TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE ALDI PLAY RUGBY STICKER COMPETITION
The below sets out the contractual terms and conditions on which primary schools may enter the Aldi Play Rugby Sticker Competition and in which two primary schools are in with a chance of winning prize money of €50,000 each to be used for sports facilities for the school, ten primary schools are in with a chance of winning prize money of €10,000 each to be used for sports facilities for the school and one primary school is in with a chance of winning a training session and/or meet and greet session with Paul O’Connell. The competition is open to primary schools in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
1. INFORMATION ABOUT US
Aldi Stores (Ireland) Limited (“Aldi”) wishes to promote rugby as part of a healthy lifestyle in Ireland. The Aldi Play Rugby Sticker Competition is developed by Aldi and the winning schools will be announced in December 2019.
The Aldi Play Rugby Sticker competition (Aldi Play Rugby) will commence on the 10th August 2019 and will finish on the 8 th November 2019.
2. HOW TO ENTER THE COMPETITION – REPUBLIC OF IRELAND PRIMARY SCHOOLS
All primary schools in the Republic of Ireland will receive two Aldi Play Rugby poster packs with information and leaflets in the post, week commencing the 2nd of September, regardless of whether the primary school in question has signed up to the Aldi Play Rugby initiative.
Aldi customers in the Republic of Ireland who spend €30.00 or more in one transaction will receive an Aldi Play Rugby sticker in store. If the single transaction amounts to or exceeds €60.00 the customer will receive two stickers and so on. The customer should then give his or her child/niece/nephew/neighbour etc the sticker(s) to bring into the participating primary school.
The last date that Aldi Play Rugby stickers can be obtained in stores in the Republic of Ireland is the 8 th November 2019.
3. PARTICIPANTS FROM NORTHERN IRELAND ONLY (INCLUDING PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN NORTHERN IRELAND)
Residents of Northern Ireland may request up to a maximum of eight stickers each calendar month, without the need for purchase, by availing of the following method: Send an Aldi Play Rugby request to the following address:
Aldi Play Rugby Competition,
Participants will be required to provide:
a) Its, his or her full name;
b) postal address including postcode;
c) an email address or telephone number; and
d) a stamped self-addressed envelope.
On receipt of the above, up to a maximum of eight sticker(s) will be sent to the participant. There is a limit of eight stickers per person per calendar month during the promotional period. The last date that Aldi Play Rugby stickers can be requested is the 8 th November 2019.
Primary schools in Northern Ireland must request Aldi Play Rugby poster packs by applying through www.aldiplayrugby.com.
4. COMPETITION RULES AND PROCEDURES
The Aldi Play Rugby poster should be on display in participating primary schools (location at the discretion of the management of the school) and each sticker should be added to the Aldi Play Rugby poster.
Each participating primary school can have no more than ten Aldi Play Rugby posters in the primary school at any one time. Once a participating primary school has completed an Aldi Play Rugby poster (as outlined below), it may request additional Aldi Play Rugby posters on www.aldiplayrugby.com.
The last date that primary schools in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland can order an Aldi Play Rugby poster is the 6th November 2019.
Stickers previously provided for Aldi’s 6 Nations 2019 sticker competition cannot be placed on the Aldi Play Rugby poster and any poster which contains Aldi’s 6 Nations competition stickers will be deemed not to be a valid entry and will not progress in the competition.
When the primary school has collected 300 stickers and its poster is complete, the primary school will nominate one pupil from either 5 th or 6 th Class to complete a test of knowledge (Each registration pack will contain a test of knowledge). The Board of Management of the primary school undertakes to ensure that it is a pupil from either 5th or 6th Class who takes the test and that no assistance is provided to the student during the test. Should there be no 5 th or 6 th class pupil in the school, a pupil from another class may complete the test of knowledge. The test must be completed within the allotted 5 minutes and will comprise of 1 question which will test the pupil’s knowledge. The completed test must then be submitted to Aldi together with the completed poster of stickers. Only entries with a fully correct test result (question answered correctly), a poster with 300 stickers and the schools full details including school roll number will be eligible for the draw. The decision of Aldi will be final in this regard.
