How the “Ipod Giveaway” Prize Draw Works

This “Ipod Giveaway” Prize Draw is separate from all other Reader’s Digest’s Sweepstakes and is open to Canadian residents of legal age who are invited to participate, except employees of Reader’s Digest, their immediate family, or persons working for any company involved in any phase of sweepstakes/contest administration and persons with whom they are domiciled. Participants are also eligible for any of the Sweepstakes prizes. Six Apple Ipod 30 valued at $350.00 each, will be given away. Prizes must be accepted as offered with no substitutions possible. To be eligible for one of these prizes, participant must comply with the instructions on the accompanying Sweepstakes documents and return his entry form by the deadline date specified for electronic capture and registration of the required data in the Reader’s Digest computer system. This prize draw closes on November 30, 2006. Approximate odds of winning are dependent on the number of entries returned. An electronic random draw will be held in Montréal, on December 7, 2006 from all entries received. The random electronic draw will be performed in Montreal. The qualifying winners will be notified by mail shortly after the draw date, will be asked to answer a skill-testing question involving general knowledge and allow their name and photo to be used for promotional purposes. The prizes will be shipped to the winners’ homes. The winners’ names will be available upon request after the Prize Draw to anyone who sends a stamped, self-addressed envelope to “Ipod Giveaway” Prize Draw, Reader’s Digest Sweepstakes Administrator’s Office, 1125 Stanley Street, Montréal (Québec) H3B 5H5. This Prize Draw complies with all federal and provincial laws. In Québec, the required duties have been paid. Any litigation respecting the conduct or organization of a publicity contest may be submitted to the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux for a ruling. Any litigation respecting the awarding of a prize may be submitted to the Régie only for the purpose of helping the parties reach a settlement. Any questions regarding this Prize Draw may be submitted in writing to same address mentioned above.

HOW THE SPECIAL PRIZE CONTEST WORKS
The contest is separate from the Sweepstakes and is presented in conjunction with various product offers sponsored by The Reader’s Digest Association (Canada) Ltd. (RD), its subsidiaries and affiliated companies, and may be presented in conjunction with product offers co-sponsored by RD and other organizations. The contest is open to Canadian residents of legal age who accepted an offer of a Reader's Digest sponsored product and complete the Contest Entry Form, which will shortly be mailed to all “Yes” respondents. The following are excluded from entering: employees of Reader's Digest, their immediate family, or persons working for any company involved in any phase of contest administration and persons with whom they are domiciled. Entries for all prizes must comply with the deadlines and conditions stated in the accompanying material. Entrants must prove their skill by following instructions that will be on the Entry Form, and completing the essay. All entries must be received by the Entry Close Date stated on the Entry Form. The winner of the Special Prize will be determined solely on the basis of the accuracy of his/her answer and, if necessary, the literary merit of his/her essay. All and each entry will be carefully reviewed, with the essay portion judged by a writer/editor whose decision will be final. Mode of entry into the Contest, as well as visual presentation, nature of prizes and treatment of the Special Contest Prize may vary during the Contest campaign. For the Special VIP, the Windfall and Happening Special Contests, a $40,000.00 prize or cash each will be awarded. In all cases when offered, a bonus of up to $10,000.00 will be awarded on top of the basic contest prize. To receive such a bonus, conditions as specified in the promotional material must be met. The winner will be informed in writing after one of the following Winner Selection Dates: October 14, 2005; April 21, 2006 and October 20, 2006 to arrange prize delivery, and must allow his or her name and photo to be used for promotion purposes. If unclaimed, the participant that sent the next best essay will be awarded this prize. The Reader’s Digest reserves its right to offer the value of this prize to a recognized Canadian charity. (This contest complies with all federal and provincial laws. In Québec, the required duties have been paid and any litigation respecting the conduct of, or organization of, a publicity contest may be submitted to the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux for a ruling. Any litigation respecting the awarding of a prize may be submitted to the Régie only for the purpose of helping the parties reach a settlement.) ____________________________________________________________________________________________

TO SERVE YOU BETTER — OUR PRIVACY POLICY

Reader’s Digest maintains a record of your purchase and sweepstakes participation history for our Customer Service and marketing departments which enables us to offer the best service possible along with quality products we believe will interest you. Occasionally to allow our friends and customers to be aware of other products and services that may be of interest to them, we provide this information and contact information to other companies. Should you wish, for any reason, to not receive such offers from other companies please write to: Privacy Office, The Reader’s Digest Association (Canada) Ltd. P.O. Box 600, Westmount, Quebec  H3Z 3C4 or call us at 1-866-659-2887. You may also write to this address if you no longer wish to receive offers from Reader’s Digest or should you have any questions regarding your record or wish to examine or correct it.