Standard Twitter Giveaway Terms & Conditions
10 FEBRUARY 2012
a) By participating in a HELLO! Twitter Competition, you fully agree and accept the HELLO! Standard Twitter Competition Terms and Conditions as well as the individual terms and conditions of the specific competition.
b) HELLO! Twitter competitions are also subject to all HELLO! Standard Online Terms & Conditions (available at hellomagazine.com/competitions
c) To enter Twitter giveaways, entrants must have access the internet and have a Twitter account.
d) Entrants must follow @hellomag to be eligible for HELLO! Twitter competitions.
e) One winner will be drawn at random from all complete Retweets & followers logged during the promotional period. No purchase necessary. Entries are only valid if the entry is completed correctly in accordance with the specific Terms and Conditions.
f) Only one entry permitted per person.
g) The winner's name (at HELLO!’s absolute and sole discretion) will be announced on the HELLO!’s Facebook page & Twitter account.
h) The winners will be notified by Twitter Direct Message within 24 hours of the Competition closing date.
i) In order to receive their prize, the winners are required to provide HELLO! with their full name and UK address.
j) Failure to acknowledge receipt of their win, or provide full name and UK address, within 24 hours of receiving notice from HELLO!(or within claim period if specifically stated)will invalidate winner.
k) HELLO! will not be liable for any delays in the receipt of entries and HELLO! does not accept responsibility for entries which are not received or delivered.
l) In the event that HELLO! believes that an entry contravenes these Terms and Conditions, it reserves all rights to delete the entry at its absolute and sole discretion.
m) These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by English law and the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction.
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