Completed entries comprising of the poster with 300 stickers and the completed test of knowledge and fully completed details should be submitted by the primary school to the following address for entry into the draw:
Aldi Play Rugby Competition
c/o Spectrum Print Logistics Limited,
Citywest Business Campus,
The closing date for primary schools submitting an entry is 15th November 2019. Primary schools may enter the competition multiple times by completing multiple posters of 300 stickers each and completing a test of knowledge. However, eligible entrants cannot win more than one prize within the competition. Late or incomplete entries will be disqualified. Aldi will not take any responsibility for any technical or postal failure or malfunction which may result in an entry being delayed, lost or not properly registered or recorded.
The application should be made in the name of the primary school. The entry submission must be accompanied by all of the information requested in the information pack given to the primary schools. Any entry without all of the required information will be deemed not to be a valid entry and will not progress in the competition.
All eligible entrants will receive an Aldi Play Rugby kit (subject to availability) for every correctly completed poster.
By entering into the competition, the winning primary school consents to be part of any publicity surrounding the competition free of charge by Aldi in all media, including but not limited to, television, radio, promotion and all social media and internet for the purposes Aldi wishes.
5. PRIZE DETAILS AND CHOOSING THE WINNER
There will be two winning primary schools who will each receive prize money of €50,000 to be spent on sports facilities at the school.
There will be an additional ten primary schools who will each receive prize money of €10,000 to be spent on sports facilities at the school. One further primary school will win a training session and/or meet and greet session with Paul O’Connell plus a set of new jerseys. If the winning primary school has over two hundred and fifty (250) pupils, a training session will be subject to agreement, in order to facilitate the entire school.
The draws will be held on a date in December 2019 - exact date to be confirmed. The draws will be overseen by an independent adjudicator. Winners will be notified by phone at the nominated phone number provided. Prizes are as stated, no cash alternative will be offered. The result of the draw is final. No correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.
6. KEY PRINCIPLES OF THE WINNERS’ AGREEMENT
When the winning school has been selected to receive prize money of €50,000 or €10,000, the board of management must enter into a contractual agreement with Aldi in the form appended at Appendix 1. If the winning school cannot be contacted or does not sign up to the agreement at Appendix 1 or take any other required action to claim the prize within one month of the draw, Aldi reserves the right to offer the prize to the next eligible entrant selected from the entries validly entered before the closing date.
The winning schools consent to appear in promotional media coverage (without compensation) on the Aldi website or Aldi operated social media accounts or television advertisements as relevant.
Aldi is not responsible for printing or typographical errors in any promotional materials relating to the Aldi Play Rugby Sticker competition.
Aldi will not be responsible for any loss or damage which is not foreseeable or which is outside of Aldi’s reasonable control in relation to the Aldi Play Rugby Sticker Competition.
No responsibility or liability will be accepted by Aldi for entries that are not received or that are lost in transmission for any reason. Proof of sending or transmission will not be accepted as proof of entry. Incomplete entries will be invalid. In the event of any dispute including but not limited to entries the decision of Aldi will be final.
The Aldi Play Rugby sticker competition page and registration for the Aldi Play Rugby sticker competition is hosted by Aldi.
The details of the Aldi Play Rugby sticker competition entrants will be processed by Spectrum Print Logistics Limited, Unit 4044, Kingswood Avenue, Citywest Business Campus, Naas Road, Dublin 24, D24 T6YE and any personal data which Spectrum Print Logistics Limited, collects from entrants or that entrants provide to Spectrum Print Logistics Limited, will be processed by Spectrum Print Logistics Limited,, Unit 4044, Kingswood Avenue, Citywest Business Campus, Naas Road, Dublin 24, D24 T6YE in accordance with Aldi’s policies and will be shared with Aldi. For the avoidance of doubt, Aldi is the data controller and Spectrum Print Logistics Limited is the data processor. For more information please see our privacy notice at www.aldi.ie.
While Aldi will use every effort to ensure the Aldi Play rugby sticker competition is open until the intended closing date Aldi reserves the right to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the Aldi Play rugby sticker competition in whole or in part at any time. All entrants will be notified of any change through the contact details provided on entry/ registration. Aldi will endeavour to give 7 days' notice of such a cancellation, termination, modification or suspension. If this is not possible Aldi shall give entrants as much notice as it reasonably can.
10. APPLICABLE LAW
These Terms and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them or their subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims) shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Ireland and the Courts of the Republic of Ireland will have exclusive jurisdiction in relation to any disputes.