Sunday 19 November 2017


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For your chance to win one of three Yamaha Kodiak 700 4WD quad bikes, worth over €10,000, simply collect 10 tokens from the Irish Independent, Farming Independent and Sunday Independent between Sunday, July 17th and Sunday July 31st and complete the entry form.


Tokens will appear on page 2 of the Irish Independent, Farming Independent and Sunday Independent, while you can also collect a FREE BONUS TOKEN if you ‘Like' the Farming Independent Facebook page. Entry forms can be found exclusively in the Sunday Independent, the Farming Independent each Tuesday and the Irish Independent each Wednesday and Friday.


Post your completed entry forms, with ten tokens, to Yamaha Quad competition, P.O. Box 11, Independent News & Media PLC, Independent House, 27-32 Talbot Street, Dublin 1. You can submit more than one entry in an envelope, provided that the name of the person entering is the same and there is a separate entry form and ten tokens attached for each entry. If the name of each person is different, please submit in a separate envelope. Closing date for receipt of entries is strictly Friday, August 5th at 5pm.


Term and conditions: Completed entries, along with your ten tokens, must be sent to: Yamaha Quad Competition, P.O. Box 11, Independent News & Media PLC, Independent House, 27-32 Talbot Street, Dublin 1. The closing date for receipt of entries is Friday, August  at 5pm.

The winner will be the person who has answered the question on the entry form correctly and, in the opinion of the judges, completes the tiebreaker in the most original way. The judge’s decision will be final. No correspondence will be entered into.

Facebook tokens are not a mandatory requirement for entry and strictly only one Facebook token is allowed per entry. The Irish Independent and Sunday Independent will publish tokens on page 2 from Sunday, July 17th until Sunday, July 31st. A total of ten tokens are required with a completed entry form. For further terms and conditions, please see click here

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