Raffle terms and conditions

The below is an accurate summary of the contractual terms on which our gambling is offered, and we aim to ensure that this is set out in plain and intelligible language on the back of raffle tickets and our website

We will notify players of any changes to the terms and conditions before they come into effect. 

We will notify the Gambling Commission of any changes 28 days before the raffle begins. 

Licenced by: This lottery is licenced by the Gambling Commission 

License holder: James Culling, BLF, 73-75 Goswell Road, London EC1V 7ER. Registered with the Gambling Commission under the Gambling Act 2005. Licence number 4798 issued to BLF Services Ltd to benefit The Asthma UK and British Lung Foundation Partnership, a registered charity in England and Wales (326730), Scotland (SC038415) and the Isle of Man (1177). Registered with the Gambling Commission under the Gambling Act 2005. 

Cost: The cost of each entry is £1. Players may purchase tickets in further multiples of £1 thereof and payment must be in advance of entry into the draw Raffle tickets cost £1 each. Tickets are not for sale to or by anyone under 16 years of age. A maximum of 72 tickets may be purchased at one time, or over a period of time. 

Restrictions: Prizes are open to all England, Scotland and Wales residents excluding Asthma UK and British Lung Foundation Partnership staff and their family members. Tickets must not be bought or sold by anyone under 16 years of age. Tickets must not be sold on the street or door to door. 

Draw dates: Entry closes on 20 November 2020; the draw takes place on 27 November 2020 

Late entries: Late entries will be treated as donations. 

Prizes: Prizes are open to all England, Scotland and Wales residents excluding British Lung Foundation staff and their family members. First Prize is £3,000 cash. Second prize is £100. 5 further £30 Marks and Spencer vouchers will be awarded. Prizes may differ from those shown in pictures. 

Speed draw: Entry into the Speed Draw for the chance to win £250 is automatic for all entries received by 18 September 2020. The Speed Draw will take place on 25 September 2020. The Speed Draw may be illustrated or presented differently via various British Lung Foundation promotions. The winner will be selected at random. Winners details will be posted online on the British Lung Foundation website within 28 days of the draw date. Where possible, we will contact winners by phone or post ahead of their details being published. To help British Lung Foundation promote future fundraising draws, winners will be asked to provide a short comment about winning and a photograph. 

Notification of winners: All winners will be selected at random. Winners details and prizes will be posted online on the British Lung Foundation website within 28 days of the draw date. Where possible, we will contact winners by phone or post ahead of their details being published. To help British Lung Foundation promote future fundraising draws, winners may be asked to provide a short comment about winning and a photograph. 

Profits: All profits from the raffle will be used to fund work by the Asthma UK and British Lung Foundation in England and Wales 326730, Scotland SC038415 and the Isle of Man 1177. 

Responsible gambling: GamCare is the UK’s leading authority on the provision of support, advice and counselling to people affected by gambling problems. If you or someone you know needs help or advice, call their helpline on 0808 8020 133 or visit GamCare. 

Complaints: Any complaints regarding the raffle can be made directly to BLF by contacting our supporter care team 03000 030 555 or by email at [email protected]. If a satisfactory outcome cannot be reached the matter will be referred to The Independent Betting Adjudication Service (IBAS) which acts as an impartial adjudicator on disputes that arise between gambling operators and their customers. The complainant will need to request an adjudication form by calling 0207 347 5883. Lines are open 24hrs a day. Any IBAS interventions and outcomes will be reported to the Gambling Commission.