“Edinburgh Spin to Win” prize draw entry competition will run at the Edinburgh 2023 Kiltwalk event via a form on the Macb website.
To enter via the website form, participants must:
Spin the Macb branded wheel landing on the mystery prize draw
Complete and submit the form found on the Macb website
The winner for the giveaway will be chosen at random.
will be 5 winners total:
1 winner will receive an Amazon Kindle
2 winners will receive Amazon Echo Dots
2 winners will receive £20 One4All vouchers
This promotion is only open to people who are in attendance at the Edinburgh 2023 Kiltwalk event, excluding employees of Macb, their family, and any other person directly connected with this promotion.
No purchase is necessary.
Competition entry closes at 22:00 on 17/09/23. Entries after this date and time will not be considered.
Winners will be announced by 19/09/23.
Winners will be notified via the email address through which they entered the competition.
No cash or other alternative is offered in place of the prize named in these terms and conditions.
The prize needs to be accepted within seven days of the draw.
If the winner does not claim their prize within seven days of notification being sent, the Promoter reserves the right to re-draw and select a new winner (and so on until a winner can be contacted who will take up the prize).
The Promoter is not responsible or liable for any entries that are lost or delayed.
The prizes are non-transferable.
By entering this prize draw, entrants agree to be bound by the Terms and Conditions governing this promotion and by any other requirements set out in related promotional materials such as the use of entrants’ photos on social media.
The Promoter’s decision is final and binding in all matters and no correspondence will be entered into.
The Promoter reserves the right to vary the Terms and Conditions or cancel any or all competitions at any stage in the event of circumstances arising beyond its reasonable control.
Any question concerning the legal interpretation of the rules will be based on Scots law and the Scottish Courts will have exclusive jurisdiction.