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TERMS & CONDITIONS

Terms and Conditions for the Goalden Gate Superdraw Lottery

1. The operator of the Lottery is Midland Sporting Association Limited, a company incorporated in England and Wales with company number 05217266 and with its registered office at 34 Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton, WV1 4DG (Operator). The Operator is licensed by the Gambling Commission (www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk) under the Gambling Act 2005 (licence reference: 5093) to operate the Lottery.
2. The Lottery operates on a weekly basis.
3. Entrants can purchase up to 20 tickets for each week of the Lottery, but tickets are not transferrable between weeks or between entrants.
4. One ticket buys 10 lucky numbers. Every Monday, all lucky numbers that have been purchased during the previous week will be collected together and the Operator will draw 60 numbers at random.
5. Each number will be assigned a cash prize as follows: (a) one number will receive £1,000; (b) one number will receive £150; (c) one number will receive £100; (d) one number will receive £75; (e) two numbers will receive £50; (f) four numbers will receive £25; (g) 20 numbers will receive £10; and (h) 30 numbers will receive £5.
6. The same entrant can win under different tickets, but there can be only one prize per ticket. So, if two or more of the numbers drawn are associated with the same ticket, where possible the number eligible for the higher prize will be retained and the other re-drawn, or if both numbers are drawn for the same prize, one number will be discarded and re-drawn until there is a different ticket.
7. In addition, to the standard draw, entrants who submit their date of birth will be entered into the birthdate prize draw where the Operator will randomly select 3 numbers as follows: (a) one number between 1 and 31, to represent a day within a month; (b) one number between 1 and 12, to represent a month; and (c) one number between 0 and 99, to represent a year. If the number representing the day does not match up with the number representing the month (e.g. the 30th day in February), then the day number will be re-drawn until it is suitable.
8. If the three numbers together equate to a birthdate on record, that person will receive the prize pot. If there is more than one person with the applicable birthdate, the prize pot will be split equally between them.
9. The prize for the birthdate draw is accumulative, so if there is no entrant with the applicable birthdate, the prize is rolled over to the following week.
10. The minimum prize for the birthdate draw is £100. There is no maximum.
11. All entrants for both the standard and the birthdate draws must be aged 16 or over and resident in the UK in order to participate.
12. All prizes are for cash only in Great British pounds sterling and cannot be exchanged for any other prize or currency.
13. All winners of both the standard draw and the birthdate draw will be paid by cheque, which will be sent out within 5 days of the draw to the address on record.
14. It is the entrant’s responsibility to ensure that the address details are correct - the Operator will not be responsible for cheques that are lost in the post, sent to the wrong address or otherwise undelivered where the address on record is incorrect.
15. It is not possible to make the cheque payable to a third party, or to send the cheque to an address other than the one on record.
16. Cheques must be paid-in within 6 months of receiving them otherwise they will expire. No replacement cheques will be issued in such circumstances and no reminders will be sent. During this time, winnings are kept in a separate bank account and are protected from any insolvency of the Operator.
17. If Entrants have a complaint about any aspect of the Lottery or their participation in it, they are invited to contact the Operator on 01902 658 666 or info@midlandsa.com or at the address stated in paragraph 1 above. A copy of the Operator’s complaints procedure is available upon request. Should a satisfactory outcome to a complaint not be achieved via the complaints procedure, Entrants are invited to contact the Alternative Dispute Resolution provider of the Lotteries Council - the Independent Betting Adjudication Service (IBAS). The relevant contact details are below: Post: Independent Betting Adjudication Service, PO Box 62639, London EC3P 3AS Tel: 020 7347 5883 Fax: 020 7347 5882 Email: adjudication@ibas-uk.co.uk Website: www.ibas-uk.com Entrants must send details of the complaint to the IBAS in writing. Use of the IBAS is free of charge to Entrants.

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