Terms and Conditions

  1. The promotion is open to residents of Great Britain, the Isle of Man and Channel Islands only aged 12 years or over, excluding employees and their immediate families of Simplee Aloe, their agencies and anyone else professionally connected with the promotion, while stocks last. Under 18’s need parental consent.
  2. The promotion starts on 17.10.16 and closes at midnight on 31.12.17
  3. In order to participate in the try me free promotion you must purchase a promotional 1 litre bottle of Simplee Aloe from Waitrose.
  4. To receive a refund you will need to visit www.simpleealoe.com/trymefree/, upload a scan of original valid till receipt, provide your name and postal address and answer a short questionnaire. To be valid the receipt must show that the product was purchased between 17.10.16 and 31.12.17
  5. All entries must be received no later than 31.03.18
  6. The cost of the product (up to a maximum of £3.59) will be refunded via a letter cheque.
  7. All letter cheques will be dispatched within 28 days from receipt of the entry.
  8. Cheque refunds to entrants under 18 without a bank account will be made out to their parents who have provided parental consent. In such cases the parents should provide their name and address along with the till receipt scan.
  9. No bulk or third party applications will be accepted.
  10. No responsibility can be accepted for claims or refunds that are lost, delayed or damaged in the post.
  11. For any questions relating to the product or try me free promotion please contact the consumer helpline on 0208 0501 627
  12. If there is any reason to believe that there has been a breach of these terms and conditions, or in the spirit of the promotion, the Promoter may at its sole discretion refuse to accept an entry.
  13. The promoter's decision is final in all matters pertaining to the promotion and no correspondence will be entered into.
  14. Any question regarding the legal interpretation of these terms and conditions will be based on English law and the Courts of England and Wales will have exclusive jurisdiction.