Unlimited Drink Offerings Prohibited.
No licensee, acting individually or in conjunction with one or more licensees shall:
- Offer, sell, serve or deliver to any person or persons an unlimited number of drinks during any set period of time for a fixed price.
- Allow a person, agent, party organizer, or promoter, as such terms shall be defined by the Authority in rule and regulation to offer, sell, serve, or deliver to any person or persons unlimited number of drinks during any set period of time for a fixed price.
- Advertise, promote, or charge a price for drinks that in the judgement of the Authority creates an offering of alcoholic beverages in violation of the purposes and intent of this section, or which in the judgement of the Authority is an attempt to circumvent the intent, and purposes of this section, such as, but not limited to, offerings of free drinks, or multiple drinks for free or for the price of a single drink, or for a low initial price followed by a price increment per hour or other period of time, or for such a minor amount that in the judgement of the Authority the pricing would constitute an attempt to circumvent the intent and purposes of this section.
- With respect to an individual licensee, this section shall not apply to private functions not opened to the public, such as weddings, banquets, or receptions, or other similar functions, or to a package of food and beverages where the service of alcoholic beverages is incidental to the event or function.
The State Liquor Authority has determined that 2 for 1, half price and Happy Hour specials whereby the price of a drink is not lower than one-half of the premise’s normal or regular price for the same drink does not constitute an attempt to circumvent, the intent and purpose of this statute.