The Event Tutor Competition: Terms & Conditions

A competition in the UK will run on The Event Tutor Facebook and Twitter channels between 20 June and 17 July 2016. The prizes are a free Event Planning online workshop, plus the opportunity to win a personalised event planning tutorial with The Event Tutor.

1. How to Enter

1.1. To enter the competition on Facebook, participants need to like the competition post and comment with the words: Yes, would like to win a workshop full of #EventTutorTips.

1.2. If they wish, participants can add more to their Facebook comment but this is not a requirement to enter.

1.3. To enter the competition on Twitter, participants need to retweet the competition post with the hashtag #EventTutorTips.

1.4. It is a sweepstake competition and winners will be selected at random from valid entries.

1.5. The competition offers a weekly prize for four weeks. This is awarded each Monday, starting 27 June 2016 and ending on 18 July 2016. The weekly winner is selected from the combined entries received through Facebook and Twitter during the previous 7 days (Monday to Sunday).

1.6. All weekly entries are automatically taken forward and entered into a prize draw to win one main prize at the end of the competition, awarded on Monday 18 July 2016.

2. Who can Enter and When to Enter

2.1. The competition is only open to UK residents aged 18 or over, excluding employees and agents of The Event Tutor and anyone professionally connected with the administration of the competition.

2.2. The competition opens at 9am (GMT) on Monday 20 June 2016 and closes at 12 noon (GMT) on Sunday 17 July 2016.

2.3. Entrants can enter once each week between these dates, using either Facebook or Twitter.

2.4. Entrants can only enter the competition once weekly, but they can like, comment, share, tweet or retweet the competition posts as many times as they like.

2.5. Automated/bulk entries and entries from third parties will be disqualified.

3. Prizes

3.1. The weekly prize for winning the competition is the full online Event Planning workshop from The Event Tutor.

3.2. The overall main prize is a personalised event planning tutorial with The Event Tutor on a video chat (such as Skype or Google Hangout), lasting for up to 30 minutes and at a mutually convenient time.  The main prize winner will also receive the Event Planning online workshop if they have not already been a weekly winner of this prize.

3.3. The prizes are as stated and they cannot be sold or exchanged for cash, goods or services.

3.4. The prize can be transferred to a friend or family member, provided they meet the entry requirements (2.4).

3.5. The winners will be notified through the same channel, Twitter or Facebook, that they made their winning entry. All weekly winners will be notified within 3 days of the close of each competition week. The main prize winner will be notified within 3 days of the close of the competition overall.

3.6. Two attempts will be made to notify each prize winner of their win. The Event Tutor reserves the right not to award the prize if the winner does not respond to being notified within the timescale given.

3.7. The winners must claim use of their prizes by 31 December 2016, unless an alternative date is agreed in writing in advance with The Event Tutor.

4. Data Protection and Publicity

4.1. You consent to your name and basic information about you being disclosed on The Event Tutor’s digital channels or other media if you win any prizes under the competition.

4.2. If you win, you also agree to provide a short website review of the Event Planning workshop when you have completed it.

4.2. Any personal data relating to participants will be used solely in accordance with current UK data protection legislation. By entering the competition, you agree that The Event Tutor may contact you in relation to the competition.

4.3. Competition winners will be contacted by The Event Tutor. You must provide accurate contact details on notification.

5. Competition Rules

5.1. The competition will be run and prizes will be awarded at The Event Tutor’s sole discretion. The Event Tutor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

5.2. We reserve the right to refuse entry into the competition.

5.3. We reserve the right to change the competition rules and these Terms and Conditions from time to time. If we do so, we will always have the most up to date terms and conditions on The Event Tutor website.

6. Liability and Indemnities

6.1. Except in the case of death or personal injury arising from its negligence, or in respect of fraud, and so far as is permitted by law, The Event Tutor and its associated companies and agents and distributors exclude responsibility and all liabilities, whether direct or indirect, arising from:

6.1.1. any postponement or cancellation of the competition;

6.1.2. any changes to, supply of or use of the prizes; and

6.1.3. any act or default of any supplier, which are beyond The Event Tutor’s reasonable control.

6.2. The Event Tutor does not accept responsibility for any liability arising from technical incompatibility, problems relating to the internet, or technical difficulties of any kind.

6.3. The Event Tutor shall not be liable, whether in tort, contract, misrepresentation or otherwise for loss of profits, loss of anticipated savings, loss of goods, loss of use, loss or corruption of data or information, or any special, indirect, consequential or pure economic loss, costs, damages, charges or expenses, relating to this competition or its prizes.

6.4. You agree to indemnify The Event Tutor against all liabilities, claims and expenses that may arise from any breach of your agreement with The Event Tutor.

6.5. The competition is not endorsed by either Facebook or Twitter. By entering this competition, you agree to a complete release of Facebook and Twitter from all liability in connection with the competition.

7. Jurisdiction

7.1. The competition and these terms and conditions are governed by English Law. England & Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim that arises out of or in connection with these terms and conditions.