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Your Chance to Win One of Three $200 Gift Vouchers

October 06, 2021 14 Comments

Your Chance to Win One of Three $200 Gift Vouchers

This Mont Newsletter subscriber competition has now closed. Stay tuned for the next competition to be announced in early 2022. Winners will be drawn and contacted on the 10th of December 2021.


Terms and Conditions

Entry to competition is by signing up to the Mont Newsletter by midday AEST 8th of December 2021.

Existing subscribers to the Mont Newsletter: enter your email address above AND send an email to some of your friends who you know would love to know about Mont copying in (CC) competitions@mont.com.au. We will enter your email in the draw, we will not record the email addresses of your friends unless they subsequently subscribe themselves.

Prize is 1 of 3 Mont E-Gift Cards valued at AUD$200 each.

E-Gift Cards issued as prize will have an expiry date one year from date of issue.

3 Winners will be drawn at random on the 10th of December 2021 and notified by email.

If winner/s do not contact Mont to accept the prize within one week of notification of win being sent by email, prize is forfeit and new winner/s will be drawn.

Prize cannot be swapped nor can prize be exchanged for cash.

Competition closes midday AEST 8th of December 2021.

Competition is open to residents of Australia only.

Competition is open to those over the age of 18.

Competition is not open to Mont staff, staff of Mont stockists, Mont Ambassadors or Mont sponsored athletes.

When winner/s are confirmed, winner/s first names and surname initials (if provided) will be shared in an issue of the Mont Newsletter.

All existing E-Gift Card terms and conditions apply to E-Gift Cards issued as prize/s.


14 Responses

robert forbes
robert forbes

December 01, 2021

retired and need excitement.

Dan Marges
Dan Marges

November 04, 2021

Lets go bike packing and climb some trees :)

Ken Mccarron
Ken Mccarron

October 14, 2021

My Mont Day Pack has been on so many adventures with me and it so practical and tough. But my favorite piece of mont gear is my maroon polartec vest. I think this vest get used almost everday. It the right balance of keeping me at the right temperature and it so quick dying. Mont make gear and it last for such a long time. I would like to upgrade my 30 year old sleeping bags with a mont quality bag. My last bag was made by a local manufacture in Brisbane( Torre) It still is functional but at 2kg it quite heavy for today standards.

Ethan wood
Ethan wood

October 11, 2021

Help me I’m poor

Slavica
Slavica

October 08, 2021

The 👌

Rowan Mason
Rowan Mason

October 08, 2021

I just spent the last month living out of my Mont Moon dance tent and associated Mont sleeping bag, ground sheet, camping chair etc, riding my push bike from Darwin to Broome. Can’t wait to use again on my next cycling excursion, south coast to the snowies and back through Namadgi. Love the tent and sleeping bag

Phub Dorji
Phub Dorji

October 08, 2021

I like mont, because it’s best for my trekking in Bhutan.

Bernie I’Ons
Bernie I’Ons

October 08, 2021

Adventure beckons…

Tyson Anskaitis
Tyson Anskaitis

October 07, 2021

Love my Mont Epoch tent!

Steve F
Steve F

October 07, 2021

recently I purchased my first Mont product. The size I ordered was a bit big so I went through the exchange process. The staff at Mont were so helpful and the exchange has gone through effortlessly. Thanks Guys, great service, great products, you rock!

Eerhard Huizinga
Eerhard Huizinga

October 07, 2021

I have had my eye on your long sleeve hiking shirts, we already have your sleeping bags so that side is sorted. I suspect for quite a while.

Jeff Leech
Jeff Leech

October 07, 2021

:)

Steve Maxwell
Steve Maxwell

October 07, 2021

I want to win so bad. I’ve never won anything so don’t like my chances. This would really help me getting my camping equipment for the backcountry but being stood down from work has made it hard to save. It’s been a dream of mine to get Mont gear. My back pack has been awesome so reckon the tent and sleeping bag are going to be epic.

Robert Bird
Robert Bird

October 07, 2021

Love Mont – great gear and service

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