British Airways London 2012 Olympic Ticket Give Away: Terms and Conditions

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British Airways London 2012 Olympic Ticket Give Away: Terms and Conditions


1. This competition is open to residents of the UK aged 18 years or over, and must not be an employee of; the Daily Mirror, BA, a BA Group company, LOCOG, a LOCOG group company, or family members of such employees or anyone else professionally associated with the competition.

Entrants confirm that they accept the terms and conditions set out below. These conditions of entry are subject to the London 2012 ticketing terms and conditions as set out at the following website: http://www.tickets.london2012.com/purchaseterms.html. 2. Entries must be submitted by sending your sporting superstition story along with your name, age, phone number and address to britishairways.invitation@ba.com. The subject of all emails must be entitled "Daily Mirror Friday 13 Competition".

3. If your entry is placed on the shortlist you may be required to supply an image. Failure to submit an image may result in your entry being withdrawn. Only one entry per person. 4. There are 50 pairs of Olympic tickets to be won in total. The top 50 stories submitted in accordance with these conditions will be chosen by an independent judge. The decision of the judge is final and no correspondence will be entered into. 5. Late, illegible, incomplete, defaced or corrupt entries will not be accepted. No responsibility can be accepted for lost entries and proof of despatch or sending will not be accepted as proof of receipt. 6. All entries must be received by 1pm on Wednesday, July 11, 2012. Entries received after the closing date will not be entered. 7. Winners will be advised which tickets have been won by July 19, 2012 and will receive the tickets at least two days before their event. The Promoter's decision is final in all matters relating to the competition. 8. All tickets are subject to availability, non-transferable and there are no cash alternatives. Tickets may not be sold, exchanged or transferred. 9. All winners will be notified within three days of the closing date. The winner will be notified by email or phone. Should the winner fail to claim the prize within three days or rejects the prize, the Promoter reserves the right to award the prize to an alternative winner, in accordance with these terms and conditions. …

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