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Accordingly, the competition terms and conditions must include the draw date and locations, which must be within Australia. You should also ensure that the competition draw dates do not fall on a weekend or public holiday.
For national promotions, an unclaimed prize draw must be conducted at least 3 months after the original draw date (unless the prize is time dependent e.g. an event prize).
If the draw is to be conducted using a computerised random system, including a random number generator in excel, then approval is required in SA. Formal approval of the electronic drawing system must be obtained from the SA lottery department.
A manual draw whereby you collect printed entries and draw from a barrel/container, does not require any approvals.
A scrutineer might be required to witness your prize draw if your promotion is running in the following states:
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