aiding a charity with sealed ticket game activities.

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Initial Registration

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Form:

Application for Permit to Sell Sealed Tickets (Organization)

Agency Fee:

$50

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Registration Renewal

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Form:

Application for Permit to Sell Sealed Tickets (Organization)

Agency Fee:

$50

Due:

Annually

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Connecticut Permit to Sell Sealed Tickets Monthly

Game Type:

Sealed ticket games

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
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Initial Registration

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Form:

Application for Permit to Sell Sealed Tickets (Organization) Monthly

Agency Fee:

$50

Fact Checked:1/10/18

Registration Renewal

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Form:

Application for Permit to Sell Sealed Tickets (Organization) Monthly

Agency Fee:

$50

Due:

Permits expire at the end of the monthly permit period.

Fact Checked:1/10/18
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