Global VIP presents the jewel in the crown returning bigger and better for the 2020- Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix. We are back offering unprecedented pricing for twin share accommodation and a truly unique F1 Hospitality Experience that you and your guests will never forget.
We have a spectacular package for people that want the best of both worlds of luxury, hospitality, 5 Star accommodation and views all at a very affordable price!! Our team are very experienced in bringing to life a weekend of high octane action, partying and VIP comfort as you are invited to experience one of the greatest races on the Formula 1 calendar in VIP style right above the track as the Formula 1 cars take the turn into Padang Straight.
There is no other package inclusive of hospitality and tickets on the market with this many high-end inclusions that compares to this offer..... We urge people to book it while it is still available!!!
The total cost of this Early Bird Promotion package for the first 10 bookings only amounts to $8,900 AUD Includes all taxes and fees (for 2 Guests in total) *Price only available through Tixstar and Global VIP
*Normally sold retail at $10,990 inclusive of all taxes and fees
This package is subject to changes and availability dependant at the time of booking as it is sold on a first serve basis only.
Type: 2018 Singapore Formula One Grand Prix
Product Type: Travel Packages
- Access to shared premium corporate hotel track view suite on Level 16 of the Swissotel each day. Suite is converted to hospitality venue overlooking turn 9 of the Singapore street circuit *See photos attached of the hospitality suite and view
- Premium open bar service with fine wines and deluxe beer selection
- Gourmet canapés and a selection of finger food throughout each day
- Two (2) Bay Grand Stand passes for either the Friday, Saturday or Sunday guaranteed to be located in the first 2 rows of the Bay Grandstand directly above the tunnel where the cars go underneath. *Complimentary to this VIP package only
- Tickets to the Friday night F1 Launch Party at The Ritz Carlton Millenia, within the track itself! Party all night with World famous DJs and Royalty! *valued at $800 AUS per ticket
- Signed Memorabilia Photo of your favourite driver for each guest
- Silent Auction items for sale on Signed Racing memorabilia located in our track view hospitality suite
- 5 Star Accommodation for 2 guests is at the luxurious Fairmont Singapore Hotel in a Deluxe Room for 3 nights (situated right on the track and next door to the Swissotel), daily breakfast & Wifi included check-in on the 18th – check-out on the 21st September 2020
Terms & Conditions
“Associated Persons” means: (a) the employees, representatives and/or, agents of the Customer; and (b) any other persons in any way engaged or associated with the Customer.
“Balance of the Total Contract Amount” means the amount (if any) referred to in Item C3 of the Booking Schedule which the Customer is required to pay to the Provider
“Centre” means the Venue hosting any event which is used by the Provider in connection with the Event and providing the package;
“Customer” means the Customer or it’s agent as identified in Item A of the Booking Schedule;
“Deposit” means the amount referred to in item C2 of the Booking Schedule which the Customer is to pay to the Provider;
“Event” means the event or series of events comprising the Event described in Item B of the Schedule (or any annexure hereto);
“Event Date” means the date specified in the Booking Schedule;
“Provider” means CHARME VIP Pty Ltd T/A Global VIP
“this Agreement” means this agreement between the Provider and the Customer;
“Tickets” means tickets of admission to the Centre for the purpose of enabling the Customer to attend the Event;
“Total Contract Amount” means the amount specified in Item C1 of the Booking Schedule.
2.1. The Customer must pay to the Provider: (a) the Deposit in accordance with clause 3 of this Agreement; and (b) the Balance of the Total Contract Amount in accordance with clause 3 of this Agreement; and (c) any and all other sums which are payable by the Customer to the Provider pursuant to this Agreement.
2.2. The Provider shall not be required to carry out any of its obligations under this Agreement until such time the Customer makes payment of all monies due and owing under clause 2.1. Notwithstanding this clause, the Provider may in its discretion, carry out its obligations prior to receipt of payment from the Customer.
2.3. Any payments made by credit card under this Agreement will incur a transaction fee as stated in the Booking Schedule.
3. DEPOSIT & BALANCE OF THE TOTAL CONTRACT AMOUNT
3.1. The Customer agrees and acknowledges that: (a) the Deposit must be paid by the Customer to the Provider on or before the date specified in Item C2 of the Booking Schedule and any failure to pay the Deposit by that date will allow the Provider to terminate this Agreement without prejudice to any other rights; and (b) the Deposit in not refundable except as otherwise provided in this Agreement; and (c) If the Deposit is not paid by the date required then the Provider is (in addition to its other rights) at liberty to offer the Event or package to any other party and the Customer shall hold the Provider harmless for any such action.
