WIN: Hay Festival VIP Event Tickets With Freixenet

Mimi ON May 16, 2012 AT 4:23 pm

Hay Festival

This Summer Freixenet is sponsoring a series of literary events at the world renowned Hay Festival – The Freixenet Series.  To celebrate these diverse and interesting events we have put together a fantastic prize for one lucky winner (and a guest) to enjoy bestselling author Jung Chang talking to Rosie Boycott about the 25 years since her heartrending and unforgettable book was published.  In addition, the winner will enjoy rubbing shoulders with the other VIPs as Freixenet’s guest in the Graze restaurant for afternoon tea and dinner, as well as overnight accommodation in a funky ‘pod’!  With a copy of Jung Chang’s book and a bottle of bubbly too.

Jung Chang

We also have a second prize of a pair of tickets to hear well known essayist and philosopher Alain de Botton ponder ‘Religion For Atheists’, his new book.  With runners up prizes of Freixenet fizz and Jung Chang’s book ‘Wild Swans’ – so you can sparkle up your day as you relax with a great read!

Freixenet offers a little luxury for less.  Whether you choose the delicious Freixenet Cordon Negro in the iconic black bottle or the fresh and fruity, pink, premium Cava Freixenet Elyssia Pinot Noir, Freixenet is the perfect indulgence, with a Cava for every occasion!

Freixenet

(Full prize details included in ts&cs below)

www.freixenet.co.ukwww.hayfestival.com

To win simply answer the following question:

Which country is Jung Chang’s hit novel Wild Swans set in?

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Beauty & The Dirt, Freixenet Series at Hay Festival Terms & Conditions

1. Promotion open to UK residents aged 18 and over, excluding employees of Freixenet their relatives or families, or anyone connected with the competition. 
You may be asked to supply official proof of age (e.g.; copy of passport/ driving licence/ birth certificate.)

2. Only one entry per person and one entry per household.

3. The prize: 1 x pair of tickets to Jung Chang’s Wild Swans event on Wednesday, 6 June 2012, 5:30pm at the Hay Festival, Hay-on-Wye, Powys, hosted afternoon tea and dinner at the Graze Restaurant Hay, accommodation (in the Grounds of the Baskerville Hotel in a double bedded room/pod) for the night of Wednesday, 6 June 2012, a copy of Jung Chang’s Wild Swans book and a bottle of Freixenet Cordon Negro. Guest must be aged 18 or over.

The Second Prize: 1 x pair of tickets to Alain de Botton’s event on Saturday, 9 June 2012, 11:30am at the Hay Festival, Hay-on-Wye, Powys, a copy of Alain de Botton’s book Religion For Atheists and a bottle of Freixenet Cordon Negro. Guest must be aged 18 or over.

Runners Up Prizes:  3 x a copy of Jung Chang’s book Wild Swans and a bottle of Freixenet Cordon Negro Cava.

4. Transport to and from the event, accommodation, meals other than those stated and any other costs or expenses related to attending the event are not included and are the sole responsibility of the winner and their guest.

5. Full prize information will be sent to the winner via email in advance of the event, tickets are to be collected at Hay Festival, and physical items e.g. books and Freixenet will be sent to the winner’s UK address within 28 days. The Promoter is not responsible for any loss or damage after dispatch.

6. The winner will be the first name drawn, by an independent adjudicator, by Beauty and the Dirt from all entries received with the correct answer and received before the closing date. 
The second prize winner will be the second name drawn, by an independent adjudicator, by Beauty and the Dirt from all entries received with the correct answer and received before the closing date.
 The three (3) runners-up will be the next three names, drawn by an independent adjudicator, by Beauty and the Dirt from all entries received with the correct answer and received before the closing date.

7. The winner will be contacted by email or phone as soon as practical after the draw date and due to the timing of the prize event must respond to such notification within a maximum of two days or risk disqualification and the award of the prize to an alternate entrant.

8. The prize is not transferable and non refundable. No cash alternative is available in full or in part.

9. The promoter’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

10. The winner must be willing to participate in all reasonable publicity.

11. Promoter is not responsible for lost, delayed or corrupted entries howsoever caused.

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