Terms and Conditions

This Web Site and its contents (“Web Site”) are subject to copyright under Australian law and, under international treaties, the laws of many other countries. Unless otherwise indicated, the copyright is owned by CUB Pty Ltd (CUB) or its related companies which reserve all rights.

You must not reproduce, transfer, adapt, distribute or store part or all of the contents of the Web Site (including html code, CGI interfaces, product photographs and screen designs), or incorporate any part of the Web Site into another web site, without the prior written consent of CUB, except in accordance with the following permission.

You may store on your computer or print copies of material from the Web Site for your personal use only. You will ensure that all copies of material from the Web Site retain any copyright or other intellectual property notices contained in the original material. You are not permitted to modify any material from how it appears on the Web Site.

The Web Site also includes registered and unregistered trade marks, including but not limited to the logo, which is owned by CUB.

Your access to or use of this Web Site does not constitute or create a licence or any other right to use CUB’s name, trade dress, trade marks, copyrights or any other intellectual property.

CUB assumes no responsibility and accepts no liability for the condition or content of third party web sites which may be linked to or accessed from the web site. Except as CUB may specifically direct otherwise, CUB does not authorise the content of those third party web sites.

The contents of this Web Site (including all information contained on this Web Site) are provided on an “as is” basis. Neither CUB nor its directors or employees give or make any representation or warranty (either express or implied) as to the completeness, accuracy or reliability of the contents of this Web Site nor do they accept any responsibility arising in any way (including from negligence) for errors in, or omissions from, the contents of this Web Site. Where any Act of Parliament implies any term, condition, representation or warranty into the contents of this Web Site or your use of or access to the Web Site, and that Act prohibits exclusion of that term, condition, representation or warranty, then that term, condition, representation or warranty is included. If, and to the extent permitted by the Act however, CUB’s liability for any breach of such term, condition, representation or warranty is limited to the supplying of the relevant good or services again, as CUB may choose.

You should be aware that information current to a particular time or date as placed on the Web Site does not mean that more recent information of the relevant type does not exist, or is not available through other means, or that circumstances have not changed, such that the information does not reflect the state of affairs at any subsequent time. Further, for various reasons, substantial delays may occur before particular information on this Web Site is updated.

The information on this Web Site provides general information only and is not intended as investment advice and must not be relied upon as such. You should obtain independent professional advice and make further independent enquires before making any investment decisions or taking any further action based on the information contained on this Web Site. Without implying any licence to do so, if you pass on any information contained in this Web Site to any other person, you should pass on this disclaimer also and draw it to their attention.

CUB is not offering and must not be construed as offering, any securities or other financial products under or through this Web Site and this Web Site is not an invitation to you to take up securities or other financial products. CUB does not provide, and must not be construed as providing, recommendations in relation to any securities or other financial products.

All information, ideas, concepts, know-how or techniques provided by you through this Web Site including the fact that you have accessed the Web Site and information, goods or services you have sought from the Web Site (“Information”) shall be deemed to be non-confidential, and CUB shall be free to use, disclose, reproduce, transmit, publish and distribute the Information without limitation. You warrant that the Information is available for such use by CUB, and agree to indemnify CUB if any third party takes action against CUB in relation to Information that you provide.

CUB reserves the right to revise the content of, amend links from or withdraw access to the Web Site at any time without notice.


Social and Digital Media Engagement – House Rules

All Carlton Draught social and digital media pages are for fans over the age of 18 to enjoy responsibly. 

To participate and engage with the Carlton Draught community, you must comply with the respective platforms Terms of Use when enjoying our pages.

We want all fans to be able to get together and share their great Carlton Draught experiences in a positive way. 

So, when you’re posting videos, pictures or comments; there are a few things to note:

  • Do not post on this website, or transmit to this website, any pornographic, obscene, profane, defamatory, libellous, threatening, unlawful or other material which could constitute or encourage conduct that would be considered a criminal offence, give rise to civil liability, promote the excessive or irresponsible consumption of alcohol, or otherwise violate any law or regulation. 
  • Be civil to each other and respect each other’s opinions.
  • Do not post, publish, disseminate or tag any defamatory, infringing, obscene, indecent, misleading, unlawful or otherwise socially unacceptable content or information.
  • Do not post copyrighted material unless it’s yours.
  • Please only share with those over the legal drinking age.

