The competition runs from Sep 26, 2018 to midday, October 4, 2018.
The prizes are provided and delivered by Coppa Club, and the promotion is operated by LOTI, who operate this website.
To enter the competition, complete the form.
The winner will be chosen using a random number generator, from all correct entries.
You must agree to the terms and conditions to be eligible. But you don’t need to agree to marketing communications from either competition partner, that’s strictly optional.
One entry per person. LOTI reserves the right to exclude duplicate entries.
Entrants must be over 18 and based in the UK.
Employees of the prize provider, the promoter, or their friends and family are not eligible, either.
The prize entitles you to a complimentary visit to our igloos during Igfest on Saturday 17th Novemember, 8pm-10pm, for 4 guests in total. This will include: one main and one starter or pudding dish per person, and 3 bottles of Prosecco.
Prizes cannot be transferred or exchanged, and there is no monetary alternative.
We will contact the winners no later than 6pm, November 12th. If we have not received a reply from a winner by midday, November 13th, the prize will be forfeit, and an alternative winner selected.
If the winner misses their booking without adequate warning, a further opportunity to take the prize may not be available.
Data collected as part of the competition will be temporarily and securely stored only for purposes of administering the competition.
If you choose to opt-in to further Coppa Club emails, your details will be shared with Strada Trading Ltd, who will be responsible for their secure storage.
LOTI accepts no liability for any loss or damage that results from the prize.
LOTI reserves the right to modify the rules to this competition if circumstances beyond our control require it, including the outright cancellation of the competition, for instance, due to the closure of the prize menu. LOTI accepts no liability for loss or damage caused by alterations or cancellation of the prize.
The competition is under the sole jurisdiction of the laws of England and Wales.

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