Terms and conditions: Audi A6 competition

No purchase necessary.

Employees (and their immediate families) of Audi and Independent News and Media Ltd (The Independent) and their associated agencies are not eligible to enter.

All entries on The Independent’s website must include your name, address, a daytime and mobile phone number, email address, and the make and model of the car you drive.

Entry is via www.independent.co.uk/audi-table or by texting “Audi” to 61188.

The closing date for the receipt of entries is 5pm on Friday 8 December 2006.

The winner will be notified that evening.

The editor’s decision is final and legally binding.

The Independent reserves the right to publish the name of the winners and where they’re from.

The winners will be required to give feedback on the restaurant, and their comments will be published on The Independent’s website.

By entering the competition, the winners hereby agree to assign the copyright and any other intellectual property rights of their restaurant comments to The Independent/Audi.

The Independent/Audi reserve the right to use the winners’ details and restaurant comments for publicity and advertising purposes without payment.

The prize is a three-course à la carte dinner for two people at Foliage restaurant, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, 66 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7LA, on Thursday 14 December at 8pm, including two bottles of the sommelier’s choice of wine.

Any additional cost above and beyond the three-course meal and two bottles of wine will be the responsibility of the winners.

The winners be chauffeur driven to Foliage from their home and back again in an Audi A6.

Entrants must be UK or Isle of Man residents, aged 18 or over.

No cash alternatives will be offered.

The Independent reserves the right to substitute prizes of equal value in the event that circumstances beyond its control make this unavoidable.

Only one entry per person.

The prizes are subject to availability.

Neither Audi nor The Independent will be liable for any circumstances beyond their reasonable control that prevent a prize being taken up by the winner.

The Independent excludes all liability to the extent permitted by law for any cost, claims or loss howsoever caused that arise by reason of any person accepting the prizes.

Any personal information collected may be used for marketing and research purposes by The Independent or Audi and may be passed on to third parties for these purposes.

If you do not want your data to be passed on to third parties, please email customerservices@independent.co.uk

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

Standard Independent competition rules apply (see www.independent.co.uk/legal ).

Promoter: Independent News and Media (UK) Ltd, Independent House, 191 Marsh Wall, London E14 9RS (entries should not be sent to this address).

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