The Carlton Draught team will review comments/uploads/posts etc to ensure they follow our house rules. 

We may remove or report any offending content that we deem to be inappropriate, offensive or socially unacceptable per the guidelines above.

The views and opinions expressed in comments and user-generated content do not represent the opinion of Carlton and United Breweries or the Carlton Draught brand.


Carlton Draught SA/WA Derby Day Promotion

Terms and Conditions



CUB Pty Ltd (ABN 76 004 056 106), 77 Southbank Blvd, Southbank VIC 3006.

Who can claim?

Only Australian residents who:

(a)                are aged 18 or over.

Who can't claim?

Directors, officers, management and employees (and their immediate families) of:

(a)                the Promoter; and

(b)                the agencies, companies or participating premises associated with this offer.

Offer Period

14/06/19 to 31/07/19.

Where will the promotion run?

The offer will run in participating liquor licensed outlets (excluding online) whilst they are displaying promotional material (Outlets) in SA and WA.



Qualifying Purchase

A carton of Carlton Draught beer.

Claim instructions

To claim, you must, after making a Qualifying Purchase from an Outlet during the Offer Period, and collecting your itemised purchase receipt:

(a)                receive a promotional flyer (subject to stocks remaining in that Outlet) and locate the unique code; and

(b)                before 11.59pm (ACST) on 31/08/19, visit the Carlton Draught online store at the Website, provide the unique code from your flyer, select your preferred AFL themed glass (from the selection available), fill out and submit the online form, including by making a payment of $10 for postage, as specified.

How are gifts awarded?

All valid claimants will receive a gift, of a limited edition AFL themed glass valued at $14.95 each, redeemable only at the Website in accordance with the Claim instructions above, and any other terms and conditions which apply to purchases at the Website.

How many times can I claim?

There is no limit on the number of times you can claim, provided each claim relates to a separate unique code and is submitted separately in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.

How and when will successful claimants be informed?

In writing by email.

Proof of purchase

You must keep the following as proof of purchase for all claims:

·       original itemised purchase receipt/s; and

·       unique code/s.

Your purchase receipt must clearly identify where the Qualifying Purchase was made, the product purchased (which must be a Qualifying Purchase) and the date of purchase (which must be during the Offer Period before you submitted your claim).  If you don't produce the above proof of purchase for all claims when asked the Promoter may disqualify all of your claims and you will lose any right to a gift. 

If, in the Promoter's opinion, you have shared any proof of purchase with another person, your claims will be invalid and you will lose any right to a gift.

Collection and use of your personal information

If you are a winner, you must take part in all publicity, photography and other promotional activity as the Promoter requires, without any compensation.  You consent to the Promoter using your name and image in any promotional or advertising activity.

The Promoter may collect your personal information directly or through its agents or contractors.  The Promoter will use your personal information to conduct and manage the offer. The Promoter may disclose your personal information to its related companies, agents and contractors to assist in conducting this offer, communicating with you or storing data. This may include disclosures to organisations outside Australia including in places such as the USA, the UK, India and Germany. 

By claiming, you consent to the Promoter keeping your personal information on its database to use for future marketing purposes, including contacting you by electronic messaging.  By claiming, you consent to receive email or SMS messages from the Promoter without any functional unsubscribe facility.

The Promoter’s Privacy Policy (see http://cub.com.au/privacy-policy/) includes information about:

(a)                how to seek access to the personal information the Promoter holds about you and seek correction of the information; and

(b)                how to complain about a privacy breach and how the Promoter will deal with such a complaint.

Responsible drinking

Enjoy alcohol responsibly.  Consider the safe drinking levels recommended in the National Health and Medical Research Council Australian Guidelines to Reduce Health Risks from Drinking Alcohol – see: http://www.nhmrc.gov.au/_files_nhmrc/file/publications/synopses/ds10-alcohol.pdf. If this offer is conducted in NSW, see also the NSW Liquor Competition Guidelines and Intoxication Guidelines at https://www.liquorandgaming.nsw.gov.au/documents/gl/gl4001-liquor-promotion-guidelines.pdf.  Where relevant, your participation in this offer may be subject to the liquor serving policy of businesses conducting the offer and/or providing the gift.

All advertising material for this offer will include a message regarding responsible consumption of alcohol. 


