Liquor Store (Series 9) License is a "quota" license allows a spirituous liquor store retailer to sell all types of spirituous liquors, only in the original unbroken package, to be taken away from the premises of the retailer and consumed off the premises.
A retailer with off-sale ("to go") privileges may deliver spirituous liquor off of the licensed premises in connection with a retail sale.
Buyers never pay an auction fee to purchase their alcoholic beverage license—ever!
Sellers never pay to list their alcoholic beverage license.
Sellers only pay a 10% auction fee for any license sold over $30,000.00.
Sellers only pay a flat fee of $3,000., for all alcoholic beverage licenses $30,000.00., and under.
The price listed for each license "already" includes the auction fee.
Our fee structure is unmatched in the liquor license industry!
Liquor License Auctioneers’ preferred independent third party escrow company, Arizona Escrow & Financial Corporation is licensed and regulated by the Arizona Department of Financial Institutions, independently bonded, insured and licensed as an escrow company, in the state of Arizona and is not affiliated with Liquor License Auctioneers, or its subsidiaries.
Liquor License Auctioneers will provide clients with escrow instructions and all related documents, via email, fax or US mail, within 48 hours from receipt of the contract.
The escrow fee specified below are the rate(s) for escrow transactions resulting from successful auctions of liquor licenses on the website.
The escrow fees and costs for the sale/purchase of an alcoholic beverage license are paid for by the buyer.
The below fees include the State and County UCC lien searches
Value To: $19,000 $650.00 $39,000 $750.00 $74,000 $850.00 $149,000 $950.00 $299,000 And up $1,150.00
UPS Overnight Fee (per package) Actual cost. All above fees include the UCC Lien & Judgement search.
Pima, Mohave, Pinal & Yuma have higher UCC lien and Judgement search costs ($150.00 average)
The DLLC will send two (2) copies of the completed application to your local governing body.
The appropriate local governing body will hold a meeting and must either approve, disapprove or offer a “no recommendation” decision on the application.
This action must take place within sixty (60) days of the application's filing.
While the local governing body is processing the application, the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control conducts the background check(s), if the application is: approved at the appropriate local governing body level, and no written protests have been received by the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control, and there is not an objection by the director of the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control, the application will be approved.
If the local governing body disapproves the application or offers a “no recommendation,” or if protests have been filed with the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control, the application must be set for a hearing before the State Liquor Board.
If a local government (city, town, municipality) permit is required for a specific location, the Department of Liquor Licenses Control (DLLC) will not issue a license for that location until a zoning permit has been issued.