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[NSW] 100% Cashback for Double Vaccinated on Any Durex Product to The Value of $6.50 @ Durex

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  • Claims are only open to NSW residents aged 18 years or over who have received two (2) doses of a Therapeutic Goods Administration (“TGA”) approved COVID-19 vaccination in Australia.
  • To be eligible to claim, individuals must purchase, in a single transaction, any Durex product from any retailer (online or in-store) nationally during the Promotional Period.
  • Only one (1) claim permitted per person. Offer is strictly limited to the first one thousand (1,000) valid claims received.

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  • Does it count if i have one of each?

  • +2

    Is this best for those that can only last 2 jabs?

  • +3

    For those who've had the prick and now it's their turn.

  • +11

    Vaxed, Waxed and ready to Climax….

    • Fk yeah wooohooo

  • +10

    So it's possible I mixed up Durex with Dulux and wondered how odd $6.50 off a can of paint for the vaccinated 🤣

    • I though the same.

  • +1

    NSW only?

    Once again, VIC gets to bend over.

    • Apparently people in NSW will too (with consent)

  • +1

    Surely they should be giving frangas away to the unvaccinated instead.

    • -2

      I agree. It will stop antivaxers breeding and bringing more stupid people into the world.

  • +3

    After reading the full terms and conditions I think I'll pull out.

  • +1

    Ready to be connected with people

  • +2

    Wake up sheeple. Birth control is pushed on the masses by big farm without any real evidence to show it doesn't cause autism. $$ Babies don't exist.

    • +2

      Anti-Vaxxer: I don't know if a condom works to prevent STDs, I'll have to do my own research on this. I heard they in-build penis tracking devices on condoms to gather data.

      • +3

        Anti-Vaxxer: people that use birth control still sometimes have babies or catch STDs. Its not 100% effective and therefore it doesnt work. Just look over at Israel where some people are still having kids.

      • +2

        Only if you use the 5G variety. Sticking with the 4G condoms and not getting vaccinated should disable the penis tracking devices.

    • +1

      I heard the vaccine makes you sterile. Makes Durex pointless doesn't it.

      You guys need to make up your minds. I noticed no one is complaining about 5G anymore. Personally I would think you bright people would want 3G back because obviously COVID goes away, so does GFC, Eurozone financial crisis and maybe 9/11.

      • Graphene oxide reacts very nicely with 5g

    • -2

      without any real evidence to show it doesn't cause autism.

      You will be fine if you are still using a 4G phone…

  • +3

    https://s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com/kopromotions.com.au/...

    21 Claimants consent to the Promoter using their name, likeness, image and/or
    voice in the event they are a successful claimant (including photograph, film
    and/or recording of the same) in any media for an unlimited period without
    remuneration for the purpose of promoting this promotion (including any
    outcome), and promoting any products manufactured, distributed and/or
    supplied by the Promoter

    27 The Promoter collects personal information ("PI") in order to conduct the
    promotion and may, for this purpose, disclose such PI to third parties,
    including but not limited to agents, contractors, service providers, prize
    suppliers and, as required, to Australian regulatory authorities. Entry is
    conditional on providing this PI. The Promoter will also use and handle the
    PI as set out in its Privacy Policy, which can be viewed at https://
    www.durex.com.au/privacy-policy/. In addition to any use that may be
    outlined in the Promoter’s Privacy Policy, the Promoter may, for an indefinite
    period, unless otherwise advised, use the PI for promotional, marketing,
    publicity, research and profiling purposes, including sending electronic
    messages or telephoning the claimant. The Privacy Policy also contains
    information about how claimants may opt out, access, update or correct
    their PI, how claimants may complain about a breach of the Australian
    Privacy Principles or any other applicable law and how those complaints will
    be dealt with. All entries become the property of the Promoter. Unless
    otherwise indicated by the Promoter, the Promoter may disclose PI to
    entities outside of Australia (for a list of the countries, see the Promoter’s
    Privacy Policy) but will ensure that any such PI transferred overseas is kept
    securely and in accordance with the APP’s.

    Yikes! All this for potentially $6.50 worth of products that you mob most likely will never use =D

    • potentially $6.50 worth of products that you mob most likely will never use

      Speak for yourself Jack !

    • Thanks for sharing this

    • Claimants consent to the Promoter using their name, likeness, image and/or
      voice in the event they are a successful claimant (including photograph, film
      and/or recording of the same)

      They just want receipt and vax certificate right (that you can MS paint)?

      Not a home video or photo of your private bits.

      • +3

        But beware, your vax certificate contains your Individual Healthcare Identification number (IHI). There are strict legal requirements for the handling of IHIs - https://www.oaic.gov.au/privacy/health-information/my-health....

        There are also very strict requirements for how such documents are stored and the purposes that they are put to. https://www1.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Cont...

        As you will have already purchased the 'healthcare service/device' from the supermarket or pharmacy, it seems to me that there is a legal question as to whether Durex is breaching the Privacy Act by requiring people to upload their certificates. Are there any lawyers on here who can tell us whether 'disclosing' our IHI to Durex to get the cashback is technically an offence, even if highly unlikely to be prosecuted?

        • MS paint

      • Not a home video or photo of your private bits.

        I've sent them one anyway.

  • And it's from freedom day
    So called freedoms are no longer counts

  • I just redeemed mine, they give you a $6.50 regardless of how much you spend so you may as well buy the cheapest thing they have :)

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