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Gaming is prize gaming if the nature and size of the prize is not determined by the number of people playing or the amount paid for or raised by the gaming. Normally the prizes are determined by the operator before play commences.
Any non-gambling premises that wishes to provide prize gaming.
See gambling fees.
Complete the ‘application form for a prize gaming permit’ from the documents section and return to Preston City Council:
Environmental Health Department
Payment can be made through the licensing office on 01772 906910 (option 1) using a debit or credit card.
Your permit will last 10 years from the date of issue. For charges see gambling fees.
A reminder letter will be sent out to you one month before the due date with details of how to make a payment.
No, prize gaming permits do not permit the provision of gaming machines. For information on gaming machine permits see gambling permits and notifications.
Yes, the following premises are already authorised by the act to offer prize gaming, without needing a separate prize gaming permit:
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