Terms & Conditions - The Dictator

1. This draw is open to UK residents only excluding employees or agents of BSkyB, Paramount Pictures or anyone professionally connected with the promotion and their immediate families. 2. No purchase necessary. 3.

Last Updated: 16/04/12 at 16:34

1. This draw is open to UK residents only excluding employees or agents of BSkyB, Paramount Pictures or anyone professionally connected with the promotion and their immediate families.

2. No purchase necessary.

3. Closing date for entries is 4th May 2012.

4. The prize is two tickets to the premiere of The Dictator in London on 10 May, one night's hotel accommodation on the night of the premiere in a minimum 3* hotel, with breakfast and travel contribution to the value of £100.

5. Prize winners must allow 14 days from notification for transfer of travel contribution. Travel allowance will be administered either in the form of a cheque or bank transfer. If bank transfer prize winners bank details will be required.

6. A credit card will be required at hotel check in to act as a guarantee.

7. Once the booking is confirmed name and date changes are not permissible.

8. The first prize winner will be notified on to check their availability and if they cannot attend or cannot be reached within 24 hours another name will be drawn. Paramount pictures are under no obligation to pick a second replacement winner.

9. Winners will be notified via email or telephone. The sending of an email to the email address registered by the winner will be sufficient notification for this purpose and the Promoter will not be responsible for any failure by a winner to receive that email. Please note it is essential that you provide the correct email address, otherwise we may not be able to contact the winner for this prize draw and therefore the entry will be considered null and void.

10. At least one of the attendees must be over 18 yrs and both attendees must comply with the certification restrictions of the film.

11. Paramount Pictures cannot be held responsible if the event is cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances which are beyond their control. In this event the winner will receive tickets to another Paramount Pictures film premiere, of which date, time and location will be specified by Paramount Pictures.

12. These prizes are non-transferable, non-fundable and there is no cash alternative. Prizes cannot be sold on to a 3rd party. In the unlikely event this prize should become unavailable the Promoter reserves the right to substitute for a prize of equal or greater value.

13. Recording equipment may be taken off you and put into safe possession whilst you are watching the film.

14. For the avoidance of doubt, the prize excludes all other costs including but not limited to any additional accommodation, travel/transportation costs including but not limited to car hire, UK transfers, ground transportation, parking costs, any inoculation and/or vaccination costs, hotel supplementary charges, excursions, water sports, spa treatments, telephone calls, room service, mini-bar goods, alcohol, programmes, souvenirs, incidental costs, taxes and any insurance, including but not limited to travel and medical insurance, unless otherwise stated.

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