The "Prize Draw" (the "Prize Draw") is open to people aged 18 and over who live or work in the following postcodes: BN3 3, BN3 4, BN3 5, BN3 6, BN3 7, BN3 8, BN41 1, BN41 2, BN42 4, BN43 5, BN43 6, BN11 1, BN44 3, BN11 2, BN45 7, BN11 3, BN5 9, BN11 4, BN6 8, BN11 5, BN6 9, BN12 4, BN12 5, BN12 6, BN13 1, BN13 2, BN13 3, BN14 0, BN14 7, BN14 9, BN15 0, BN15 8, BN15 9, BN16 1, BN16 2, BN16 3, BN16 4.
Ensure the postcode used with your competition entry (contact form submission) is correct as it might be used to send a prize to.
In order to enter the prize draw, you must fill in the contact form and enter the prize draw code. You must live within the set range of postcodes
By entering the competition you are allowing Rabbit Group to use the personal information you entered into the contact form to contact you about promotions and services. The option to unsubscribe from each email sent will be available to you.
Once you have entered the competition you are bound by these terms and conditions
To enter the Prize Draw you must fill in the contact form and enter the competition code. You must live within the set range of postcodes.
We will only allow one entry per person.
The prize on offer is a M&S voucher worth £25
The prize draw will close at 11:59pm on 31st July 2016. You must enter before this time for your entry to be counted.
Lost entries are not the responsibility of Rabbit Group
The draw will take place on 1st August and the winner will be notified by email
The prize will be sent to the winner by Rabbit Group via email or post – to be discussed with the winner
If the original prize is unavailable, Rabbit Group can offer a different prize of the same value in its place.
The prize cannot be refunded, exchanged or redeemed in cash
By entering the competition, you are agreeing to be announced as the winner on Facebook and Twitter, using your name.
Rabbit Group are entitled to change or stop the prize draw at any time, or change the terms at conditions at any time.
In any disputes about the terms and conditions, Rabbit Groups decision is final.
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