I'll give two examples of this.
First example: I was just at a local festival and I was hungry. To get myself a burger, I couldn't buy it with cash. I had to first purchase tickets with my cash, and then exchange the tickets for the food. It was weird, since the exchange rate was $1.50 for a ticket, and a hot dog cost three tickets. The important thing to note here is that these tickets aren't real money and so they wouldn't be recognized as currency anywhere else but the festival.
Is there a technical term for these tickets? Fake money? Artificial currency?
Second example: In the episode of Always Sunny in Philadelphia "The Gang Sells Out", Dennis has the brilliant idea of stimulating economic activity in Paddy's Pub by printing fake money called Paddy's dollars. The idea was to distribute Paddy's dollars out on the street to get people to come in and drink, and hopefully these people would "get hooked" and want to buy more Paddy's dollars to keep drinking at the pub.
Again, Paddy's dollars are specific to Paddy's Pub, and are not recognized anywhere else. What a technical term I can use to refer to this kind of currency?