Official Contest Rules for "Win a pair of season tickets for the 2019-20 season"
"Win a pair of season tickets for the 2019-20 season", presented by the Montreal Canadiens.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ THESE OFFICIAL RULES AND REGULATIONS ("OFFICIAL RULES") BEFORE ENTERING THE "WIN A PAIR OF SEASON TICKETS FOR THE 2019-20 SEASON" (THE "CONTEST") PRESENTED BY THE MONTREAL CANADIENS ("CANADIENS" OR "THE CONTEST ORGANIZERS"). BY ENTERING THIS CONTEST, ENTRANTS CONFIRM HAVING MET ALL ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS HEREINAFTER AND AGREE TO COMPLY WITHOUT LIMITATION WITH THESE RULES AND ANY DECISIONS BY THE CANADIENS, WHICH ARE, EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED HEREIN, FINAL IN ALL RESPECTS WITH REGARD TO THE CONTEST.
The Contest starts on August 6th, 2019 at 10:00 am (ET) and ends on September 26th, 2019 at 11:59 pm (ET). The date and time at which an entry is received will determine its eligibility in the Contest.
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. The Contest is open solely to all Club 1909 members and who have reached the age of majority in their province of residence on the Contest start date. This Contest is not open to (i) employees of the Canadiens, or of their advertising and promotional agencies as well as their mandataries, representatives, affiliated companies, subsidiaries, associated companies, and (ii) members of the immediate family (parents, children, brother, daughter and spouse) of the persons mentioned in (i) above regardless of their address of residence and (iii) persons residing under the same roof as those mentioned above in (i) and (ii).
How to Enter
To register for the contest, participants must visit www.club1909.com. They must then follow the instructions by clicking on "Register here" to create a Club 1909 account by filling out the required fields. If the participant already has a Club 1909 account, he must click on "Sign-in" and insert his username and password. Once in the Club 1909 portal, find the "Contest" tab or section and click on "All contests". Once in this page, find the "Win a pair of season tickets for the 2019-20 season". To participate, the user must trade his Club 1909 points for contest entry forms. A maximum of ten (10) entry forms can be obtained during the contest period. For each one hundred (100) points traded you will obtain one entry in the contest. The participant can trade his points for entry forms until he reaches the maximum number of entry forms per participant i.e. ten (10) or until the end date of the contest period. Any person who enters or tries to enter the contest more times than permitted in accordance with the parameters set above or that uses more than one email address or Club 1909 account or uses any robotized, automated, electronic or other means to enter not authorised under the present rules will be disqualified. Odds of winning will depend on the number of entries. No purchase necessary.
One winner will be randomly selected from all participants during the contest period. He will be contacted by email. The email used will be the one associated with the participation. This email may be the one used on the user's social account network. The winner will have to send us his contact information for the awarding of the prize.
One (1) grand prize
A pair of Red B season tickets for the 2019-20 season (41 regular season games) valued at 10 273$. The choice of seats will be at the sole discretion of the Contest Organizers and communicated to the winner in September 2019.
The prize may differ from the photos used in the advertising and promotional material, including, without limitation, print ads, websites and electronic advertising banners. The prize cannot be replaced or exchanged for a sum of money. The prize must be accepted "AS IS" WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or implied (including, without limitation, any implicit warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose). The prize may be substituted only at the Canadiens' entire discretion. If it is impossible to award the prize in accordance with these Rules, the Canadiens reserve the discretionary right to substitute the prize for a prize of equal or higher value.
Conditions regarding use of the tickets:
The draw will be held in Montreal at 1275, St-Antoine street West on September 27 th, 2019 around 1 p.m. (ET). If the entrant selected at random cannot be reached within three (3) business days following the draw date or if the Canadiens determine (at their sole discretion) that the selected entrant does not meet all the Contest requirements as set in these Rules, another draw will take place. This process will be followed until an eligible entrant is declared the prize winner. To be so declared, the entrant must confirm his/her acceptance and compliance with the Contest Rules and release the Montreal Canadiens, Club 1909, the National Hockey League and member teams, the National Hockey League Players' Association, their respective employees, directors, persons in charge, officers, affiliated companies, parent companies, representatives, subsidiaries, professional advisers and advertising and promotional agencies (collectively the "Released Parties") from any and all liability in connection with or arising out of this Contest, including, without limitation, any liability regarding acceptance or use of the prize awarded, conduct of the Contest and selection of winner. Winner will have to sign a declaration form (the "Declaration form") that he/she will receive by email from the Contest Organizers on the same day and he/she must email back a scanned version of it to the Contest Organizers within five (5) business days following its receipt. The fact of being declared a winner is dependent upon signing the Declaration form by which the person whose entry was drawn confirms the consents and facts mentioned in these Rules and is also dependent on the person correctly answering, without assistance, the mathematical skill-testing question appearing on the said form.
Failure to comply with the terms and conditions mentioned above or any of the terms and conditions mentioned in these Rules will result in the disqualification of the entrant's selected entry. In such a case, the Contest Organizers may, at their sole discretion and time permitting, hold a new random draw among the other entrants for the same draw in accordance with these Rules to name a new prize winner.