1                   These Terms and Conditions incorporate and must be read together with the details outlined in the table above.  Information about gifts and how to claim forms part of these Terms and Conditions.  By claiming, you accept these Terms and Conditions. 

Your claim

2                   Your claim must be received during the time period specified and will be deemed to be received only when received by the Promoter.  Where relevant, claim forms/scratch cards from any other competition cannot be used for this offer, and are void if copied, forged, stolen or interfered with.  Where relevant, submitted claim forms are the Promoter's property.  If you return a Qualifying Purchase your claim may be deemed invalid at the Promoter's discretion (unless the product is defective).  If online or SMS claim is available, you will receive a return message confirming your claim.  The Promoter is not liable for any problems with communications networks.  You are responsible for your own costs associated with claiming.  If you claim using automatically generated claims or multiple phone numbers/email addresses/addresses/aliases, you may be disqualified. 


3                   Gift/s and all elements of gift/s must be taken as and when offered or will be forfeited, and if forfeited, the Promoter will not be liable. Gift/s are subject to any additional terms and conditions imposed by the relevant supplier or the Promoter, including, as relevant:

(a)             validity period/s.


4                   If you or your claim are deemed by the Promoter to breach these Terms and Conditions, your claim (or at the Promoter's discretion, all of your claims) may be discarded.  The Promoter may, at any time, require you to produce documentation to establish to the Promoter's satisfaction the validity of your claims (including documentation establishing your identity, age, place of residence and place of employment).  Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not waive those rights.

5                   You must not:

(a)             tamper with the claim process;

(b)             engage in any conduct that may jeopardise the fair and proper conduct of the offer;

(c)             act in a disruptive, annoying, threatening, abusive or harassing manner;

(d)             do anything that may diminish the good name or reputation of the Promoter or any of its related entities or of the agencies or companies associated with this offer;

(e)             breach any law; or

(f)              behave in a way that is otherwise inappropriate. 

6                   The Promoter is not liable for claims or correspondence that are misplaced, misdirected, delayed, lost, incomplete, illegible or incorrectly submitted.

7                   The Promoter’s decision in connection with all aspects of this offer is final.

8                   Gifts cannot be transferred or exchanged nor (except where cash is specified) redeemed for cash.  Without limiting any other term of these Terms and Conditions, all gifts (and elements of gifts) must be taken as and when specified, or will be forfeited with no replacement.  The gift values are correct as at the date of preparing these Terms and Conditions and include any applicable GST.  The Promoter is not responsible for any change in gift value.  You agree that if a gift (or element of a gift) is unavailable for any reason the Promoter may provide another item of equal or higher value, subject to any necessary approval by the state/territory gaming authorities.

9                   If publication will take place, by claiming, you request that your full address not be published.

10                 If this offer cannot run as planned for any reason beyond the Promoter's control, for example due to software, hardware or communications issues, unauthorised intervention, tampering, fraud or technical failure, the Promoter may end, change, suspend or cancel the offer or disqualify affected claims/entrants, subject to any necessary approval by the state/territory gaming authorities.

11                 The Promoter is not responsible for any tax implications arising from you receiving a gift.  You should seek independent financial advice.  If for GST purposes this offer results in any supply being made for non-monetary consideration, you must follow the Australian Taxation Office’s stated view that where the parties are at arm’s length, goods and services exchanged are of equal GST inclusive market values.


12                 Nothing in these Terms and Conditions restricts, excludes or modifies any consumer rights under any statute including the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth).

13                 Subject to the previous paragraph, the Promoter and the agencies and companies associated with this offer are not liable (including in negligence) for any loss (including indirect, special or consequential loss or loss of profits), expense, damage, personal injury (including allergies, skin conditions or other reactions, as relevant), illness or death suffered in connection with this offer or any gift, except for any liability which under statute cannot be excluded (in which case that liability is limited to the greatest extent allowed by law).   

14                 Without limiting the previous paragraph, the Promoter and the agencies and companies associated with this offer are not liable for any loss of, damage to or delay in delivery of gift/s, or for any damage that occurs to displayed gift/s (where relevant).  Unless otherwise specified, gift/s will only be delivered to addresses in Australia.

15                 This offer is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with any social media platform, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  You provide your information to the Promoter and not to any social media platform.  You completely release any relevant social media platforms from any and all liability.