Terms and Conditions of Entry – Maya Gold Metro and Evening Standard December 2012
- Information on how to enter forms part of these conditions of entry. Participation
in this competition constitutes acceptance of these conditions of entry.
- Entry is open only to UK residents aged 16 years and over. Directors, management
and employees (and the immediate families of directors, management and employees)
of the Promoter or the agencies or companies associated with this competition are
ineligible to enter.
- Entrants will only be entered into the draw once. First valid entry per individual
is the only accepted entry from that individual.
- To enter, entrants must visit the URL from the Metro or Evening Standard newspapers and enter their name, address, email and postcode, and answer the question into the form provided (internet access required) by the Closing Date.
- The Promoter accepts no responsibility for late, incomplete, incorrectly submitted,
corrupted or misdirected entries, claims or correspondence whether due to error,
omission, alteration, tampering, deletion, theft, destruction, transmission interruption,
communications failure or otherwise.
- There are one hundred prizes to be won consisting of a 100g Green and Black’s Maya Gold bar, which will be delivered to the address given with three weeks of the closing date
- The competition begins on Thursday 20th December 2012 and closes at 5:30pm on Saturday 22nd December 2012 (the ‘Closing Date’).
- The winners will be selected at random from all valid entries received.
- The winners will be notified via the email address provided with three weeks of the closing date.
- The winners must, at the Promoter’s request, participate in all promotional activity (such as publicity and photography) surrounding the winning of the prize, free of charge, and they consent to the Promoter using their name and image in promotional material.
- The Promoter and its associated agencies and companies will not be liable for any
loss (including, without limitation, indirect, special or consequential loss or
loss of profits), expense or damage which is suffered or sustained (whether or not
arising from any person’s negligence) in connection with this competition or accepting
or using the prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law (including
personal injury, death and fraud) in which case that liability is limited to the
minimum allowable by law.
- The prizes are not transferable or exchangeable and cannot be redeemed for cash
or any other form of compensation. In the event for any reason the prize winners
do not take an element of the prize at the time stipulated by the Promoter, then
that element of the prize will be forfeited by the winners and neither cash nor
any other form of compensation will be supplied in lieu of that element of the prize.
If for any reason a prize is not available, the Promoter reserves the right to substitute
another prize for it, in its sole discretion, of equal or higher value.
- If for any reason any aspect of this competition is not capable of running as planned,
including by reason of infection by computer virus, network failure, bugs, tampering,
unauthorised intervention, fraud, technical failures or any cause beyond the control
of the Promoter which corrupts or affects the administration, security, fairness,
integrity or proper conduct of this competition, the Promoter may in its sole discretion
cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the competition, or invalidate any affected
- If a winning entry is deemed not to comply with these conditions of entry, the entry
will be discarded and a new winner of the prize will be randomly selected.
- The Promoter reserves the right to publish the names and counties of residence of
the competition winners.
- The names of the winners may be obtained by sending a stamped addressed envelope
to: Green & Black’s, Baking competition, Cadbury House, Sanderson Road, Uxbridge, UB8
- The promoter is Green & Blacks (the ‘Promoter’) whose address is at Cadbury House,
Sanderson Road, Uxbridge, UB81DH .
- These terms and conditions are governed by English Law and shall be subject to the
exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.