Ownership of Entries
All entries and materials submitted to the Canadiens in connection with the Contest (collectively,
"Entry Materials"), along with all copyright, trademark and other proprietary rights associated therewith, become the property of the Canadiens upon submission, and Entry Materials will not be returned to any entrant. All entrants agree to take, at the Canadiens' expense, any further action (including, without limitation, execution of affidavits and other documents) reasonably requested by the Canadiens to effect, perfect or confirm the Canadiens' ownership rights as set forth above in this Section.
Use of Personal Information and of Winner's Name, Likeness, Etc.
By participating in the Contest, each entrant consents to the collection, use and disclosure of his or her personal information by the Canadiens for the purposes of administering the Contest, awarding the prize and announcing the winner. Except where prohibited by law, by entering the Contest, all entrants hereby grant to the Canadiens the unlimited right (but not the obligation) to publish and use, without payment or other compensation and without notice, consent or approval, his/her name, photograph and likeness, address (city/town and province/territory), voice, and the whole or part of any statement or statements he/she has made or makes about the Contest or a prize in any publicity, program or advertising, without geographic limit and in perpetuity, in any medium now known or hereafter devised (including, without limitation, the Internet), and hereby consents unconditionally to any such publication or use without further notice, consent, approval or compensation.
Verification. The Declaration form is subject to verification by the Contest Organizers. It may be declared invalid if it is incomplete, illegible, mutilated, fraudulent, registered or submitted late, if it bears an invalid email address or phone number, does not bear the correct answer to the mathematical skill testing question or is, in any other way, non compliant to the present Rules. In such a case, it will be rejected and will not give right to the prize.
Disqualification. The Canadiens reserve the right to disqualify any entrant and void any entries of that entrant who it believes has entered or attempted to enter using means contrary to these Rules or that would be unfair to other entrants (for example: number of entries above the limit allowed).
Contest rollout. Any attempt by any person to deliberately damage the Contest website or any other website related thereto or to sabotage the legitimate running of the Contest constitute a violation of civil and criminal law and the Canadiens reserve the right to cancel all entries made by that participant and seek damages to the fullest extent permitted by law.
Prize acceptance. The prize must be accepted as it is described in the present Rules and cannot in any case be in totality or in parts transferred to another party, substituted for another prize or traded against money, subject to what is provided in the following section.
Prize substitution. In the event where it would be impossible, difficult and/or more expensive for the Contest Organizers to give a prize (or part of a prize) as it is described in the present Rules, they reserve the right to give a prize (or part of a prize) of the same nature and of equivalent value.
Limitation of responsibility: use of the prize. By entering the Contest, each entrant selected for a prize releases the Released Parties from any and all liability in regards any damages which he/she may incur as a result of accepting or using the prize.
Website function. The Contest Organizers in no way guarantee that the contest website or any related website will be accessible or functional without interruption during the contest period or that it will be free of errors.
Limitation of responsibility: contest operation. The Released Parties are not liable for any faulty computer components, software, or line of communication, or for the loss or absence of network communication capability, or for any faulty, incomplete, incomprehensible, or erased computer or network transmissions that make it difficult or render an individual unable to enter the Contest. As well, the Released Parties are not liable for any damage or loss that may be caused, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, by the loading or downloading of any webpage, software, or other item or the transmission of any information with a view to participating in the contest.
Modification of the contest. The Contest Organizers reserve the right, at their sole discretion, to cancel, terminate, modify, or suspend this Contest in whole or in part should human intervention or an event take place that could modify or affect the administration, security, impartiality, or conduct of the Contest as provided herein, subject to approval by Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux du Québec, if required.
End of contest entry. In the event that the computer system is unable to register all Contest entries during the Contest period, for any reason whatsoever, or Contest entry must end in whole or in part before the date indicated herein, winner may be drawn, at the discretion of Contest Organizers, from among the entries duly registered during the Contest period or, where applicable, up to the date of the event that put a stop to Contest entry.
Prize limit. In no case will Contest Organizers be required to award more prizes than set forth herein, or award a prize otherwise than as provided for herein.
Limitation of liability: contest entry. By entering or attempting to enter this Contest, all persons entering or attempting to enter this Contest release the Released Parties from all liability for any damage they may suffer by entering or attempting to enter the Contest.
Authorization. By taking part in this Contest, any entrant selected for a prize authorizes the Contest Organizers and their representative to use, if required, their name, photograph, likeness, voice, place of residence, and/or statement about the prize for advertising purposes without compensation of any kind.
Communication with entrants. No communication or correspondence will be exchanged with entrants as part of this Contest other than in accordance with these Rules or at the initiative of Contest Organizers.
Ownership. The Declaration form is the property of the Contest Organizers and will not be returned to entrant under any circumstance.
Entrant identification. For the purposes of these rules, the entrant is the person whose name appears on the Club 1909 account. This is the person to whom the prize will be awarded if selected and declared a winner.
Decisions by the Contest Organizers. Any decision by the Contest Organizers or their representatives regarding this Contest is final and binding, subject to any decision by Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux du Québec with respect to any matter under its jurisdiction.
Disputes. For Quebec residents, disputes about the organization or conduct of a promotional contest may be submitted to Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux for a ruling. Disputes regarding the awarding of prizes may be submitted to the Régie only for the purposes of helping the parties reach a settlement.
Severability. If a section of these rules is declared or deemed illegal, unenforceable, or invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, that section will be considered null and void, but all other sections that are not affected will be enforced to the extent permitted by law.
Language. In the event of any discrepancy between the French and English versions of these rules, the French version will prevail.