3.2. The Customer agrees and acknowledges that: (a) the Balance of the Total Contract Amount stipulated in Item C3 of the Booking Schedule on or before the date specified in Item C3 of the Booking Schedule; (b) the Balance of the Contract Amount in not refundable except as otherwise provided in this Agreement; (c) if the Balance of the Total Contract Amountis not paid by the date required then the Provider is (in addition to its other rights) at liberty to offer the Event or package to any other party and the Customer shall hold the Provider harmless for any such action.
4. CANCELLATION BY CUSTOMER
4.1. Without limiting the Provider’s right to claim payment for loss and damages as a result of cancellation of the booking of the Event, if for any reason (including events beyond the Customer’s control) the Customer is unable to proceed with the booking: (a) the Customer must immediately and as soon as reasonably possible notify the Provider in writing of that fact; (b) subject to clause 4.3, the Customer’s liability to pay the Total Contract Amount in the event of a cancellation shall be as follows:
(i) if the cancellation is notified more than Twelve-(12) weeks prior to the Event Date, 80% of the Total Contract Amount shall be payable by the Customer to the Provider and for this purpose, the Provider shall be entitled to retain the Deposit (it the Deposit has been paid) up to a maximum of 80% of the Total Contract Amount and offset same against the Customer’s liability under this subclause;
(ii) if the cancellation is notified less than Twelve-(12) weeks prior to the Event Date or on the day that is Twelve (12) weeks prior to the Event Date, 100% of the Total Contract Amount shall be payable by the Customer to the Provider and for this purpose, the Provider shall be entitled to retain the Deposit (it the Deposit has been paid) up to a maximum of 100% of the Total Contract Amount and offset same against the Customer’s liability under this subclause.
4.2. The Customer acknowledges that the cancellation fees charged under clause 4.1(b) are genuine pre-estimates of the loss which the Provider will suffer as a result of the Customer cancelling the booking of the Event. For this purpose, the Customer warrants that it will not challenge clause 4.1(b) as being in the nature of a penalty.
4.3. Where both parties agree the Provider may give to the Customer a Credit for the Deposit paid subject to any cancellation being more than five-(5) weeks prior to the Event Date however any such credit is at the absolute discretion of the Provider.
5. TICKETING AND EVENT INFORMATION
5.1. The Provider shall provide to the Customer prior to the Event Date the Event all relevant and necessary information, tickets and/or security passes for admissions to the Centre and the Event.
5.2. The Tickets to the Event will be provided to the Customer upon the Customer’s arrival to the Centre on the Event Date. Where it is possible and at the sole discretion of the Provider, the Tickets may be provided to the Customer prior to the Event Date.
5.3. The Customer acknowledges and agrees that: (a) no person will be admitted to any Event without a Ticket issued by the Provider; (b) the Provider shall not be responsible or liable for any failure in the ticketing system or for any act, omission or default in respect of the printing supply and sale of the Tickets, nor for any fraud on the part of any person engaged by the Provider in respect of the supply and sale of the Tickets; (c) the Provider shall be under no liability to the Customer in respect of any refund or replacement Tickets that have been lost, stolen or destroyed; (d) the final determination of the number of Tickets to be issued to the Customer for each Event shall be made by the Provider based on the information provided to the Provider by the Customer; (e) no Tickets will be released to the Customer until after all payments in accordance with clause 2 have been made to the Provider; and (f) nothing in this Agreement shall be interpreted as making the Provider or any of its employees or agents liable to the Customer for any losses and/or damage in respect of Tickets due to fraud or theft by any person.
6. CANCELLED, UNAVAILABLE AND POSTPONED EVENTS
6.1. If for any reason an Event is cancelled or becomes unavailable on, prior or during the Event for any reason that is beyond the Provider’s control, or if the Event Date is postponed for any reason beyond the Provider’s control the Provider will not be liable for any expenses, loss and/or damage the Customer has or will suffer.
6.2. Reasons that are beyond the control of the Provider which may cause the Event to be cancelled, unavailable or postponed include but are not limited to: (a) force majeure; (b) adverse weather conditions; (c) technical or maintenance problems with public transport; (d) changes of schedule or operational decisions of the Centre; (e) illness of any performer, artist, athlete or relevant individuals or teams; (f) selling out of the Event; (g) the Provider being unable to secure the Event for any reason; (h) any other reason;
6.3. If the Event is cancelled, unavailable or postponed for reasons described in clause 6.2, the Provider may at its sole and absolute discretion do any one or more of the following: (a) refund the Total Contract Amount in part or full to the Customer less an administrative fee which shall not exceed the sum of 10% of the Total Contact Amount; or (b) demand payment of the Total Contract Amount, or any part thereof; (c) provide an alternative event to the Customer, which in the sole opinion of the Provider is similar to the Event, and such terms of this Agreement shall apply as if the alternative event was specified in Item B of the Booking Schedule at the time of execution of this Agreement, such that the Customer’s liability to make payment under this Agreement is not affected in any way.
