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All our prizes are country specific – we'll need to know which country you live in so we can show you the right prizes. Make sure you pick the right country though as changing it if you get it wrong is really difficult!

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    Your Advertising Consent and it's Role in Paying for Prizes
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    Your Advertising Consent and it's Role in Paying for Prizes

    We love bringing you great prizes, but those prizes have to be paid for. We do this by running adverts on our website where advertisers pay us money to show you ads. So, without any advertising we don’t make any money, and without any money, there are no prizes. Long story short, no ads = no website (and no fun).

    For us to be able to run adverts on our site properly, we need to use ‘cookies’. Not the chocolate chip variety (yum), but the computer versions; small bits of code that help our advertising partners work out what ads to show, when and to who. If (like us) you have an inner geek, or are just interested to know what cookies do and how they work, take a look here. These cookies are known as ‘3rd party’ as they are owned and managed by people other than us; below is a list of all the 3rd party advertising cookies we directly use, information about those companies, details of how you can control the use of these cookies and the information within them.

    AppNexus
    AppNexus uses unique cookies to identify web browsers and to store data for advertising purposes, including interest-based advertising. AppNexus is designed to use only non-Personal Identifiable Information (PII), and AppNexus has contractual provisions that prohibit its client from associating Platform cookies with PII. AppNexus uses cookies to associate non-PII with browsers and devices, so that clients can then use the information to select ads for delivery by the Platform. Further information can be found on the Appnexus website

    Google Advertising Services (AdSense, AdX, Doubleclick)
    Google use cookies to serve ads based on a user's previous visits to websites. Google's use of advertising cookies enables it and its partners to serve ads to you based on your visit to our sites and/or other sites on the Internet. You may opt out of personalised advertising by visiting Google Ads Settings

    OpenX
    These cookies collect information about your browsing habits in order to make advertising more relevant to you and your interests. They are also used to limit the number of times you see an advertisement as well as help measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. The cookies remember the websites you visit and that information is shared with other parties such as advertisers. Further information can be found on the OpenX website

    Oath (Aol, ADTECH)
    A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers stored on to your browser when you access certain websites, including Oath Services. Cookies allow a website to recognise a user's preferences as previously chosen by the user when they return to a site. A cookie itself does not contain or collect information. However, when it is read by a server in conjunction with a web browser it can help a website deliver a more user-friendly service for example, remembering previous purchases or account details. The website server which sends the cookie uses a randomly generated unique number (called a value) to recognise you when you return to a site or browse from page to page. Only the server that sent a cookie can read, and therefore use, that cookie. Cookies are central to the customisation of the internet and online behavioural advertising usually works using cookies.  Further information can be found on the Oath website

    OnScroll (sovrn)
    Through the sovrn Services including the sovrn.com website, the sovrn publisher platform and other sovrn publisher tools and widgets, the sovrn ad exchange, sovrn header bidding, sovrn video products, sovrn, analytics and data services, and other sovrn products and services, we may collect information about Publishers and Readers. Publishers are natural persons, websites or publications where sovrn Services may reside. Readers are individuals who visit our publishers’ websites. Further information can be found on the sovrn website

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    Making the Website Work Properly - Your Consent
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    Making the Website Work Properly - Your Consent

    Websites are a bit like swans – nice and calm on the surface, but with a whole lot of craziness going on underneath that you don’t see to make them work properly. To make our website work properly (boring stuff like managing registration and log in, remembering what you’ve entered each day and what you haven’t, knowing how many people have come to our site and what prizes they looked at etc) we need to use cookies again, only this time, most of them are ‘1st party’, which means they are owned and controlled by us.  The only exception here is Google Analytics, which is a platform that tells us how many people have visited us, when, for how long etc.  Here is a list of the cookies we use to make the site work.

    Session cookies (PHPSESSID)
    As websites have no memory, session cookies help us remember things from page to page and allow us to manage how the site works when you’re on it, controlling things such what competitions have you entered already today etc. Session cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser.

    Log in/Registration cookies (PHPSESSID)
    Much like session cookies, these log in, or SSID cookies help us remember things from page to page. In this instance, we’re remembering whether you’ve already logged in or not. Without these, you’d have to log in on every new page (which wouldn’t be fun right!).

    Google Analytics cookies (OX_plg, _ga)
    We use the Google Analytics suite to know what’s happening on our websites. How many people are visiting us, when, how often, what do they look at etc. This helps us monitor what’s popular and what’s not and make sure we’re delivering you prizes that you want to win.

    Again, we can’t make the site work properly without these cookies, so we need you to give us permission to use website cookies when you visit us.

    I have read, understood and agreed to the advertising permissions

    Standard Terms & Conditions for Entering our Competitions
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    Standard Terms & Conditions for Entering our Competitions

    All our competitions are covered by standard terms & conditions. These can be found via a link at the bottom of every page or by clicking here. We need your agreement to these before you can enter any competitions.

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    Sign Up to Our Regular Comps News Email
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    Sign Up to Our Regular Comps News Email

    We want to talk to you. We want to let you know when there are new prizes going live, and when prizes are ending soon. We want to be able to let you know of anything special that is live on the site, or anything that has a really short entry time. We want to do this to help maximise your chances of winning!

    You’ve given us your email address as part of the registration process, so we’d like your permission to be able to send you regular emails. We’re humans though and we know how annoying too many emails can be, so we won’t send hundreds every day.

    Also, and importantly, by ticking this box you are only giving permission for us to send you these emails – specifically, your permission here doesn't give us the right to pass your email address onto anyone else.

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