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I want to set up at a local bazaar/market

- Fri, 24 May 2019 16:40:18 EST l6RTWPK0 No.46395
File: 1558730418788.jpg -(315733B / 308.33KB, 1600x1268) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I want to set up at a local bazaar/market
In the state of Texas, in the United States,

Is it legal to sell an item chosen at random?

For instance, let's say I had a box with sealed cards arrayed in a random order, and the customer would, after having payed 5 USD, choose whichever they wanted. Within would be a lot number, which would correspond to their prize. Some prizes would cost less than 5 USD, some more, but neither by very much. Maybe they would be different categories (like "knowledge" or "food") which would graduate in price.

I've tried to look it up, but I can't find the right way to describe the idea to google, and 'wheel of fortune' brings up the game show every time. I don't think it's really the same as a raffle, since everyone is sure to get something
Eugene Sanningfut - Thu, 30 May 2019 10:06:47 EST pIPKtC0X No.46402 Reply
im no expert but it sounds like you're describing an extremely small lottery
Phyllis Daffingchudge - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 14:08:40 EST s+1m53oI No.46414 Reply
Typically, all games of pure chance are regulated the same with some specific exceptions carved out.

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