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Competition Terms and Conditions

Last updated: 6th November 2019

Prize available: A family ticket to watch Aladdin at the Stiwt Theatre on 7th December 2019

Competition closing date: 27th November 2019


1. This promotion is open to UK (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) residents aged 18 years and over.

2. Employees and their families of Philip Paul Ltd, its subsidiary companies and their agents or anyone professionally connected with this promotion are not eligible to participate.

3. Nexus Point Ltd has been appointed by Philip Paul Ltd as data processor to assist with this competition. They agree that any personal data must be processed fairly and lawfully, and not be processed for any other purpose(s) than the one(s) communicated to individuals at point of entry.

4. Promotion starts 6th November 2019 and ends 27th November 2019 inclusive.

5. To qualify for entry on Twitter, entrants must follow @philippaulcars and RT the competition message. On Facebook, entrants must comment on the competition message with who they would take with them to watch Aladdin.

6. Only one entry permitted per person.

7. The competition prize consists of 2 x adult tickets and 2 x child tickets to watch Aladdin at the Stiwt Theatre on 7th December 2019.     

8. All product / prize images are for illustration purposes only.

9. Philip Paul Ltd competitions are also subject to all Philip Paul Ltd’s Standard Online Terms & Conditions.

10. To enter Philip Paul Ltd giveaways, entrants must have access to the internet and have a valid Facebook / Twitter account. 

11. The winner agrees to the use of his/her name and/or social media handle in any publicity material, as well as their entry. Any personal data relating to the winner or any other entrants will be used solely to complete this promotion (i.e. to send the competition prize). Any personal data acquired will only be held for as long as necessary, then it shall be securely deleted.

12. In order to receive their prize, the winners may be required to provide Philip Paul Ltd with their full name, UK address, contact number and/or email address.

13. The promoter reserves the right in its absolute discretion to verify the winners and to refuse to award a prize or withdraw prize entitlement where there is or the promoter has reason to believe there is, or has been, a breach of these terms and conditions or any instructions forming part of this promotion entry requirements or where a participant has gained unfair advantage in participating in the promotion or won using fraudulent means.

14. Philip Paul Ltd will not enter into any correspondence regarding the eligibility of claims.

15. The winner will be drawn at random under independent supervision, from all entries received. The winner will be drawn on the 28th November 2019 and notified via Twitter/Facebook. In the event a claim for a prize is not received by the promoter within 5 days, or the prize is declined, the promoter reserves the right to withdraw prize entitlement and award the prize to a reserve selected at the same time as the original. 

16. Entries after the closing date/time will not be counted.

17. Philip Paul Ltd will not be liable for any delays in the receipt of entries and Philip Paul Ltd does not accept responsibility for entries which are not received or delivered.

18. Prizes are subject to availability and in cases where prizes are unavailable, a cash alternative will be given.

19. This promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion, including specially negotiated deals, contracts or commercial specification projects.

20. For the name and county of the Aladdin giveaway competition, the winners must write to the promoter at the address below within 3 months of the closing date.

21. The winners must agree to take part in reasonable post event publicity with no further recompense.

22. Promoters: Philip Paul Ltd, Maesbury Road, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY10 8GA.

23. These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by English law and the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction.