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1. NAME OF COMPETITION: Monty Python Live (mostly) – One Down Five to Go DVD competition
2. METHOD OF ENTRY AND COMPETITION QUESTION:
To enter the Competition visit the Gold website at www.gold.uktv.co.uk/competitions/competition/win-monty-python-live-dvds/ (the "Website") and answer the following question:
Complete the famous Monty Python phrase – “And now for something completely…”
A Similar B Different C Ordinary
There will be 11 prize winners (the “Winners”).
The major prize is 1x Deluxe pack. (A Deluxe pack includes a Blu-ray, a DVD, 2 audio CDs and a 60 page hardback book.)
The 10 runners up prizes are one DVD each.
Together the “Prizes”.
No alternative prize will be given and the Prizes are non-transferable and non-exchangeable. However, UKTV reserves the right to change the Prizes due to circumstances beyond its control or to offer an alternative prize of similar value.
The Winners agree to absolve UKTV from any liability that may result from or is claimed to have resulted from participating in the Competition or from the acceptance or use of the Prize.
It is your responsibility to pay any and all applicable taxes which may be due on Prizes.
4. SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS:
All entrants must be over 18 years of age at the date of entry and a legal resident in the UK.
All entrants must have the internet service or mobile device bill payer’s permission prior to entering.
5. COMPETITION PERIOD:
The Competitions will be open between 31st October 2014 to 17th November 2014. Any entries received outside of the Competition Period (for whatever reason) will be invalid but you may still be charged for the entry where costs apply.
6. WINNER SELECTION:
The Major Prize Winner will be the first correct entry to be selected at random at the end of the Competition Period from all correct and eligible entries received and the 10 Runners-Up will be the next ten correct entries to be selected at random at the end of the Competition Period from all correct and eligible entries received. Winner selection by UKTV is final and no correspondence will be entered into whatsoever regarding Winner selection.
The Winner must claim the Prize by successfully responding to the Promoter’s notification by email or telephone within 21 days of the Promoter’s first notification being sent.
7. METHOD OF ENTRY & COST:
You can enter this Competition free of charge at www.gold.uktv.co.uk/competitions/competition/win-monty-python-live-dvds/ as per the process described in section 2.
8. ENTRY LIMITATIONS:
Only one entry per person is allowed and in the case of multiple entries, only the original entry will be counted. Any automated entries made by a ‘bot’ or by using any similar automated third party programme to submit multiple entries will be grounds for immediate disqualification. Where a Winner has been selected and UKTV discovers or has reasonable grounds to believe that Winner has used a ‘bot’ or similar third party software to submit multiple entries, UKTV shall have the absolute discretion to select an alternative winner. Any further entrant will be selected on the same criteria as the original entrant and will be subject to these terms and conditions.
This Competition is offered to you by UK Gold Services Limited ("UKTV”). Our registered office is at 10 Hammersmith Grove, London W6 7AP.
For all queries or issues with this Competition please contact: UKTV Enquiries at UKTV Viewer Liaison, UKTV PO Box 4307, Manchester, M61 0AH or via telephone on 0845-734-4355.
10. PRIZE PROVIDER:
Entry to the Competition gives UKTV the right, without separate consent or compensation, to publicise any Winners’ names and counties and to make further use of these in printed publications and on the Internet solely for administering this Competition in accordance with applicable law.
12. LAW AND JURISDICTION:
These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales, whose courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction.Back to top