Black Enough Competition: Terms and Conditions
Win two tickets to see The Hate U Give author Angie Thomas at the Southbank Centre! To enter, visit: https://www.harpercollinschildrensbooks.co.uk/black-enough/ between 17/12/18 and 19/02/19.
Terms and conditions apply – please read the full details below.
This promotion (“Promotion”) is sponsored by HarperCollins Children’s Books, a division of HarperCollins Publishers Ltd (“HarperCollins”), Westerhill Road, Bishopsbriggs, Glasgow, G64 2QT (company number 27389).
This promotion is open to all residents age 13 and over of the UK, Ireland, elsewhere in the European Union, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Malaysia, Singapore, and India, except employees of HarperCollins (or their parent, subsidiaries or any affiliated companies) and their immediate families, who are not allowed to enter the competition.
How to enter:
• Visit https://www.harpercollinschildrensbooks.co.uk/black-enough/ and answer the question: Watch the Black Enough book trailer above and tell us which author believes that ‘Black is fly!’.
The opening date for entries is 17 December 2018. The closing date for entries is 11:59pm on 19 February 2019.
No purchase necessary.
Only one entry allowed per participant.
One winner will win two tickets to see Angie Thomas ‘On the Come Up’ at the Southbank Centre.
The prize is non-refundable, non-transferable and subject to availability. No guarantee is given as to the quality of the prize.
No cash or prize alternatives are available.
Anyone found to be using multiple accounts to enter will be automatically ineligible for the prize.
HarperCollins reserves the right in their reasonable discretion to substitute any prize with a prize of equal or greater value.
The winners of the competition will be selected by a member of HarperCollins Children’s Books Marketing and notified within 2 weeks of the closing date via Twitter messages.
If you do not provide your full name and postal address within 28 days of notification we reserve the right to select a different winner.
All entrants are expected to act fairly and in the good spirit of the competition. HarperCollins reserves the right to investigate any irregularities and disqualify entrants at its absolute discretion.
The prize will be confirmed to the winners within 28 days of receipt of your entry.
HarperCollins reserves the right to select another winner if the original winner cannot be contacted within a reasonable timeframe.
Any application containing incorrect, false or unreadable information will be rejected. Any applications made on behalf of or for another person or multiple entries will not be included in the competition.
HarperCollins’ decision as to who has won the competition shall be final.
To obtain details of the prize winner after the closing date, please write to Abigail Smith, Children’s Marketing, HarperCollins Publishers, 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9FG.
The entry instructions are part of the Terms and Conditions for this competition.
By entering the competition you are agreeing to accept these Terms and Conditions. Any breach of these Terms and Conditions by you will mean that your entry will not be valid, and you will not be allowed to enter this competition.
By entering this competition you are agreeing that, if you win, your name and entry may be a) used for the purpose of announcing the winner and/or distributed to individuals who request details of the winner and/or b) in any related publicity by HarperCollins, without additional payment or permission.
Under no circumstances will HarperCollins be responsible for any loss, damages, costs or expenses arising from or in any way connected with any errors, defects, interruptions, malfunctions or delays in the promotion of the competition or prize.
HarperCollins will not be responsible unless required by law, for any loss, changes, costs or expenses, which may arise in connection with this competition and HarperCollins can cancel or alter the competition at any stage.
Any dispute relating to the competition shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales and will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.