Earn fractional shares with Tamburlaine Organic Wines

Your Reward:

Earn $4 per bottle in fractional shares of a sustainability exchange traded fund (ASX:FAIR). 

How to redeem:

1. From the Upstreet app:
Click on the 'Laava' scan button (circle) in the top left corner of the 'Portfolio' screen. This will redirect you to the Upstreet website. Please follow the instructions in #2 below.
2. From the Upstreet website (on your phone):
Scan the 'Laava' sticker on your Tamburlaine wine bottle and follow the prompts.

NOTE:
All Tamburlaine bottles are unique, so make sure to scan all of your bottles!

Exclusions:

Share rewards are only available for the "True Earth Collective" with Jamie Durie wine range. Share rewards are not available on any other Tamburlaine wine range.

About Company:

Tamburlaine is Australia's largest independent organic wine producer with vineyards in the Hunter Valley and Orange region.

Limited offer:

This reward offer is available to a limited number of participants, for a limited aggregate reward amount, and may apply for a limited time only. It may also be changed or revoked at any time. When the Reward Offer ends, further participants may no longer be able to participate.

Download the Terms and Conditions to this Reward Offer:

For all the Terms & Conditions related to this offer, download:

Product disclosure statement here (PDF)

Reward offer document here (PDF)

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Disclaimer
The information in this website is prepared by ESC Operations Pty Ltd (ACN 635 424 538, AR 1283 677), who is an authorised representative of Cache Investment Management Pty Ltd (ACN 624 306 430 AFSL 514 360) (Cache). Any financial products described in this post will be issued by Melbourne Securities Corporation Limited (ACN160 326 545, AFSL 428 289), as disclosed in the relevant product disclosure statement. All information is general information only and does not take into account your personal circumstances, financial situation or needs. Before making a financial decision, you should read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement and Target Market Determination and consider whether the product is right for you and whether you should obtain advice from a professional financial adviser.