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Trade promotion lotteries

What is a trade promotion lottery?

Why is a permit required?

To make sure all entrants are treated equally and no person gets an unfair advantage, the promoters of a trade promotion lottery have a number of legal responsibilities. In NSW, trade promotion lotteries are regulated by the Office of Liquor, Gaming & Racing to ensure that they are conducted with a high level of integrity and fairness.

Permits for trade promotion lotteries can take up to 20 working days for approval.

Who can conduct a trade promotion lottery?

Only a business with an ABN number can hold a permit for a trade promotion lottery in NSW. A business may be a sole proprietor, a partnership or a company.

Detailed information about trade promotion lotteries

How to apply for a trade promotion lottery

Fees for trade promotion lottery permits

Current application fees are available on our Trade Promotion Lottery Fees webpage. Fees for trade promotion lottery(TPL) permits vary depending on the value of the prize(s) in the promotion.

An amendment fee of $100 will be charged for applications to amend terms and conditions for TPL permits after they have been approved by the Office of Liquor, Gaming & Racing (OLGR).

Credit Card surcharge

For application fees (including amendments), under NSW Government policy, a surcharge of 0.4% is added to the payment amount if paid by credit card. Please visit www.olgr.nsw.gov.au/surcharge.asp for more information.

Before lodging your application

Contact details for trade promotion lottery enquiries