Investment Trends Financial Research Draw HNW 2023
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
1. Information on how to enter and prizes from part of these conditions of entry.
3. Promotion commences 05/06/2023 in all states, with ACT/SA commencing 12/06/2023. Entries close on 31/07/2023 at 5:30pm (EST). The draw will take place Level 6, 143 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia on 02/08/2023 at 3:30pm (EST). The Winners list will be published in The Australian newspaper on 09/08/2023. Winner(s) will also be notified by email or phone if email address is not available with 21days of the draw. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
4. The first prize winner will receive an EFTPOS gift card valued at $6,000. There will be five runners up prizes, each runner up will receive their choice of one bottle of Dom Perignon valued at $699 or one bottle of Penfolds Grange valued at $699. Total prizes valued at $9,495* Prizes are not transferable or refundable or exchangeable. No responsibility is accepted for any variation in the value of the prize.
5. The Promoter may conduct such further draws at the same place as the original draw as is necessary on 03/11/2023 at 2:30pm (EST), in order to redraw the prize should it be unclaimed by that date, (subject to relevant state authorities). All entrants must be of the age of 18 years or over. Any winner/s of previously unclaimed prize will be notified by email and their names published in The Australian newspaper on 10/11/2023.
6. No responsibility accepted for late, lost or misdirected entries
8. The Promoter is Investment Trends 23.02 Tower 3, International Towers, 300 Barangaroo Ave, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia. ABN 14 107 485 656.
Legal aged consumers should be advised to consider the safe drinking levels recommended in the National Health and Medical Research Council Australian Alcohol Guidelines:
To reduce the risk of harm from alcohol-related disease or injury for healthy men and women, drink no more than 10 standard drinks per week and no more than 4 standard drinks on any one day.*
*Based off the Australian Government – National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)- “Draft Australian Guidelines to Reduce Health risks from Drinking Alcohol”