Any corporation that wishes to print lucky envelopes will need a lucky envelope printer licence. Lucky envelopes are a type of pre-determined lottery. They are sold as break-open or scratch-it type tickets where the correct combination of numbers/letters/pictures on the tickets produces a winner.
Once licensed, a corporation may then print lucky envelopes for eligible associations to sell in Queensland. An eligible association must not sell lucky envelopes unless the envelopes have been printed under a lucky envelopes printer's licence.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
An applicant for a lucky envelope printer licence must be a corporation.
The licence remains in effect for 5 years.
Licence fee for lucky envelope printer licence
Renewal fee lucky envelope printer licence
To apply for a new licence submit the following to the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation:
Form 2B: Lucky envelope printer licence application
Note: All applications must be lodged at least 28 days prior to the proposed commencement date of the game/s.
This licence cannot be transferred.
Department of Justice and Attorney-General
Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation
Charitable and Non-Profit Gaming Act 1999 (Queensland)
Charitable and Non-Profit Gaming Regulation 1999 (Queensland)
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