Entering By Post | Omaze UK
Maximum one entry per postcard
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Omaze offers an alternative means of entering into prize draws. The process for using this alternative means of entry is described in detail below. Just like the paid method of entering the prize draw, this alternative method requires you to accept all our terms and conditions. On a blank sheet of paper, or postcard, write your full name, address (no post office box addresses accepted), city, post code, date of birth (dd/mm/yyyy), telephone number (optional), email address and which prize draw you want to enter. For example, 'Omaze Million Pound House Draw- Cheshire'.
This needs to be written down in very clear writing otherwise the entry may be deemed invalid.
We have appointed Civica Election Services, formerly known as Electoral Reform Services (ERS), as our independent scrutineers to administer this competition. They have over 100 years’ experience in administering elections, ballots and competitions for a wide range of clients including TV programmes and various lottery projects. Please send the sheet of paper in an envelope to the following address via either first or second class post to:
Civica Election Services
33 Clarendon Road
A maximum of one entry can be made per postcard or envelope received. There is no limit to the number of entries that may be made this way. Once a postal entry has been processed it will be entered into the next available draw and all subsequent draws until the final Grand Prize drawing. For the avoidance of any doubt, if the postcard states that the entrant would like to enter the Omaze Million Pound House Draw- Cheshire, and that entrant writes their details as described above, then just as with any one paid entry, this postcard would count for one entry into each Early Bird Prize Draw, one entry into the £1,000 Weekly Cash Draw each week and one entry into the Grand Prize Draw to win the Million Pound House + 2,020 additional prizes. Postal entries are treated in exactly the same way as paid entries for the purposes of determining a winner. However, there is a difference in the deadlines for entries. All of our draws (weekly £1,000, Early Bird & House plus 2,020 others) close at midnight on Fridays for online entry. The corresponding cut-off for postal entries will be that they are received and processed before 5pm on the following Tuesday (see Official Rules for dates). Postal entries have an equal chance of winning as any one paid entry. If a postal entry wins a prize there will be no further purchase or payment necessary to be notified of the win or to receive the prize. If the above steps are not followed as described then a postal entry will be invalid. You will not be notified if your entry is invalid.