Get your hands on an early Christmas present, and treat a loved one to a pair of tickets at the UK’s hottest shows in December.
Virgin Money are offering customers the chance to experience Brighter Music Moments at The O2 Arena in London and Glasgow’s SSE Hydro arena this festive season.
We have tickets to win for the sold-out Jingle Bell Ball at The O2 with a stellar line-up including Taylor Swift, Sam Smith and Stormzy. Or how about Tim Burton’s family blockbuster, The Nightmare Before Christmas brought to life in concert for the first time in the UK to mark the story’s 25-year anniversary… If that’s not your thing, our stocking full of gifts also includes tickets to see Michael Bublé or Rod Stewart performing their spectacular shows, full of festive classics in London…. all before Santa comes to town!
What shows are available?
- 1x pair for Nightmare Before Christmas – 2 December, The SSE Hydro (GA)
- 2x pairs for Jingle Bell Ball – 8 December, The O2 Arena
- 3x pairs for Michael Bublé – 10 December, The O2 Arena
- 3x pairs for Rod Stewart – 17 December, The O2 Arena
How to enter
To be in with a chance of winning, reply to the below post on our Twitter or Facebook page with your favourite Christmas song, and tell us which of the shows you want to see in the list below by COB 27 November. Easy!
Fancy winning a pair of tickets for a show at @TheSSEHydro or @TheO2 in December? Just tell us your favourite Christmas song and choose between The Nightmare Before Christmas, Jingle Bell Ball, Michael Bublé and Rod Stewart. Full details and T&C’s below. https://virg.in/iLD
Get your hands on an early Christmas present, and treat a loved one to a pair of tickets The SSE Hydro or The O2 in December. Tell us your favourite Christmas song and choose between The Nightmare Before Christmas, Jingle Bell Ball, Michael Bublé and Rod Stewart. For full details and T’s & C’s click here. https://virg.in/iLD
We’ll be picking the winners at random from all the eligible entries and will notify the winners by COB 28 November.
You can find the terms and conditions of the competition at the bottom of this page and we also need to make you aware of the following information:
- We will need you to confirm your name and email address for us to provide the tickets.
- If you win, we’d love to announce it on social media. We’ll ask you for your consent to do this before we do.
- If you allow us to announce that you won the competition on social media, but later change your mind, we can remove the post for you. To request that, please send an email to email@example.com.
Full details of the Virgin Money competition entries privacy notice can also be found below. Good luck!
Full terms and conditions are below.
Full terms and conditions are below.
- Who is eligible?
– All UK residents.
– Anyone directly connected to the Giveaway or operation of the Giveaway cannot enter.Ten tips for building a strong corporate partnership
What are the key dates?
– The Giveaway will open on 25 November and will close at 20:00 on Wednesday 27 November 2019 (“the entry period”).
- What will happen?
– Entry is by replying to the competition post on the Virgin Money Twitter or Facebook page with the required information (favourite Christmas song and which show you would like to see).
How will the winner be selected?
– Winners will be chosen at random from the valid entries.
- What is the Prize?
– There are 9 pairs of tickets to giveaway in total. – The tickets are subject to O2 Arena and SSE Hydro ticket and admission terms and conditions.
- How do you know if you have won?
– We will contact you to tell you that you have won via Twitter or Facebook.
- What else do you need to know?
– Your personal information will be used to administer the Giveaway.
– You may be asked but are not under an obligation to participate in non-paid publicity.
– The Giveaway is subject to English law.
– Events may occur which render the Giveaway itself or the awarding of the tickets impossible due to reasons beyond our control. Accordingly, we may in our absolute discretion vary or amend the Giveaway and you agree that no liability shall attach to us as a result thereof.
- Who is the promoter?
– We are Virgin Money (a trading name of Clydesdale Bank PLC). – Our company number is SC001111. – Our registered office is at 30 St. Vincent Place, Glasgow, G1 2HL.
Virgin Money competition entries privacy notice.
Virgin Money competition entries privacy notice.
What information we’ll hold about you
By “information” we mean all of the personal information about you that we collect, use, share and store. The information we hold will vary according to the competition that you enter. It can include but isn’t limited to:
> Information about you and your contact details (e.g. your name, date of birth, home address, phone number and email address).
> Social media details (e.g. twitter handle) and photographs of you.
Where we collect information from
We collect information directly from you as part of the entry into our competitions and any related conversations with us on social media or through other channels.
Why we need the information and what we use it for
Data Protection law requires us to have one or more of the following reasons for using your information:
- ‘Contract performance’ – the information needed to manage your entry into a competition.
- ‘Consent’ – in some cases we may obtain your consent to use information in a particular way e.g. to share your details on social media. Whenever ‘consent’ is the only reason for us using the information you have the right to change your mind and change or withdraw your consent.
Using your information
These are the main ways we’ll use your personal information (and the reasons for doing so):
Administer your entry into the competition
We need your information to manage your entry into the competition and to contact you, if you are a winner, to ensure that you receive the prize. You don’t have to give us this information but without it you will be unable to enter.
We may also use the information we hold for any other purposes that you have specifically consented to at any time (including over the phone or in our Stores) or, in some limited circumstances, when the law requires or permits us to.
Who we share information with
When using the information we hold we may share it with other people or organisations for the purposes of fulfilling the competition.
We’ll treat the information we hold as confidential and may share information with the following who are also required to keep the information confidential, safe and secure:
> The companies within our group.
> Other companies, commercial partners, agents and professionals who provide products, services and administrative support to the companies within our group.
> All details of the companies in our group can be found on our website at virginmoney.com/privacy.
> Anyone else with your permission.
Using information outside the European Economic Area (EEA)
We will not share your information outside the EEA.
How long we hold information
We’ll retain information for no longer than is necessary to administer the competition and comply with anything stated in the associated terms and conditions.
Your legal rights in relation to your information
You have the right to access the information we hold about you, ask us to rectify any of that information, erase it, restrict or object in whole or part to the processing of it. You can contact us at any time and in the normal way to discuss how Virgin Money holds and uses your information and your rights.
You can also contact our Data Protection Officer for further information and to request to use these rights. A Data Protection Officer is a person who is formally appointed to ensure that an organisation is aware of and complies with its responsibilities for data protection.
You can write to our Data Protection Officer at Virgin Money, Jubilee House, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE3 4PL.
Who can I complain to?
If for whatever reason you are unhappy with any way we are using your personal information you should contact us in the first instance so that we can understand your issue and try and resolve it. We may ask our Data Protection Officer to look at your situation. If we can’t resolve the issue you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioners Office (ICO). The ICO is the UK’s independent body set up to uphold information rights. For further information visit ico.org.uk