Charity Game Ticket Law and Legal Definition

Charity game ticket is a ticket sold at bingo, in fraternal or veterans' clubs, or other licensed gaming events as part of charity gaming. Charity game tickets can only be purchased from a licensed supplier by a licensed organization. Charity game ticket is also referred to as a break-open or pull-tab.

Following is an example of a state statute {[ MCLS � 432.102] (Michigan)} which defines the term Charity Game Ticket :

A charity game ticket is a ticket commonly referred to as a break-open ticket or a pull-tab that is approved and acquired by the bureau and is distributed and sold by the bureau or a licensed supplier to a qualified organization, a portion of which is removed to discover whether a ticket is a winning ticket and whether a purchaser may be awarded a prize.