Crack the Code Competition Rules

Rules of entry
- To enter you must be over 18 years of age
- Contestants can play Crack the Code at The Kirkgate Centre, Bradford, BD1 1TQ
- Crack the Code will be available to play on the following dates: Monday 30th January, Tuesday 31st January, Wednesday 1st February, Thursday 2nd February, Friday 3rd February, Saturday 4th February, Monday 6th February, Tuesday 7th February, Wednesday 8th February, Thursday 9th February, Friday 10th February 2017
- Crack the Code will be available to play between the hours of 10:00 and 16:00 on all of the above dates
- Contestants must key in a 6 digit code into the safe
- The code must consist of 6 different numbers and cannot be multiple numbers
- Before a contestant can Crack the Code they must fill out a registration form with the Pulse 1 team down at the Kirkgate Centre that day
- Any potential contestant may attempt to Crack the Code a maximum of once per day across the 2 week promotional period
- Should the contestant be unable to Crack the Code they have not won on that occasion
- Should the contestant be successful and Crack the Code the safe will open and there will be a golden envelope in the safe containing a letter confirming the win
- No cash will be kept in the safe at any time throughout the promotion
- Should no contestant Crack the Code on or before Friday 10th February 2017, all registration forms from every entry who attempted to ‘Crack the Code’ will then go into a live draw in the Pulse 1 Breakfast show with Mylo and Rosie on Monday 13th February between 08:00-08:30 hours
- The live draw will be filmed and officially adjudicated
- The live draw video will be made available should any contestant request
- Should there be a live drawer winner they will be notified by telephone as supplied on the registration form within 24 hours of the draw taking place
- Only one person will win one thousand pounds
- Judges decision will be final on the winner of the one thousand pounds

- Pulse 1 will be in contact to raise a cheque for one thousand pounds
- Cheques can take up to 28 days to be processed and sent
- The cheque must be made payable to the winner that has won
- No cash or alternatives offered

- All contestants must agree to being filmed and agree to photographs and names being used for promotional purposes
- A film of each contestant will be taken and may be made available on social media, Pulse1.co.uk and The Kirkgate Centre website
- All contestants will have to agree to and sign to the competition T&C’s before playing ‘Crack the Code’.
- Entrants to this competition do so entirely at their own risk
- Any contestants not adhering to the T&C’s may be disqualified