Heineken Hub competition terms and conditions
Tuesday 03 January 2012
1. All entries must be submitted before midnight (BST) on 31 January 2012.
2. Three winners will be selected at random from all the correct entries submitted in time.
3. Your participation in the competition will allow you one entry into the prize draw. You will not be able to enter the competition more than once.
4. The main prize consists of one Samsung UE40D8000 40" HD LED 3D television, one Samsung HT-D5100 5.1ch 3D Blu-ray home cinema system and two pairs of Samsung SSG-30502/XC Active 3D glasses. Two runner-up prizes consist of one PlayStation Vita console per winner.
5. This promotion is open to all residents of the UK, aged 18 and over, except for employees of Heineken and The Independent or any companies or agencies and families directly connected with the creation and administration of this promotion.
6. The prize winner will be notified by The Independent.
7. Winners will be notified up to one month after the competition closes. Prizes will be delivered up to a month after notification
8. The prize cannot be sold, bartered or substituted for any other prize and no cash equivalent will be offered. No refund or compensation will be made in the event of the cancellation.
9. The Independent's usual competition rules apply.
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