Discovering Business in Essex Prize Draw Terms and Conditions
Anyone wishing to read the full terms and conditions for our free prize draw can view them on this page.
The Discovering Business in Essex Prize Draw (“the Promotion”) is run and administered by Stansted Airport Ltd ( “the Promoter”)
- You can enter the prize draw if you are a UK resident (including the Channel Islands), aged 18+. Employees of the Manchester Airport Group (MAG) their families or any agencies or persons connected with the promotion may not enter. You agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.
- The Promotion is live from 10am on Thursday 2 June 2016 to 3pm on Thursday 2 June 2016. This date is subject to change and may be reduced or extended by the Promoter if required; and the deadline for prize claims (as set out within these Terms and Conditions) may consequently be amended accordingly.
- To enter fill in a contact card provided at the promotional outlet at the Discovering Business in Essex Exhibition 2016 alternatively submit your business card at the location.
- Only one entry permitted per person. Entries made in bulk or by third parties are prohibited and will not be counted.
- Three winning entrants will be selected at random from all the Prize Draw entries received from 9am on Monday 6 June 2016 to 5pm on Friday 10 June 2016. 3 prizes comprise of: 1x £200 Travel Voucher, 1x VIP-tour of the airport, 4 x Fast Track passes
- There is no cash alternative and the prizes are non-transferable. MAG’S winner decision is final.
- Winners will be notified within 10 days of the closing date. A list of winners can be obtained by contacting Stansted Airport, Marketing, 3rd Floor Enterprise House, Essex within six weeks of the closing date. If MAG cannot contact the winner within 20 days of the closing date, MAG will offer the prize to a runner up, or re-offer the prize in another promotion.
- MAG reserves the right to change these rules or to cancel, alter or amend the promotion if circumstances arise beyond our control.
- The prize draw is subject to the laws of England.