Competition period: The competition commences at 9am AEST Friday, 15 September 2023 and closes at 5pm AEST Monday, 29 September 2023.
Method of entry: NSW Teachers Federation members must submit their contact details, membership number and answer the question, “Which is your favourite Shakespearean play and why?”, using the questionnaire on the Teachers Mutual Bank landing page during the competition period. An entry is made by submitting the required information on the link provided. The participation limit for entries will be one entry per person.
Eligibility: Those eligible to enter are NSW Teachers Federation members. NSW Teachers Federation and Teachers Mutual Bank Directors, employees and Members Committee members and members of their family (spouse, de facto, parent, grandparent, child, stepchild, grandchild, brother or sister) are not eligible to enter. The selected winner of the competition must provide their NSW Teachers Federation membership number in the competition entry process to confirm eligibility.
Judging details: Competition entries will be judged by a panel of Teachers Mutual Bank employees at 10am AEDT Tuesday 3 October 2023. The winning entries will be selected based on the most creative and original answers, as deemed by the judging panel. This is a game of skill and chance plays no part in determining the winners.
Winner notification: The prize winners will be notified via phone call or email by 5pm AEDT Thursday, 5 October 2023.
Prize details: Ten winners will receive two tickets for the Bell Shakespeare performance of Twelfth Night. The tickets must be redeemed on Friday, 27 October 2023, World Teachers’ Day, at the 7pm performance at the Opera House. Tickets must be presented to gain entry to the performance. The tickets will be under the name of the person who has won the competition at the Opera House box office. The prizes are not transferable and non-redeemable for cash. If for any reason any of the prize is not available due to any reason beyond the promoter's control, the promoter shall be at liberty at its discretion to substitute the prize with another similar prize of equivalent monetary value.
Unclaimed prizes: Winners must provide their contact number by 5pm AEDT Monday, 9 October 2023. If any prize is not claimed by this time, the judging panel will select new winners for the unclaimed prizes on Tuesday, 10 October 2023, using the same criteria as applied for the original selection of winners.
Promoter’s details: The promoter is Teachers Mutual Bank Limited ABN 30 087 650 459 AFSL/Australian Credit Licence No 238981, 28-38 Powell Street, Homebush NSW 2140.
Indemnity and disclaimer: To the extent permitted by law, each entrant releases and indemnifies Teachers Mutual Bank and its agents and employees from and against all liability, cost, loss or expense arising out of acceptance of any prize or participation in the competition including (but not limited to) loss of income, personal injury, damage to property and whether direct or consequential, foreseeable, due to some negligent act or omission or otherwise.
Limitation of liability: To the extent permitted by law, Teachers Mutual Bank is not responsible or liable:
- if for any reason beyond Teachers Mutual Bank’s reasonable control, any element of any prize is not provided. Teachers Mutual Bank, in its absolute discretion, may then substitute a different prize of equivalent value in place of any prize referred to in these terms and conditions;
- if, for any reason, the competition is suspended, varied or terminated at any time, with or without prior warning or publicity;
- for late, lost or misdirected entries; or
- for any change in the value of a prize occurring between the publishing date and the date the prize is claimed.
Teachers Mutual Bank has the right to exclude any person from this competition for any reason whatsoever and to amend these terms and conditions at any time or cancel the competition subject to state regulation.
Teachers Mutual Bank Limited ABN 30 087 650 459 AFSL/Australian Credit Licence 238981.