Trade Promotion: Game of Chance
Schedule to Terms of Entry
Name of Promotion: Easter Competition 2019
Promoter: Godiva Australia (ABN 94 619 551 816) Level 10, 360 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000
Competition Period: The competition begins at 9am (AEST) on Tuesday 9th April 2019. Entries into the competition close at 11:59pm (AEST) on Monday 15th April 2019.
Entry Method: Participants (Victorian residents only) must sign-up to the Godiva database instore or online. Winning entrant will be drawn at random.
Draw Details: The draw will take place at 10am (AEST) on Tuesday 16th April 2019 at the Promoter’s offices in Melbourne, Level 10, 360 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000
Prize Details: The first valid entry randomly drawn from all entries received during the Competition Period will receive over a thousand dollars-worth of chocolate.
Total Prize: RRP value $1034.30 (inc GST).
Notification of Winners: Winners will be notified by 5pm (AEST) on Tuesday 16th April 2019 via email
Publication Details: Winner of the prize will be published on the Godiva Australia website – www.godiva.com.au on Tuesday 16th April 2019
Prize Claim Date and Time: Prize/s must be claimed by 5pm (AEST) on Wednesday 17th April 2019
Unclaimed Prize Draw: The unclaimed prize draw will be conducted on Thursday 18th April 2019. Winner of the unclaimed prize draw will be published on the Godiva Australia website and contacted via email on Thursday 18th April 2019.
Prize Delivery: The prize can be collected instore or delivered via Australia Post.
Trade Promotion: Game of Chance
Terms of Entry
- The expense per entry must not exceed the gazetted amount (currently $1)
- It must not be a precondition for entry that an entrant has played a gaming machine, or participated in a loyalty scheme that requires an entrant to play a gaming machine
- Written consent must be obtained from the person whose trade or business is to be promoted by the lottery
- The lottery must be conducted so as to benefit primarily the trade or business being promoted
- Information used to promote the lottery and any scratch and win cards must include:
- the closing date of the lottery
- if applicable, where and when the lottery will be drawn
- the name and date of the publication in which winners' names will be published
- the entry requirements, if any.
- The names of winners of all prizes over $1000 must be published by one of the following methods:
- in a newspaper circulating generally in Victoria
- on the internet, for a minimum period of 28 days
- if the lottery was advertised solely through a trade journal, promotional magazine or similar publication, in that publication.
- The winners of prizes must be advised in writing of the prize
- Certain records must be kept for a period of three years after finalisation of the lottery
- If the trade promotion lottery is to be drawn, the method of the draw must allow each ticket in the draw a random and equal chance of being drawn
- The winner of a prize must not incur a cost to accept a prize (other than a trivial cost)
- If information about entrants is to be used for a purpose other than the conduct of the lottery, this must be stated in the conditions of entry
- A person who conducts a trade promotion must not use entrants' information except in accordance with the purposes stated in the condition of entry
- A person who conducts a trade promotion lottery must obtain written agreement from the business, that the business will not use the entrants' information except in accordance with the purposes stated in the conditions of entry
- An entrant is not required to be present at the drawing of the lottery in order to be eligible to win a prize (unless the entry and draw are to occur on the same day and in the same place)
- The prize must be paid or transferred to the winner within 28 days after the draw
- The winner of a prize may only be substituted via a second draw, and only if the conditions of entry allow it and if reasonable efforts were made to identify the winner that were unsuccessful
- If a trade promotion lottery is conducted with scratch and win cards, the conditions of entry must disclose the maximum number of scratch and win cards to be distributed and the total number and individual value of the prizes. There must also be a condition that printing errors and other quality control matters are not to be used as a reason for refusing payment of prizes
- A trade promotion lottery must be conducted in a manner that is not offensive and that is not contrary to the public interest
- A prize may only be substituted if the substituted prize is of the same or greater value than the original prize and the winner either agrees in writing, or the original prize is unavailable due to circumstances beyond the control of the person conducting the trade promotion lottery and reasonable attempts are made to reach agreement with the winner that are unsuccessful.