Bellis Fair Mall Contest Rules

Bellis Fair Mall Contest Rules

Bellis Fair Mall Shopping Spree MATERIAL TERMS
4/23/2013 – 5/10/2013

Contest is being conducted by General Growth Properties/Bellis Fair Mall.  There are two ways to enter, limit one entry per person regardless of the method of entry.  Entries accepted on April 21, 2013 beginning at 12:01am PST and concluding at 11:59pm PST on May 3, 2014 (“Promotional Period”). Limit one entry per person.

  1. a.       Join The Club by completing our online Club registration form available at   Entries to include your name, D.O.B., gender, zip code, email address.
  2. b.      Visit and complete the form by providing your name, email address, phone number, and include your age and the keyword “$500 Shopping Spree” under Comments.

All entries must be submitted between 12:01am PST April 21, 2013 through 11:59pm PST May 3, 2013.

Winner will be selected in a random drawing on or about May 10, 2013.

Winner will receive a $500 Shop Etc. Mall Gift Card.

Prize value based on the retail value of gift card.

On, or about, May 10, 2013, Bellis Fair, or whomever will randomly draw one entry from all entries submitted.  The winner will be contacted by Bellis Fair via email or phone and will have 7 days after the first win notification to contact Bellis Fair, if the winner does not contact Bellis Fair within this timeframe, then the prize will be awarded to an alternate winner.  The winner must return the following executed documents within 7 days of the first win notification or the prize will be forfeited and an alternate winner selected. Documents required are: i) an Affidavit/Release (if the winner is Canadian, this form includes a skill-based test which must be accurately completed along with a U.S. W8 tax form.); ii) a copy of the winner’s government issued photo ID and Affidavit/Image Release.  Return of any prize notification, or correspondence, as undeliverable will be forfeited and an alternate winner will be selected.  For a U.S. winner, age 17 or younger, their parent or legal guardian must present the required ID and documentation within the stated timeline.  For a Canadian winner, age 18 or younger, their parent or legal guardian must present the required ID and documentation within the stated timeline.

Contest is open to those who are 13 or older and a resident of the United States (“U.S.”) or Canada (Quebec residents excluded). General Growth Management, Inc. and their parent companies, affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising and promotional agencies and each of their respective officers, directors, employees, and agents (“Sponsor and its agents”) and members of their immediate families and people living in the same household of each are not eligible.

Prize will be awarded as stated above in Item “TIME/MEANS OF SELECTION OF WINNER:”

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