Tower of London 2020 Prize Draw

NEW The Tower of London Collection 2020

Tower of London 2020 Prize Draw

Don’t miss out on completing the new 2020 Tower of London collection.

Reserve the £5 gold Proof, £5 silver Proof, £5 silver Proof Piedfort or £5 Brilliant Uncirculated Tower of London 2020 Coin Collection between 12th March to 31st March 2020 and you will be entered into the prize draw to win the following:

 

Gold Proof

  • Two entry tickets to The Tower of London
  • Two tickets to Ceremony of the Keys – an ancient ceremony which takes place at the Tower each night. These tickets are incredibly in demand and can have up to a year-long waiting list for this experience
  • The brilliant uncirculated 2020 collection and display holder

Silver Proof and Silver Proof Piedfort

  • Two entry tickets to The Tower of London
  • The brilliant uncirculated 2020 collection and display holder

Brilliant Uncirculated

  • Two entry tickets to The Tower of London

 

Terms and Conditions

The promoter of this prize draw is The Royal Mint Limited of Llantrisant, Pontyclun, United Kingdom CF72 8YT (“The Royal Mint”). Any promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or any other social media platform used by The Royal Mint as part of the promotion.

The prize draw is valid on orders placed between Thursday 12th March 2020 and Tuesday 31st March 2020 at 23:59hrs BST. To be eligible to enter this prize draw you must sign up to reserve all four £5 Gold Proof, £5 Silver Proof, £5 Silver Proof Piedfort or £5 Brilliant Uncirculated coins in the collection (product codes: 2020TOLGP, 2020TOLSP, 2020TOLPF or 2020TOLBU) from The Royal Mint directly. Upon purchase you will be automatically entered into the prize draw. Any orders placed before the opening or after the closing dates/times will not be included in the draw and no correspondence will be entered into.

One winner from each draw will be selected at random from all eligible entrants by Friday 10 April 2020 and will be notified by email. If an entrant is selected at random for more than one draw, that entrant will be deemed a winner of one draw only, and an alternative second winner will be drawn.

 

The winner of each draw will receive the following:

Gold Proof:

  • Two entry tickets to the Tower of London
  • Two tickets to Ceremony of the Keys
  • The brilliant uncirculated 2020 collection and display holder.

Silver Proof and Silver Piedfort:

  • Two entry tickets to The Tower of London
  • The brilliant uncirculated 2020 collection and display holder

Brilliant Uncirculated:

  • Two entry tickets to The Tower of London

 

Once the winner has been notified, they will have 48 hours to respond to claim their prize and confirm their address for delivery. If the winner fails to claim their prize, or chooses not to claim it, the prize will be forfeited and a new winner drawn. The winner may be asked to participate in any related publicity to the prize and/or asked to write a review of the prize.

Each separate product contained within the Draw may be despatched separately. The Royal Mint will endeavour to despatch the tickets, and first Brilliant Uncirculated coin from the collection in the first instance. The remaining coins and display holder will be despatched by the end of November 2020. The Tower of London entry tickets will be redeemable between 1st April 2020 and 31st March 2021.

The gold Proof winner will also have access to watch the Ceremony of the Keys. Physical tickets will not be issued but the winner will be asked to provide two names of the people attending and the date on which they wish to attend in order to be added to the guest list. Arrival time for watching the Ceremony of the Keys is 9.30pm. The winner will have to leave The Tower of London at closing time and return to watch the ceremony.

The prize draw is only open to residents of the United Kingdom and excludes entrants from Northern Ireland. You must be 16 years of age or older to be entered into the prize draw. Only one winner per household in respect of the prize draw will be accepted. Any winner under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult during their tour of the Tower of London. A purchase is necessary to enter the prize draw.

There is no cash alternative and the prize is non-refundable and non-transferable and cannot be used in conjunction with any offer. Transport to and from the event and overnight accommodation are not part of the prize.

This prize draw is not open to employees of The Royal Mint or their immediate family. Prize draw entry is not conditional to consenting to marketing.

Entrants will be deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions and agreed to be bound by them when they are entered into the prize draw. All decisions made by The Royal Mint relating to this prize draw are final and binding.

Under no circumstances will The Royal Mint be responsible for any loss, damages, costs or expenses arising from or in any way connected with any errors, defects, interruptions, malfunctions or delays in the promotion of the prize draw or acceptance of the prize.

The Royal Mint will not be responsible unless required by law, for any loss, changes, costs or expenses, which may arise in connection with this prize draw and The Royal Mint can cancel or alter the prize draw at any stage.

The information submitted in the prize draw entry are for the following purposes: to enter the prize draw; so that we can contact you to inform you of the outcome of the prize draw; so that we can contact you regarding any publicity requests; so that we may reach you via social media platforms; and as a method of contact for any related or future promotions if you choose to opt in to marketing communications.

Personal data supplied during the course of this prize draw will only be processed as set out in The Royal Mint’s Privacy Policy.

Neither the Tower of London nor Historic Royal Palaces are involved or partners in the management or execution of this prize draw.

The prize draw will be governed by English and Welsh law and entrants to the prize draw submit to the jurisdiction of the English and Welsh courts.

 

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