By entering the prize draw (the “Prize Draw”) you agree to these terms and conditions.
This Prize Draw is open to residents of the UK excluding Northern Ireland, aged 16 or over, except for employees of the Arcadia Group and BHS Limited, their families, agencies or anyone else associated with this Prize Draw.
To enter you must make a purchase on Topman.com and enter the code TMWIN250 in the promo code box at checkout. Prize Draw closes at 23.59 11th July (the “Closing Date”). Topman does not accept responsibility for network, computer, hardware or software failures of any kind, which may restrict or delay the sending or receipt of your entry.
The winner will be the first entry drawn at random (by an independent person) within 1 week of the Closing Date. The winner will be notified by phone or email by no later than 26th July 2012. Topman’s decision will be final and no correspondence will be entered into. There will only be 1 winner.
There is 1 prize (the “Prize”) of £250 in the form of Topman gift cards. Gift card terms and conditions apply.
If the Prize is not claimed within 14 days of the winner being notified, Topman reserves the right to award the Prize to an alternative winner.
Prize is non transferable, non refundable and non negotiable. There is no cash alternative. Topman reserves the right to substitute the Prize for one of its choosing which has a value the same or greater than the original prize in the event of circumstances outside of its control.
By entering the Prize Draw the winner agrees to participate in such promotional activity and material as Topman may require.
Winner’s details will be available for 7 days after the draw by sending a SAE to Topman £250 Gift Card Giveaway, Topman Ecommerce Team at the address below.
Topman reserves the right to (i) cancel this Prize Draw, (ii) cancel or refuse any individual’s entry and (iii) amend these terms and conditions (and will use reasonable endeavors to notify changes to entrants and potential entrants). These terms and conditions shall be governed by English law and the English courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction in the case of a dispute.