Zeke Chaparral wrote:Last year, the scholarship tickets were non-transferable, but my low-income ticket was just a regular printed ticket with a lower price.
As far as income/expenses documents, we are looking for a big picture look of what you take in and have to spend so your unemployment info, any other "big" expense documents and an itemization of the smaller things. There will be also be a blank to type in an explanation if it's not clear in the documents.
For the same house question, it's fine if people live together, we just need separate applications with their individual
explanations of their situation.
cpart wrote:If we don't get tickets in this first sale, and we don't plan on buying them later, can we apply? It seems to only state you can't buy one if you PURCHASED one. But I thought I'd check to see what everyone else thinks of the wording.
Q: If I purchase tickets through the Main Sale, can I still purchase tickets through the Open Sale or the Low Income program?
A: Yes and no. If you purchased tickets in the Main Sale, you may purchase up to two additional tickets through the Open Sale. Nobody may buy more than four (4) tickets total, regardless of which sale or price. If you purchase tickets in the Pre-Sale, Main Sale, or Open Sale, you are ineligible to apply for Low Income tickets. However, if you are not selected in the random drawing or the Open Sale you can still apply for a Low Income ticket if you feel you need one.
Savannah wrote:cpart wrote:If we don't get tickets in this first sale, and we don't plan on buying them later, can we apply? It seems to only state you can't buy one if you PURCHASED one. But I thought I'd check to see what everyone else thinks of the wording.Nobody may buy more than four (4) tickets total, regardless of which sale or price.
trilobyte wrote:If you registered for but were not awarded tickets in the main sale, you may apply for tickets in the low income program.
My understanding is that if you purchase a ticket in the open sale or apply for tickets through STEP, your application for a low income ticket will be automatically rejected (or an approved application voided/canceled).
rumajo wrote:What is puzzling me is this statement from the Low Income FAQ:
"To be eligible for a low income ticket you cannot purchase another ticket for 2012."
Does this mean that if I am not awarded a Low Income then, in March, I am not eligible to apply for the Open Sale?
thanks & have a GREAT weekend!
frankbank wrote:My sister is a full time student with no job. How does she show proof for low income ticket????
tattoogoddess wrote:frankbank wrote:My sister is a full time student with no job. How does she show proof for low income ticket????
the W2 the school sends her.
Q: What kinds of documents are you looking for to prove my financial situation?
A: 2011 or 2010 tax forms, student loan documents, a paycheck stub are all good documents to provide. We are looking for whatever you can provide to show your income and expenses. There is also room on the application to explain your situation. Out goal is to make sure these tickets are awarded to those who truly need them so the more information you can provide, the better.
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