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Fee Schedule - Bona Fide Charitable/Nonprofit Organization/Other Businesses

Per WAC 230-05-124, all licensed organizations must submit quarterly license fees and license reports to us for each licensed gambling activity beginning with the first quarter of their license year. The quarterly license fee is due with the quarterly license report.

WAC 230-05-160 Charitable or nonprofit organization fees

Bona fide charitable and nonprofit organizations must pay the following fees:

Annual Licenses

LICENSE TYPE

BASE LICENSE FEE

GROSS GAMBLING RECEIPTS RATE

MAXIMUM ANNUAL LICENSE FEE

Amusement Games

$65 plus $65 per approved location

0.730%

$1,000

Bingo

$65

0.460%

$11,000

Card Games (House-Banked)

$10,000

1.462%

$40,000

Card Games (Non House-Banked)

$65

0.430%

$1,000

Combination

$125

-

-

Fundraising Equipment Distributor

$270

1.430%

$700

Punchboards/Pull-Tabs

$650

1.430%

$10,000

Raffles

$65

3.380%

$2,000

Enhanced Raffles

$5,000

0.430%

$32,000

 

Event Licenses or Permits

LICENSE TYPE

BASE LICENSE FEE

GROSS GAMBLING RECEIPTS RATE

MAXIMUM ANNUAL LICENSE FEE

Fundraising Event

$180

3.130%

$1,000

Recreational Gaming Activity

$65

-

-

Special Property Bingo / Change of Bingo Premises

$30

-

-

 

Change Fees

TYPE

FEE

Name

$100

Location

$100

Fundraising Event Location, Date or Time

$50

 

Other Fees

TRANSACTION

FEE

Add a New Amusement Game Location

$65

Duplicate License

$50

Review, Inspection, and/or Evaluation of Gambling Equipment, Supplies, Services, Games or Schemes

Deposit and Cost Reimbursement

 


WAC 230-05-170 Fees for other businesses

All other business organizations must pay the following fees:

Annual Licenses or Permits

LICENSE TYPE

BASE LICENSE FEE

GROSS GAMBLING RECEIPTS RATE

MAXIMUM ANNUAL LICENSE FEE

Agricultural Fair Bingo (Annual Permit)

$200

-

-

Call Centers for Enhanced Raffles

$4,800

-

-

Commercial Amusement Games

$500 plus $65 per approved location

1.130%

$11,000

Distributor

$700

1.430%

$7,000

Fundraising Event Distributor

$280

1.430%

$1,000

Linked Bingo Prize Providers

$1,500

0.046%

$20,000

Manufacturer

$1,500

1.430%

$25,000

Manufacturer's Special Sales Permit

$250

-

-

Punchboard/Pull-Tab Services Business Permit

$250

-

-

Gambling Service Supplier

$300

1.430%

$7,000

 

Events or Permits

LICENSE OR PERMIT TYPE

BASE LICENSE FEE

GROSS GAMBLING RECEIPTS RATE

MAXIMUM ANNUAL LICENSE FEE

Recreational Gaming Activity

$65

-

-

Special Property Bingo

$30

-

-

 

Change Fees

TYPE

BASE LICENSE FEE

Name

$100

Location

$100

Business Classification (Same Owners)

$100

Corporate Stock / Limited Liability Company Shares / Units

$100

License Transfers

$100

 

Other Fees

TRANSACTION

FEE

Add a New Amusement Game Location

$65

Defective Punchboard / Pull-Tab Cost Recovery Fees

Up to $100

Duplicate License

$50

Pre- and Post-Licensimg Investigations

Cost Reimbursement

Review, Inspection, and/or Evaluation of Gambling Equipment, Supplies, Services, Games, Schemes or Group 12 Amusement Games

Deposit and Cost Reimbursement

 

WAC 230-05-175 Individuals license fees

Individuals must pay the following fees:

Annual License and Additional Employer Fees

LICENSE TYPE

NEW APPLICATION FEE

ANNUAL RENEWAL FEE

ADDITIONAL OR CHANGE OF EMPLOYER FEE

Call Center for Enhanced Raffle Representative

$275

$170

-

Card Room Employee License - Non House-Banked (Class A)

