1 OF 10 LIMITED EDITION PALIO DI SIENA EXTRA VIRGIN 1L TINS & NOTEBOOK
To celebrate the launch of our new commemorative tin for 2016, we’re giving 10 lucky people the chance to win a limited edition Palio di Siena 1L Extra Virgin olive oil, together with a stylish printed Palio di Siena A5 notebook.
Perfect for art deco lovers, this will liven up your desk with its fiery and vibrant colours!
All you have to do, is enter the Palio di Siena competition code, which can be found in the Autumn newsletter.
CODE : PALIO
Completion message :
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Ten lucky Filippo Berio newsletter subscribers will be picked at random from all the entrants who have entered with the correct entry code to win A Limited edition Palio di Siena 1L Extra Virgin Tin and A5 Notebook. The prize includes 1x 1L tin + 1x A5 Notebook. The winner will be drawn by 09/12/16 and the winner will be notified by the 12/09/16. The winner is responsible to correspond when notified or this prize cannot be sent. No cash alternative will be offered to the prize. Entry is restricted to UK and Irish residents. Employees of the promoters; Filippo Berio UK Ltd and associated companies and their immediate families are ineligible to take part in this competition. Entry can be made via www.filippoberio.co.uk. Only one entry per household will be accepted. All entries are subject to verification. No correspondence will be entered into concerning the result of the competition. The winners’ names and towns will be available on request by sending an SAE to Filippo Berio UK Ltd (address below). The promoter reserves the right to feature the name, photographs and location of the prize winners in future publicity material. Entry instructions form part of these terms and conditions and competition entry signifies acceptance of these terms and conditions. The Promoter is Filippo Berio UK Ltd, Premiere House, Elstree Way, Borehamwood, Herts, WD6 1JH. Filippo Berio is a registered trademark of SALOV SpA, Via Montramito, 1600, 55054 Massarosa (Lucca), Italy. The prize is provided under the law requirements for the UK and Ireland.