The promotion can be entered via the Metanium Facebook page. The entrant can take part in the competition by ‘liking’ the Metanium Facebook page and sharing the Metanium competition Facebook post on their personal Facebook profile.
All entries will be put into a draw and winners will be chosen at random from all entries at the end of the competition.
The Metanium ‘My 1st Years Facebook Giveaway’ competition commences on the on the 21st September 2018 and finishes on the 27th September.
By entering, the entrant agrees to the be bound by the Terms and Conditions.
The prizes are as follows:
Star prize: x7 £50 My 1st Years voucher
Runner up prizes:
50 x Metanium Everyday Barrier Ointment
You must be 18 years or older to enter any competition on the Site and a UK resident.
One entry per person allowed.
All winners will be notified via Facebook at the end of the competition. Winners will be asked to provide their address details in order to receive the prize.
The promoter shall not be responsible for any internet service interruptions or electronic fault.
Prizes will be dispatched to the winner’s designated delivery address. The address has to be in the UK.
At the discretion of Metanium, prizes will be dispatched up to 28 days after the winner receives confirmation of winning and has submitted their details. Metanium hold no responsibility of any delivery delays.
Metanium shall not be liable for any prizes lost or damaged in the post or not received for any other reason outside Metanium’s control.
Prizes are subject to availability and the promoter reserves the right to change the prizes at any time and there is no cash alternative to the stated prizes in whole or in part.
A maximum of one prize per person can be won.
Promoter: Metanium, Thornton & Ross Ltd, Linthwaite, Huddersfield, HD7 5QH
No correspondence will be entered into, regarding the full competition mechanic and prizes. Full list of prize winners can be viewed at the end on the competition.
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