National Australia Bank – Win One of Five Double Passes (prize valued at $16,496)

What is the name of the
Spoil your friends with NAB (“Competition”)
Details of Promoter
National Australia Bank Limited, ABN 12 004 044 937, 800 Bourke
St Docklands VIC 3008 (NAB), telephone 13 22 65.
Who is entitles to enter the
competition (the “Entry
Entrants must be:
existing NAB customers,
Australian residents aged 18 years or over as at the start
date of the Competition Period (“Entrant”).
Who is not allowed to
enter the competition (the
“Ineligible Entrants”)?
Entrants aged under 18 years at the start date of the Competition
Employees and contractors of NAB and immediate family
members of employees and contractors.
Employees and contractors of the agencies or companies
associated with the competition.
Individuals who do not complete the Entry Method steps in full.
Immediate family means any of the following: spouse, ex-spouse,
de-facto spouse, child or step-child (whether natural or by
adoption), parent, step-parent, grandparent, step-grandparent,
uncle, aunt, niece, nephew, brother, sister, step-brother, step-sister
or 1st cousin.
What is the applicable
State or Territory (the
“Applicable State/s”)?
Australia wide.
How does someone enter
the competition (the “Entry
During the Competition Period, the Entrant must tell us how they
would spoil their friends at the Splendour in the Grass festival when
they tap and pay with their NAB digital wallet by commenting on the
NAB Facebook competition post.
When will the competition
run (the “Competition
Start Date: Monday 1 July at 12pm (midday) AEST.
End Date: Monday 9 July at 9am AEST.
What is the maximum
number of entries per
Entrant (the “Maximum
Number of Entries”)?
There is no limit of entries.
How will the winners and
runners up be chosen (the
“Entry Criteria”)?
There will be five winners selected (there are no runners up).
Entrant comments will be judged on the following criteria:
Winners will be based on the most creative written entry.
Submissions must be culturally sensitive.
This is a Game of Skill and chance plays no part in
determining winners. Each valid entry will be individually
judged on the basis of the Entry Criteria.
Do any special
considerations need to be
met for the winner to
accept the Prize?
The Prize is not transferable or exchangeable
and cannot be redeemed for cash. If a winner
does not claim the Prize at the time set by
NAB, the winner will forfeit their Prize.
Each winner must be available to travel to
Byron Bay to claim the prize (between July 17
and July 21 2019).
What are the details and
value of each prize (the
Five competition winners will each receive:
A five day VIP camping double pass to Splendour in the
Grass 2019
Return flights to Byron Bay
Event transfers
Spending money
Backstage tour
The Total Maximum value per prize winner is approx. $3299.
How are prizes to be
The prize will be organised by NAB or their agents with each
winner. The accommodation and flights if required will be booked
via email and phone. Each winner must be available to travel to
Byron Bay to claim the prize (between July 17 and July 21 2019).
What is the total value of
all prizes (the “Total Prize
The total prize (per winner) is up to $3299. The total prize pool
including all five winners is up to $16,496.
How and when will the
winner(s) be notified (the
“Notification Method” and
“Notification Date”)?
The winners will be announced by NAB in the comments of the
competition post by 12pm AEST, 9 July 2019.
When must the winner(s)
claim their prize(s) (the
“Prize Claim Date and
The winners must claim the prize by 12pm AEST 10 July 2019.
Otherwise the winner will forfeit their prize.
Is there a fee for entry? There is no entry fee.
What are the permit
– one per state (insofar as permits are required)
Conditions of Entry
1. These Conditions of Entry must be read together with the Schedule. By entering, entrants accept
these conditions.
2. Entry is open to residents of the Applicable State/s who comply with the Entry Requirements (if
any). Entries submitted by Ineligible Entrants are not accepted. If entry is permitted to persons under
18, those entrants must first obtain consent of their parent or guardian.
3. The Competition will be run during the Competition Period.
4. The Prize is not transferable or exchangeable and cannot be redeemed for cash. If a winner does
not take a part of the Prize at the time set by NAB, the winner will forfeit that part. NAB accepts no
responsibility for changes in Prize value
5. To enter, Entrants must follow the Entry Method, noting any Entry Details, and submit their entries
during the Competition Period.
