Terms and Conditions
To go in the draw to win a double movie pass each month visit loveitorloseit.com.au and complete the short online survey.
Competition terms and conditions:
- To participate in the competition, the Participant must be an Eligible Person
- To be an eligible person, the person must reside in Australia and have completed the Love it or Lose it survey
- The monthly prize includes two cinema tickets to only the following cinemas, Ballina Fair Cinema, Kyogle Cinema and Event Cinemas Lismore
- The Prize is not transferable, refundable or exchangeable and cannot be taken as cash
- A monthly winner will be drawn at random commencing 31 December 2017 to December 2018
- To be eligible respondents must provide their contact details within the online survey
- Entry is via the online survey available on loveitorloseit.com.au
- The winner will be contacted via the telephone and / or email contact details provided in the survey. If contact cannot be made within a reasonable timeframe (two weeks) then a redraw will occur
- Council has the right for to disqualify any entrants or entries where you reasonably suspect any unlawful or improper conduct, such as infringing a third party’s intellectual property rights, or if there has otherwise been a breach of the competition terms and conditions
- By participating in the Competition, the Participant agrees to these Terms and Conditions
- Only one entry per person for the entirety of the 12-month competition. Entries on behalf of another person will not be accepted and joint submissions are not allowed.
- If a participant is under the age of 18 years, they will have deemed to have obtained the permission of their parent or guardian an entry into the competition and for the Promoter to use their entry as set out in these Terms and Conditions.
The Love it or Lose it campaign is a collaboration between Ballina Shire Council, Lismore City Council, Kyogle Council, Rous County Council, Richmond Valley Council and North Coast Local Land Services.
This project has been assisted by the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust.