Permitted under the following conditions. No item can be attached to point-of-sale material or otherwise given to licensed retailers. Merchandise offered may not be given away. Supplier may require cash or proof of purchase or a combination of both. Officers, employees and representatives of wholesale and retail licensees must be specifically excluded from taking part in the offer. [Div. of Alcoholic Beverage Control, Handbook for Supplier Permits, website accessed 10/1/2020.]

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. Proof of purchase may be required, if desired. [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. Proof of purchase may be required, if desired. [MT Regulations, Title 42, Chapter 13, Subchapter 2, Section 42.13.210.]

Permitted if advertised in retail licensed stores only with no advertising of any kind exposed to view from outside the licensed premises. Proof of purchase may be required. Delaware regulations do not specifically address what is permitted, but simply state that suppliers may not engage in any practices not permitted by the Federal Alcohol Administration Act. [DE Regulations, Rule 908, Section 3.3.]

No statutory or regulatory provisions noted. However, the Alcoholic Beverages Division has adopted, in general, federal trade practice regulations. Assume permitted unless advised otherwise by the Division. Proof of purchase may be required.

Permitted with prior approval from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. No proof of purchase may be required. Refer to Section 15, subsection 15.1, Displays, Dealer Loaders, POS Materials regarding procedure for submitting materials for approval. [AL Regulations, Chapter 20-X-6, Section 20-X-6-.12.]

Permitted for beer, wine and distilled spirits. Prior approval from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Division is not required. Arkansas wholesale and retail licensees and their employees must be specifically excluded from eligibility for participation in any such offers. Proof of purchase of distilled spirits or wine (but not malt beverages) may be required. [AR Regulations, Title 3, Subtitle D, Section 3.17.2(2).] Note: Neck hangers are now allowed as long as there is other freestanding material available at point-of-sale to communicate the offer to consumers.