$200

$95

$65

Card Room Employee License - Class F and House-Banked (Class B)

$275 (in-state); $340 (out-of-state)

$170

$65

Charitable or Nonprofit Gambling Manager

$200

$95

$95

Commercial Gambling Manager

$200

$95

$95

Distributor Representative

$275

$170

$65

Linked Bingo Prize Provider Representative

$275

$170

$65

Manufacturer Representative

$275

$170

$65

Gambling Service Supplier Representative

$275

$170

$65

 

Class B Card Room Employees

Class B Card Room Employees must pay the out-of-state application fee if over the last ten years the applicant lived outside of Washington for six non-consecutive months or more.

Other Service Fees

TRANSACTION

FEE

Change of Name

$30

Card Room Employee Emergency Waiver Request

$65

Duplicate License

$30

 

Military Personnel Returning From Service

If a license expires while an individual is on active military service, the individual may apply to have their license reissued at the renewal fee. The application must be received within six months after completing their active military service. The applicant must provide evidence of the completion date of active military service.

NOTE: All fees are subject to change.  The Commission will notify licensees of amended fee amounts by notice of rule-making. Per RCW 9.46.070, other fees on this schedule, the Commission will assess applicants all actual investigative and inspection costs.

Other Helpful Rules

WAC 230-03-161 Applying for a combination license.

(1) Charitable or nonprofit organizations may apply for a combination license to operate one or more of the following gambling activities:

(a) Authorized nonhouse-banked card games without collection of a fee to play; and

(b) Raffles with gross gambling receipts up to two thousand dollars during the license year; and

(c) Bingo with gross gambling receipts up to twenty-five thousand dollars during the license year; and

(d) Amusement games, owned and operated by the organization, with gross gambling receipts up to seven thousand five hundred dollars during the license year.

(2) You must apply for a separate license if any of the gambling activities in subsection (1)(b) through (d) of this section you operate will exceed the gross gambling receipt limits specified during your license year.

WAC 230-05-104 Defining "base license fee."

(1) "Base license fee" is the fee you pay us when you:

(a) Apply for an organization license or permit; or

(b) Renew your organization's license or annual permit.

(2) "Base license fee" is the minimum annual license fee a licensed organization or permit holder will pay for operating an authorized activity.

WAC 230-05-106 Defining "maximum annual license fee."

"Maximum annual license fee" is the most you will pay to operate an authorized activity for the license year, which includes the:

(1) Base license fee; and

(2) Quarterly license fees.

WAC 230-05-122 Calculating quarterly license fees.

(1) The quarterly license fee is calculated based on the gross gambling receipts from the previous quarter as reported on your quarterly license report.

(2) Each license year, the quarterly license fees will be offset by the base license fee. (For example, if your base license fee is sixty-five dollars and your quarterly license fee is forty-five dollars for the first quarter, no additional amount is due for the first quarter. You would offset any future quarterly license fees by the remaining twenty dollars of your base license fee.)

WAC 230-05-124 Quarterly license fees and license reports.

All licensed organizations must submit quarterly license fees and license reports to us for each licensed gambling activity beginning with the first quarter of their license year. The quarterly license fee is due with the quarterly license report.

The quarterly license reports must be in the format we require and must:

COVER THE PERIOD

BE RECEIVED BY US NO LATER THAN

January 1 through March 31

April 30

April 1 through June 30

July 30

July 1 through September 30

October 30

October 1 through December 31

January 30

 

(2) Be received online at our administrative office or postmarked no later than the dates indicated in the table in subsection (1) of this section; and

(3) Be submitted even if there is no quarterly license fee payable to us; and

(4) Be accurate; and

(5) Be completed by the highest ranking executive officer or a designee. If someone other than the licensee or an employee prepares the report, the preparer must include his or her name and business telephone number on the report; and

(6) Be submitted for any period of time the license was valid even if there was no gambling activity or the gambling license was not renewed.