6.4. To be clear, if the Event is cancelled, unavailable or postponed for reasons described in clause 6.2, the Provider is under no obligation to supply an alternate or additional booking to the Customer.
7. WARRANTIES PROVIDED BY THE CUSTOMER
7.1. The Customer warrants, at the time of entering into this Agreement and at all times during the continuance of this Agreement that: (a) the Customer has properly informed itself as to the Event, the suitability of the Centre and the Centre facilities and has not relied upon any representation or advice of the Provider, its employees or agents; (b) the Customer’s use of the Centre and the Centre’s facilities will not cause any damage to the Centre or to the reputation or standing of the Provider; (c) it will not do anything which will bring the Provider into disrepute or make adverse comments about the Provider in the media; and (d) any marketing, promotional and/or sponsorship activities conducted by the Customer in accordance with clause 7 of this Agreement will not infringe the intellectual property rights of any third party.
8. OBLIGATIONS OF THE CUSTOMER
8.1. The Customer must: (a) be present at the Event on the Event Date; (b) ensure that any Associated Persons are present at the Event on the Event Date; (c) not carry on any activity at the Event which is dangerous, noxious, offensive, illegal, noisy or objectionable; (d) vacate the Centre at the conclusion of the Event; (e) ensure proper supervision of all Associated Persons; (f) provide an authorised and responsible representative on site who will co-ordinate all communications with the Provider and be contactable for the duration of the Event; and (g) observe and comply, and ensure that all Associated Persons observe and comply with; (i) any rules and regulations made or adopted by the Centre for use and operation of the Centre; (ii) the provisions of all Occupational Health and Safety Act requirements and (iii) the Responsible Service of Alcohol regulations.
8.2. Where possible, the Provider will provide to the Customer the codes of conduct, rules and regulations for attendance, use and operation of the Centre and the Centre’s facilities prior the Event Date, otherwise the Customer agrees it will make its own enquires and familiarise itself as to the codes of conduct, rules and regulations for attendance, use an operation the Centre and the Centre’s facilities prior to the Event Date.
8.3. The Customer must ensure that the Associated Persons do not: (a) bring into the Centre any firearms, explosives, inflammable liquids, hazardous materials, drugs or alcoholic beverages or any other goods or services for the purpose of sale or supply; (b) remove or obscure, whether directly or indirectly, any signage, logo or other representation;
8.4. The Customer must not engage in and must ensure that Associated Persons do not engage in anyriotous, disorderly, drunken, improper or unlawful conduct or any conduct prohibited by this Agreement.
8.5. The Customer agrees that the Centre, its employees and agents may refuse admission to or remove any person from the Centre, including any of the Associated Persons at any time, regardless of whether the Event is in progress. The Customer must instruct the Associated Persons on the appropriate conduct on their part necessary to avoid a breach of this clause.
8.6. The Customer must ensure that the Associated Persons: (a) use the Centre and its facilities in a safe and proper manner so as not to create any risk of injury or damage to person or property; and (b) comply with all reasonable directions of the Centre’s management in connection with the safe and proper use of the Centre and its facilities.
8.7. The Customer is responsible for any equipment and items it brings into the Centre including any equipment supplied by a third party for the Event and the Provider shall have no liability to the Customer for any loss of or damage to any such equipment.
9. DAMAGE TO THE CENTRE
9.1. The Customer must report to the Provider any damage to the Centre, the Centre facilities, or other equipment, facilities and services provided by the Provider sustained during use by the Customer, any Associated Person or any persons attending the Event immediately upon becoming aware of the damage.
9.2. The Customer must pay to the Centre or Provider as the case may require, the cost of repairing and making good any damage of the type referred to in clause 9.1 including the cost of labour and materials and replacement equipment and must if required by the Provider itself repair and make good any such damage.
9.3. The Customer must pay to the Provider the amount of any revenue which the Provider calculates to have been lost by reason of any damage of the type referred to in clause 9.1 or the repairing and making good of any such damage.
