The Sun Promo T&Cs
Terms and Conditions for The Sun 50p eBook promotion with Mills & Boon
Offer Terms and Conditions
- This offer is promoted by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd (“HarperCollins”), The News Building, 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF.
- This promotion is open to all UK residents except employees of HarperCollins the Sun (or their parent, subsidiaries or any affiliated companies) and their immediate families, who are not allowed to enter the Offer.
- To claim your ebook discount to buy up to six (6) ebooks for 50p go to the Mills and Boon website www.millsandboon.co.uk/thesun50p and enter the promo code SUN50P at checkout.
- The Offer is only available on the following ebooks: Claiming His Replacement Queen by Amanda Cinelli, Forbidden to Want by JC Harroway, Falling Again for Her Island Fling by Ellie Darkins, Surprise Baby for the Billionaire by Charlotte Hawkes, Risking Her Heart on the Single Dad by Annie O'Neil and The Highborn Housekeeper by Sarah Mallory. These eBooks cannot be downloaded onto a Kindle device, you must use the correct software to access our eBook files. Find out more here.
- The Offer is available from 30.05.20 until midnight 05.06.20.
- The Offer may only be redeemed once per household.
- The Offer, non-transferable and subject to availability.
- HarperCollins reserve the right in their reasonable discretion to substitute any eBook in the offer with another eBook of equal or greater value.
- By applying for the Offer you are agreeing to accept these Terms and Conditions.
- Under no circumstances will HarperCollins be responsible for any loss, damages, costs or expenses arising from or in any way connected with any errors, defects, interruptions, malfunctions or delays in the eBook.
- HarperCollins will not be responsible unless required by law, for any loss, changes, costs or expenses, which may arise in connection with this Offer and HarperCollins can cancel or alter the Offer at any stage.
- Any dispute relating to the Offer shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales and will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.