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Create your own style with ASOS. Win one of two £500 vouchers. The names of all Priority prize draw winners are hosted here: http://www.promowinners.com/o2priority/. These details are updated as quickly as possible once the winners have been confirmed. Once the prize has been drawn you will have 36 hours to check if you have won. Good luck.
Terms & Conditions
Eligibility Criteria: This prize draw can only be entered by Priority members and O2 account holders aged 18 or over. Entrants must be UK residents. This prize draw is open from 15/01/18 - 29/01/18 (09:59). Prize is non-transferable. No money alternative will be offered. How to enter: From the Priority App tap the 'Enter Now’ offer button and you will be automatically entered into the prize draw. No other methods of entry are accepted. Only one entry per mobile phone. The prize: The prize is one of two £500 vouchers to spend at ASOS. Two prizes are available. Two winners will be drawn at random from the eligible entries. Draw date: The draw will take place on 29/01/18 at 10am. The winners will be notified by Promoveritas shortly after that. The prize must be claimed within two days of notification. If the prize isn’t claimed another winner will be drawn from all valid entries received by the closing date. The promoter of this prize draw is ASOS. If you win: Winners will be selected in a random draw and will be contacted via the same phone number you used to enter the prize draw, within two days. If you don’t respond within two days of us contacting you we will be deemed not to have accepted the prize and another winner will be drawn. Winners will be contacted by PromoVeritas, a promotion verification service. These terms and entry instructions incorporate, and apply in addition to, the General Terms applying to all Priority Prize Draws (see http://bit.ly/2m77ndv). In the event of a conflict, these terms shall take precedence. This prize draw is governed by English Law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.