WIN Tickets to the PSP Southampton Boat Show
The PSP Southampton Boat Show, the biggest date in the boat enthusiast’s calendar is right around the corner. To celebrate, we’re giving you the chance to WIN one of three pairs of tickets to visit the show for a day between Saturday 13-Sunday 21 September 2014.
This year’s show is shaping up to be the best yet, with hundreds of boats, brands and suppliers, food, bars and new attractions for the whole family to enjoy.
All you have to do to enter is fill in the simple form below and make sure you ‘Like’ our page on Facebook.
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
One child (15yrs and under) per adult ticket is granted free entry when accompanied by the adult ticket holder.
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. There will be 3 separate winners who will receive a prize of 1 pair of standard adult entry tickets valid for one day from 13th September until 21st September 2014.
2. Entrance is by completing all details on the competition form and no purchase is necessary.
3. Entry will open as of the 2nd September 2014 closing on midnight 7th September 2014.
4. Entry is open to all eligible attendees (being persons aged 18 or over).
5. No entrant can select an alternative prize
6. Entry is limited to one entrant per valid email address.
7. All entrants are solely responsible for providing the Organiser with accurate and up-to-date contact details and the Organiser will be in no way liable for any failure or inability to contact any entrant due to any errors, omissions or inaccuracies in the contact details and/or email address that he/she has provided, any other circumstances beyond the reasonable control of the Organiser or otherwise.
8. The draw to determine the winner of the competition will take place on on 8th September 2014. The winners will be selected randomly whose decision will be final, with no correspondence being entered into by the Organiser in respect of any decision made by the drawer. The drawer shall draw three tickets one after the other. The first drawn winner will be the first person entitled to the prize. If this person does not confirm acceptance within 28 days, or cannot be contacted, the prize will revert to the next drawn ticket and so on. If the first winner wishes to reject the prize in favour of giving it back to the Organiser to re-raffle or auction, he/she may do so and the owners of the second and third drawn tickets will not be entitled to the prize.
9. Regardless of whether the Organiser has been successfully able to contact the winner, the winner must communicate to the Organiser his/her acceptance of the prize within 28 days of announcement of the winner on the Website. If the winner fails to do so, the prize will be forfeited and the prize will revert to the next drawn ticket under clause 8.
10. The Organiser shall be entitled to delay the draw at any time.
11. The Organiser accepts no liability for errors or omissions contained within the prize details or any other part of the Website. It is the responsibility of the winner to satisfy him/herself as to the accuracy of any such details and/or any content of the Website.
12. The Organiser reserves the right in its reasonable opinion to disqualify any claimant, competitor or nominee whose conduct is contrary to the spirit of the rules or the intention of the promotion and to declare as void any or all claims or entries resulting from any printing or production errors; to add or to waive any rules on reasonable notice and to cancel the promotion at any stage in the event of circumstances beyond its reasonable control.
15. Once the winner has accepted the prize the Organiser will arrange for delivery to them.
16. The Organiser shall not be liable for any costs incurred by an entrant in connection with the Competition.
17. These Terms & Conditions shall be construed in accordance with English law and the parties hereby submit to the jurisdiction of the English courts.
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Article by Jack Bartrop