Terms & Conditions

General giveaway terms and conditions

  1. No purchase necessary to enter giveaway.
  2. One entry per household per giveaway. Entrants must be over the age of 18 and an Australian resident, unless otherwise specified.
  3. Duration of giveaway and number of winners specified in post.
  4. Official entry occurs by leaving a comment on the giveaway post (not by Facebook comment or by email response) and via comment(s) approved by blog owner in accordance with specified and limited number of entries.
  5. To enter a giveaway, click on “Leave a Comment” at the top of the giveaway post, and enter your full name and contact email.
  6. See specific giveaway post for prize description and retail value.
  7. This is a game of skill. Giveaway entries will be judged by Lisa Warren.
  8. The judge’s decision will be final, and no correspondence will be entered into.
  9. Winner’s name and email obtained by reliable information entered in comment entry.
  10. Entrants leaving a comment, subject their name and email to public view and provide the blog owner with the right to publicise entrant’s name upon winning a prize.
  11. Prizes to be distributed via communication between blog owner and winner, not winner and giveaway sponsor.
  12. All prize winners are notified via the email provided, and also by an amendment to the giveaway post after the date of the expiration of the giveaway.
  13. Blossom and Bright will take no responsibility for any delay, loss or damage to prizes sent to winners.
  14. This blog to be held harmless in the event that the prize or giveaway in some way negatively impacts the winner.
  15. Sponsor of giveaway always disclosed in post, and the contact for the sponsor available through the blog owner but only released at blog owner’s discretion.
  16. Use of a private social media accounts (Facebook or Twitter) to promote this giveaway is at the entrant’s sole discretion and not required to enter.  Note, promotion of a giveaway via social media accounts such as Facebook and/or Twitter are commonly used as a marketing tool, and also to provide entrant with an extra chance to win.
  17. Void where prohibited by law.

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