Search the Sky and WIN with Private Property

Private Property South Africa
Carmel Woodman

Private Property are getting into the holiday spirit of giving with, the #SearchTheSky competition, where three lucky fans can win a gift voucher to the value of R2500.

Tying in with the massive Private Property banner that will be flown over the Western Cape, Gauteng and KwaZulu Natal in December and January, entry into the competition simply requires spotting the banner and taking a photo of it.
The photo then needs to be posted to Private Property’s Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account with #SearchTheSky (because we know you like a good hashtag) and the area it was spotted (so we know where you are). It’s as easy as that!

Spot the banner in these areas:

  • The banner will be flown across Cape Town skies between 12 and 26 December 2015.
  • It then makes its way from Mosselbay to George from 28 December 2015 until 1 January 2016.
  • Plettenberg Bay and Sedgefield will have the Private Property banner in their skies from 3 January to 5 January 2016.
  • Onto Durban, the banner will be flown from Amazimtoti to Ballito, from 7 to 15 January 2016.
  • Last but not least, Gauteng will see the Private Property banner from 18 to 31 Janurary 2016.

The competition terms and conditions are listed below, have a look before you enter. Then get snapping and hashtagging, you could have an extra awesome holiday season with a R2500 gift voucher.

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#SearchTheSky Competition Terms and Conditions

The Private Property #SearchTheSky competition can be entered into by posting a photograph of the Private Property Banner being flown in the air, to the Private Property Facebook, Twitter or Instagram accounts. Posts need to include #SearchTheSky and the location the banner was seen. Participants will be deemed to have accepted these rules and agree to be bound by them when entering. The prizes for this competition are three vouchers to a maximum value of R2500 and cannot be exchanged for cash. The competition is valid from the 12th of December 2015 to the 31st of January 2016. One entry per person is permitted for the #SearchTheSky competition.

The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Prize winners will be notified via the social media platform through which they entered, they will then be required to provide Private Property with their details in order to arrange for prize collection. Three winners will be randomly selected and each will receive a gift voucher to a maximum value of R2500. If a winner has not responded within 1 week of the winner announcement, a new winner will be chosen in their place.

The competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Facebook. Should you opt in, you understand that you are providing your information to Private Property, not to Facebook.

Private Property reserves the right to cancel or alter the competition, including the terms and conditions, at their own discretion. In the event of such cancellation or alteration, all participants and the winners shall waive and abandon any rights they may have against Private Property, its affiliates or associated companies. Private Property may refuse to award any prize if any information or any irregularities or fraudulent activities are detected.

Entry into this competition is exclusive to those entrants that post a photograph of the Private Property banner being flown in the sky, with #SearchTheSky and the banner location on Private Property’s Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account. Winners will need to provide their correct contact details, granting Private Property permission to contact them via the information provided. Private Property has the right to change the competition mechanics and duration at any time during the competition. All persons are free to opt out of entry into the competition should they not wish to be contacted.

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