The most accurate entry will win an iPAD and the most amusing entry will win an iPhone 5
Terms & Conditions 'Fantasy Cabinet'
- Independent.ie are hosting 'Fantasy Cabinet' game. The game will end as soon as the political cabinet is officially announced by the government.
- Two winners will be selected by Independent.ie. One winner will be selected based on the most accurate political cabinet selection, this person will win an Apple iPAD. One winner will be selected based on the most amusing cabinet selection, this winner will win an Apple iPhone 5.
- The winners will be notified by email and given 7 days to confirm their entry by replying to the email and providing the postal address for the prize to be sent. If by the end of the 7th day the person has not confirmed their entry by responding with a postal address another winner will be selected.
- No correspondence will be engaged in concerning the receipt or non-receipt of any entries.
- In the event that more than one entry is received which qualifies as a winning entry, the overall winner will be selected at random by an independent person selected by Independent.ie. Such selection will be final and there shall be no correspondence entered into in relation to the manner of such selection.
- In respect of the most amusing entry the decision of a judge as to the winning entry shall be made entirely at the discretion of the judge appointed by Independent.ie ,whose decision shall be final and no correspondence will be entertained in relation to such selection.
- All persons can enter multiple entries.
- IF you decide to share your entry on social media you agree to that social media platforms T&Cs
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