6. All valid entries will be entered into the Competition. Entries must be received during the
Competition Period. NAB has no control over telecommunications networks and accepts no
responsibility for problems associated with them. Entries are deemed received at the time of receipt
into NAB’s database, not at the time of transmission. Entries submitted using any form of automated
entry device or software are ineligible. Entries not fully complying with these Conditions of Entry will
be deemed invalid. NAB accepts no responsibility for late, lost, incomplete, delayed, corrupted,
illegible or misdirected entries whether due to error, omission, alteration, deletion, destruction,
transmission interruption, tampering, theft, destruction failure or otherwise.
7. The five best valid entries as determined by the judges according to the Entry Criteria will each win
the Prize described in the Schedule. The Total Prize Pool is set out in the Schedule.
8. This is a Game of Skill and chance plays no part in determining winners. Each valid entry will be
individually judged on the basis of the Entry Criteria. The judges’ decision will be final and no
correspondence will be entered into.
9. All entries will become NAB’s property. Each entry must be the entrant’s original work and entrants
agree that NAB may make copies of or publish their entry in any form or media. Entrants warrant that
their entry is not, and its use by NAB will not be, in breach of any person’s intellectual property rights
or any other rights.
10. In consideration for awarding a Prize to a winner, winners agree to participate in any promotional
activity regarding winning the Prize and consent to their name and image being used in promotional
11. Where a Prize consists of travel, travel may be restricted to periods other than peak periods and
must be booked and completed in accordance with any terms prescribed by NAB and/or the travel
arranger. If the Prize is event based, travel must coincide with the event dates. Flights and
accommodation are subject to availability. Winners and any travel companions are responsible for all
other costs associated with the Prize including but not limited to meals, taxes, travel insurance and
other ancillary costs. Entrants acknowledge that there may be some inherent risks in some aspects of
using the Prize and that it is their responsibility to ensure that they are sufficiently healthy and fit so as
to undertake activities associated with the Prize. It is a condition of accepting such Prize that upon
request the winner will sign a legal release in favour of NAB and/or the issuer of the Prize and the
agencies associated with the competition.
12. Winners will be notified on the Notification Date by the Notification Method described in the
13. NAB may request winners to provide proof of identity and proof of residency at the nominated
Prize delivery address. Identification considered suitable for verification is at the discretion of NAB.
14. Prizes must be claimed by the Prize Claim Date and Time otherwise that winner will forfeit the
Prize and NAB will distribute the Prize to the next best valid entry that has not already received a
15. NAB does not warrant and makes no representations that any Prize will be fit for any purpose or
will be of merchantable quality. If liability under any terms implied at law cannot be excluded, the
liability of NAB and its associated agencies is limited to the resupply of the Prize or the cost of its re-
16. If for any reason this promotion is not capable of running as planned or if the administration,
security, fairness, integrity or proper conduct of this promotion is affected for any reason, NAB may in
its sole discretion cancel, terminate, change or suspend the competition. NAB may disqualify any
individual who tampers (or benefits from the tampering) with the entry process or the conduct of the
competition or who has, in NAB’s opinion, engaged in conduct which is fraudulent, misleading or
generally damaging to the reputation of NAB or has breached these Conditions of Entry.
17. NAB will not be liable for any loss (including without limitation, consequential or indirect loss), cost
or damage, personal injury or death which is suffered (whether or not due to the negligence of any
person) in connection with entering the competition or using the Prize, except any liability which
cannot be excluded by law (and if so, that liability is limited to the minimum allowable by law).
18. NAB accepts no responsibility for the tax implications of Prize winnings. Winners should obtain
independent tax advice to determine how this may affect their circumstances.
19. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of
these rights.
20. The personal information entrants provide will be used by NAB, and may be disclosed to its
agents, solely to conduct the competition and distribute the Prize. For more information about NAB’s
privacy practices, including how to request access personal information held by it and/or request that
it be corrected, view NAB’s Privacy Policy at or call 13 22 65 (or 1300 363
647 for hearing impaired individuals with telephone typewriters).