Note: In order for a contest to be a “contest” instead of a sweepstakes, there must be some element of skill involved. Permitted under the following conditions: No purchase may be required, alcoholic beverages may not be given as prizes, and entrants must be of legal drinking age. The promotion must be in compliance with state gambling laws. Anyone affiliated with an alcoholic beverage licensee must be declared ineligible to participate. Entry forms may be made available to consumers on tear pads, but not as neck hangers on bottles, neck hangers on a hook, or tear pads designed to look like neck hangers. Entries may be provided and collected on a retailer’s licensed premises. Entry forms also may be made[…]

Note: In order for a contest to be a “contest” instead of a sweepstakes, there must be some element of skill involved. Permitted with prior approval from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Administration. No purchase may be required, alcoholic beverages may not be given as prizes, and entrants must be of legal drinking age. Brewers and beer distributors may sponsor professional or amateur athletic events and provide prizes or awards for participants and winners in any event except when a majority of the athletes participating in the event are minors, unless specifically authorized by the commissioner. [OK Law, Chapter 11, Article 16, Section 11-16-18(a)(5) and (6).]

Note: In order for a contest to be a “contest” instead of a sweepstakes, there must be some element of skill involved. Permitted in compliance with Section 6.96 of Federal regulations. No purchase may be required, alcoholic beverages may not be given as prizes, and entrants must be of legal drinking age. [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 offering contest prizes, premium offers, refunds and like items directly to consumers so long as officers, employees and representatives of brewers, beer distributors, small brewer self-distributors, brewpub self-distributors and licensed retailers are excluded from[…]

Note: In order for a contest to be a “contest” instead of a sweepstakes, there must be some element of skill involved. Permitted with prior approval from the Liquor Control Board. Details and samples of the point-of-sale material must be submitted by the Vendor of Record on behalf of the supplier sponsoring the contest. No purchase may be required, alcoholic beverages may not be given as prizes, and entrants must be of legal drinking age. Retail licensed premises, such as restaurants, hotels, and clubs, may be involved only as pick-up or drop-off points for entry forms, not for conducting drawings or awarding prizes. Note: Current guidelines do not mention a mandatory lead time for obtaining approval from the Liquor Control[…]

Note: In order for a contest to be a “contest” instead of a sweepstakes, there must be some element of skill Involved. Permitted consistent with Title 27 CFR Part 6.96 of the Federal Regulations. No purchase may be required, alcoholic beverages may not be given as prizes, and entrants must be of legal drinking age. 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.]

Note: In order for a contest to be a “contest” instead of a sweepstakes, there must be some element of skill involved. Note: The actual prize can be displayed only if the value of the prize, along with the value of any other permanent point-of-sale materials given to the retail licensee, does not exceed the $500.00 per calendar year, per brand, per retail outlet limit on permanent P.O.S. materials. If the prize is displayed on the premises, records must be maintained for a period of three (3) years. CAUTION: Federal statutes and regulations are more restrictive, and the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau’s (TTB) unofficial limit on items of utilitarian value used as part of a display is[…]

Note: In order for a contest to be a “contest” instead of a sweepstakes, there must be some element of skill Involved. Permitted consistent with Title 27 CFR Part 6.96 of the Federal Regulations. No purchase may be required, alcoholic beverages may not be given as prizes, and entrants must be of legal drinking age. 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.]

Note: In order for a contest to be a “contest” instead of a sweepstakes, there must be some element of skill involved. Permitted under the following conditions and with prior approval from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission: Participants must be of legal drinking age, no purchase of any alcoholic beverage may be required, and alcoholic beverages may not be given as prizes. Determination of winners and issuance of prizes must be performed by an agency or firm independent of the licensee. Owners of licensed liquor wholesale and retail businesses and members of their immediate families must be excluded from participation. The advertising of the contest must not violate Commission rules on advertising of alcoholic beverages. Delaware regulations do not specifically[…]

Note: In order for a contest to be a “contest” instead of a sweepstakes, there must be some element of skill involved. 15.6.1 Contests Not Involving Retail Licensed Premises Consumer contests where retail licensees have no involvement other than advertising the existence of a skill contest conducted by a supplier may be made. No purchase may be required, alcoholic beverages may not be given as prizes, and entrants must be of legal drinking age. 15.6.2 Contests that Involve Showcasing Prizes on Licensed Premises In this case, the following guidelines apply: Wholesaler and retailer personnel and members of their extended families are not eligible to enter or win a prize. The contest, including the drawing period, may not exceed sixty (60)[…]

Note: In order for a contest to be a “contest” instead of a sweepstakes, there must be some element of skill involved. Permitted. Submission for prior approval is not required. No purchase may be required, alcoholic beverages may not be given as prizes, and entrants must be of legal drinking age.