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    • By hertzyabazas 15th Sep 17, 9:52 AM
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    E: 23/09 Win a year's supply of Soda Stream gas (TW)
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    • 15th Sep 17, 9:52 AM
    E: 23/09 Win a year's supply of Soda Stream gas (TW) 15th Sep 17 at 9:52 AM
    No machine just gas!

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    Details of prize

    Because of the nature of the prize, the Promoter will discuss full details of the prize with the winner, once selected. The prize consists of:

    · A year’s worth of free gas for their SodaStream sparkling water maker (being a maximum of 12 exchange cylinders), currently valued at £12.99 per exchange cylinder.
    · The winner will be liable for paying postage (being a minimum of £2.99 per dispatch if the customer chooses Collect+) and the deposits on each cylinder, currently valued at £10 per cylinder, and which will be refunded to the winner when the empty cylinders have been returned to and received by SodaStream.
    · Once the winner has been selected, SodaStream will be in contact to explain how they can claim their prize.
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