Epson Photography Competition 2010

Win a fantastic Epson Stylus Photo PX810FW All-in-One printer with Wi-Fi

You’ve got the latest digital camera now all you need is a brilliant printer to help you display and share your pictures. Here’s your chance to own one of the very latest and best. The Epson Stylus Photo PX810FW is a top-ofthe-range All-in-One printer that not only prints amazing high-definition photos, it scans, photocopies and faxes as well. Stylish and compact, with integrated Wi-Fi, you can print from any room in your home. It also saves you time – photos and documents are printed in seconds – and money – it uses individual ink cartridges so you only replace the colour used, and is ENERGY STAR® qualified, meaning it uses less power so you save on electricity.


Enter The Competition:
epson@independent.co.uk

Terms & Conditions

Employees, and their immediate families, of Epson (UK) Ltd, The Independent, Red Bulletin and their agencies are not eligible to enter. Entrants must be UK, Isle of Man or Republic of Ireland, residents, aged 18 or over.

All entries must include name, address, phone number, email address and state which photography category/categories they are entering.

The three categories are Speed, Individuality and Style & Design. Competition closes midnight (GMT) Friday 15 January 2010.

The winners will be judged and selected by representatives from The Independent, Red Bulletin, Epson and an independent adjudicator.

Photographs submitted into this competition cannot be returned. Entrants can only submit a maximum of 3 pictures per category.

Entries should be sent to The Independent, Epson Photography Competition, 2 Derry Street, London, W8 5HF. Or, email epson@independent.co.uk

The judges’ and editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. It is a condition of entry that The Independent News and Media Group, Red Bulletin and the promoters will be entitled to use or reproduce winning entries for such purposes as they so choose without compensation.

The Independent, Red Bulletin and Epson reserve the right to publish the surname and county of the winner.

The winner may be asked, but is not required, to take part in publicity. Winners will be notified on Tuesday 6 April 2010.

Prizes will be sent no later than Tuesday 6 April 2010.

Prizes will be sent within 28 days of notification. No cash alternatives will be offered. No purchase necessary.

Neither the promoter, Epson (UK) Ltd, nor The Independent and Red Bulletin will be liable for any circumstances beyond its reasonable control that prevent a prize being taken up by a winner.

We regret entries cannot be returned. Inappropriate or offensive images will not be entered into the competition.

There are three winners (one for each category; Speed, Individuality and Style and Design).

Each winner will receive an Epson Stylus Photo PX810FW. The prize includes delivery.

If you wish to receive information from The Independent, Red Bulletin or Epson (UK) Ltd, please say so when you enter the competition.

By entering this promotion, entrants are agreeing to abide by these rules and any conditions.

For full terms and conditions relating to this competition please visit independent.co.uk/epson

Standard Independent News and Media competition rules also apply ( independent.co.uk/legal ).

Promoter: Epson (UK) Ltd, Campus 100, Maylands Avenue, Hemel Hempstead, Herts, HP2 7TJ

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