Are you the Supreme Trading Champion?
|The challenge is simple. Trade up Basil Bear for an item worth more, and keep trading for a bigger and better item until the trading period ends. You then you sell it, send us the money and the person who gives us the most money will be crowned Supreme Trading Champion. The bigger and better the items, the more money the charity will make.
The inspiration for this challenge comes from Kyle Macdonald, a Canadian blogger, who traded a single paper clip, for something better and fourteen swaps later he had secured a house.
You must read the Barter for Basil T’s & C’s below before registering.
To register please complete the form attached to this page and when you have registered we will post you your Basil Bear and a confirmation document.
Trading phase starts – 12 noon 1st February
Trading phase ends – 12 noon 1st June
Selling and Sending in Money phase – 1st July to 16th July
We suggest one of the best ways for you to sell your item is on EBay.
Winner and Total Raised announcement – 1st August
BECAUSE OF THE EXTREME COMMITMENT EACH PARTICIPANT WILL HAVE TO PUT INTO THIS CHALLENGE TO STAND ANY A CHANCE OF WINNING, WE MAY NEVER REPEAT THIS EVENT AGAIN, SO THIS IS THE PERFECT (BUT ONLY) OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU’LL GET TO PROVE THAT YOU ARE THE GREATEST TRADER OF THEM ALL! DON’T DELAY, REGISTER TODAY.
BARTER FOR BASIL Terms & Conditions
i) By registering to take part in this event you acknowledge that you have read, understand and agree to the terms and conditions.
ii) The trader is fully aware that whilst they are participating in a St Basils charity fundraiser the charity is not responsible for the actions of any trader or the outcome of any trade, including storage, maintenance and logistics.
iii) St Basils does not condone any actions by the trader that could be considered illegal, disrespectful, inappropriate, unsafe or in any way bring the charity into disrepute.
iv) It is the sole responsibility of the participant for the securing, storage and safety of the item until it is handed over to the person who buys it.
v) St Basils reserves the right to disqualify any participant from further participation in this event.
vi) An item can be a service or event as long as it is legally redeemable and does not expire within one year of the close of trade.
vii) An item cannot belong to someone else of have ties to third parties who could make claim to the item.
viii) An item cannot be anything living such as people, animals or plants.
ix) An item cannot be permanently attached to any other property not offered as part of the exchange.
x) An item cannot require a fee or additional payment as a condition of transfer of the item between parties.
xi) An item cannot be stolen property, illegal in any way or ‘explicit’ in nature.
xii) You must stop trading by 16th July 2021.