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 Post subject: When is a competition not a competition?
PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2015 10:32 pm 
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If you spend over $65.00 on the we store you could win one of five golden tickets ( yes Charlie and the chocolate factory fame).
You win the height of a space marine in figures and vehicles, etc which is 7ft or 2.1 m in height.

But guess what this is not open to Australia and New Zealand!
The link on the website makes out the page never existed, if you change the website to US or Gt Britain you will find the terms and conditions for this competition.

Why?

We pay prices on the web store that do not match rate of exchange for NZD to US, Pound or even euro....we pay a lot more.

I feel very let down by games workshop after buying their products for so many years.

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 Post subject: Re: When is a competition not a competition?
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most likely, sales in Pacific is not high enough to take part in competition ?

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 Post subject: Re: When is a competition not a competition?
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I feel very let down by games workshop after buying their products for so many years.


Only just now?

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 Post subject: Re: When is a competition not a competition?
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I guess it's a sad state of affairs when something like this doesn't shock you.

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 Post subject: Re: When is a competition not a competition?
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I guess it's a sad state of affairs when something like this doesn't shock you.



+2.

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 Post subject: Re: When is a competition not a competition?
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Uncle Al wrote:
most likely, sales in Pacific is not high enough to take part in competition ?

You can however participate if you a posted in Afghanistan...
Makes no sense that we are excluded. None.

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 Post subject: Re: When is a competition not a competition?
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Got a reply back from GW, apparently laws in NZ and Australia prevent them from running the competition, they didn't go into details.

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 Post subject: Re: When is a competition not a competition?
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Tackledummy wrote:
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Only just now?


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I guess it's a sad state of affairs when something like this doesn't shock you.



+2.


+3. Part of the reason I jumped ship.


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