Coupons may not be mailed directly to consumers, but coupons indicating the amount of the refund may be offered to consumers through both on- and off-premise retail licensees, provided they are redeemed by the manufacturer, either directly or through a third-party clearinghouse, and available to all retailers within the market. Refunds may be made only to persons twenty-one (21) years of age or older. Officers, employees and representatives of wholesale and retail licensees must be specifically excluded from taking part in the offer. Mail-in refund offers may be utilized for free or discounted non-alcoholic items at grocery stores. [KS Regulations, Agency 14, Article 10, Section 14-10-17; Div. of Alcoholic Beverage Control, Handbook for Supplier Permits, website accessed 10/1/2020.]

Permitted in compliance with Section 6.96 of Federal regulations. [OK Regulations, Title 45, Chapter 10, Subchapter 3, Sections 45:10-3-24 and 45:10-3-25.] Brewers, beer distributors, small brewer self-distributors and brewpub self-distributors are granted specific privileges in Subsections E and F of Section 3-123, including providing mail-in rebates for beer, cider and nonalcoholic beverage merchandise items, funded by the brewer and redeemed by the brewer, either by itself or through a third-party fulfillment company, for a discount or rebate on the beer, cider or nonalcoholic item. [OK Law, Title 37A, Chapter 3, Section 3-123 E(10).] Note: Prior approval is no longer required. Federal regulations apply. [Written advice from the ABLE Commission dated 7/15/15.]

15.2.1 Distilled Spirits and Wine Permitted for both distilled spirits and wine. Proof of purchase is required. [KY Law, Title XX, Chapter 244, Section 244.461.] 15.2.2 Malt Beverages Rebate coupons on malt beverages that are redeemable by the consumer at the point of purchase are prohibited. Manufacturers and importers of malt beverages may provide mail-in coupons by which the consumer receives a cash refund or nonalcoholic beverage merchandise from the manufacturer, importer, or clearinghouse acting for the manufacturer or importer, upon submission by the consumer of proof of purchase. Redemption of rebate coupons on malt beverages must be funded solely by manufacturers and importers of malt beverages. [KY Law, Title XX, Chapter 244, Section 244.461.] Note: The use of the[…]

Permitted for distilled spirits only under the following conditions and with prior approval from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission as described below. Refunds by a manufacturer, importer, distiller, rectifier or bottler of spirituous liquors may be offered only to purchasers of a manufacturer’s original, unopened container from a local Alcoholic Beverage Control store. The refund offer must apply throughout the state. The offer shall bear an expiration date, a statement explaining the refund procedure, and a statement that the person redeeming the refund must be at least 21 years of age. Refund may not be redeemed by a wholesale or retail permittee. The name of a retail business or a retail permittee may not appear on any refund offer, and[…]

15.2.1 Wine and Distilled Spirits Wine and distilled spirits mail-in refund offers are permitted. Prior approval by the Liquor Control Board is required a minimum of sixty (60) days prior to the beginning of the promotion. Rebates will not be accepted without completing the “Request for Manufacturer’s Rebate Offer Form.” The form can be found on the Board website by clicking Forms & Resources page on the Managing Existing Business page in the Supplier’s area of the website. Rebate offer forms must be distributed to all stores with distribution of the product, either delivered by a vendor representative or mailed directly to the stores. A completed Request for Manufacturer’s Rebate Offer form must be submitted to the Bureau of Product[…]

Suppliers may offer coupons to the public for mail-in rebates on alcoholic liquor, wine, beer, or canned cocktails. Suppliers must offer all retailers the opportunity to participate in the coupon offering. [IA Regulations, Title 185, Chapter 16, Section 185-16.12 (123).]

Suppliers may offer coupons to the public for mail-in rebates on alcoholic liquor, wine, beer, or canned cocktails. Suppliers must offer all retailers the opportunity to participate in the coupon offering. [IA Regulations, Title 185, Chapter 16, Section 185-16.12 (123).]

Permitted consistent with Title 27 CFR Part 6.96 of the Federal Regulations. Prior approval of the Department of Revenue was eliminated on March 25, 2017. [MT Regulations, Title 42, Chapter 13, Subchapter 2, Section 42.13.210.]

Permitted consistent with Title 27 CFR Part 6.96 of the Federal Regulations. Prior approval of the Department of Revenue was eliminated on March 25, 2017. MT Regulations, Title 42, Chapter 13, Subchapter 2, Section 42.13.210.]

Permitted. All such refund offers must be made without discrimination to all retail licensees in similarly situated marketplaces located in the manufacturers or wholesalers designated geographic area of distribution. Such refunds must be paid directly to consumers by the manufacturer, wholesaler, or the manufacturer’s or wholesalers appointed agent. The value of the coupon cannot exceed the cost of the alcoholic beverage being purchased, and must require proof of purchase in the form of a dated, retailer-specific receipt. Coupons may not be retailer specific. Coupons may be available in the print media, and by direct mail. Coupons must bear an expiration date.  In cross-promotions involving other types of products, the words “free” or “complimentary,” or any similar word, may not be[…]