10. MARKETING, PROMOTION AND SPONSORSHIP
10.1. The Customer must not erect or place any flag, banner or other signage in or around the Centre or any area allocated to the Customer during the Event without the prior approval of the Provider or the Centre, which may be given or withheld at the sole discretion of the Provider.
10.2. Any sponsorship arrangements pertaining to the Event, including a list of relevant sponsors, must be provided to the Provider within four-(4) weeks prior to the Event Date. The Customer must keep the Provider informed of any additional sponsors it proposes to appoint in connection with the Event.
10.3. The Provider retains the full discretion to determine what, if any, rights may be granted to the Customer’s sponsors that affect the Centre or the conduct of the Event.
11. CLEARANCE OF THE CENTRE AFTER EVENT
11.1. The Customer and its Associated Persons must vacate the Centre and remove all of the Customer’s equipment at the end of the Event and must at the Customer’s expense make good any damage to the Centre caused by the Customer and Associated Persons.
11.2. The Customer must leave the Centre in a clean, safe and proper condition.
11.3. Where the Customer fails to vacate the Centre within the time prescribed, the Customer must pay to the Provider an additional fee equal to 25% of the Deposit.
12. RIGHTS OF THE PROVIDER IN RESPECT OF THE EVENT
12.1. The Provider reserves for itself the right: (a) provide ticketing services for the Event; (b) nominate preferred suppliers for equipment and catering; and (c) to suspend or control the Event if in the reasonable judgment of the Provider it is not in accordance with this Agreement; and (d) to suspend or cancel the Event if in the opinion of the Provider it is necessary to do so for the reasons detailed in clause 6.2 of this Agreement.
12.2. The Customer agrees that it will comply with any directions made by the Provider or the Centre in exercising the rights reserved under clause 12.1.
13. SPECIFIC SECURITY INTEREST
13.1. In consideration for entering into this Agreement, the Customer as the beneficial owner of the benefit derived by this Agreement states that it is absolutely entitled to grant this security interest and hereby charges in favour of the Provider all of its personal property present and future and wheresoever situated with the payment to the Provider of all monies secured by the Agreement. Such security interest shall be a non-circulating and specific security interest and a circulating security interest on all other personal property of the Customer to the extent of all monies that may be owed to the Provider under this Agreement.
14. PERSONAL GUARANTEE CHARGE OVER PERSONAL PROPERTY COLLATERAL OF THE CUSTOMER
14.1. The Customer as the beneficial owner of the benefit derived by this Agreement states that it is absolutely entitled to grant this security interest and hereby charges in favour of Provider all his, her or its personal property present and future and wheresoever situated including but not limited to uncalled capital, goods, chattels moveable fixtures and fittings (even if temporarily affixed to realty for their better enjoyment), stock in trade, plant, book debts, and goodwill with the payment to The Provider of all monies secured by this Agreement. Such security interest shall be a non-circulating and specific security interest on all of the abovementioned personal property now or in the future belonging to the Customer and a circulating security interest on all other assets and property of the Customer.
14.2. In the event of the Customer’s default in the strict observance of the payment terms of this Agreement, the Provider shall be at liberty to appoint a receiver and or manager of the Customer as the case may be without derogating from its other rights under this Agreement.
14.3. The Customer irrevocably appoints the Provider and any receiver or manager appointed by the Provider to be the Customer’s joint and several attorneys to execute sign and perform in his, her or its name and on his, her or its behalf all Agreements, Deeds, Instruments, acts and things whatsoever which the Customer is required or reasonably expected to execute sign and perform under the covenants contained in this Agreement and generally to use the Customer’s name in the exercise of all or any of the powers conferred on the Provider or any receiver or manager appointed by Provider as the case may be.
15. PERSONAL PROPERTY SECURITIES REGISTER (PPSR)
15.1. The Customer consents to the Provider notifying this Agreement in the PPSR as a result of any default of the Customer of this Agreement. The Customer agrees to do all things necessary to perfect this security interest, including but not limited to executing all necessary security documents for registration if requested by the Provider.
15.2. The Customer must pay all costs associated with searches for and registration of this Agreement or any notification concerning it, except a discharge/ satisfaction of this security interest or any fee or cost exempted by law.
16. PERSONAL PROPERTY SECURITIES ACT 2009 (“PPSA”) FACILITATION
16.1. For the purposes of this paragraph: (a) Financing statement has the meaning given to it by the PPSA; (b) Financing change statement has the meaning given to it by the PPSA; (c) “Security agreement” means the security agreement under the PPSA created between the Customer and The Provider whether described as a security interest, charge or other expression herein and without limiting those other expressions