How we use cookies on Golden-Ticket
By using the Golden-Ticket website you’re confirming that you’re happy to accept our use of cookies. Here you can find out more about how we use them. You won’t be able to sign in to your account or donate if cookies are disabled. If you prefer not to receive cookies, then you won’t be able to donate or set up a fundraising page because both rely on cookies to function effectively.

What are cookies?
Cookies are small, harmless files placed on your computer’s hard drive or in your browser memory when you visit a website.

What do cookies do?
Cookies help to make the interaction between users and websites faster and easier. For example, they can remember your login details or information you supply as you set up a fundraising page. What cookies don’t do is store any personal or confidential information about you. Find out more about what our cookies do

Are cookies safe?
Yes, cookies are harmless text files. They can’t look into your computer or read any personal information or other material on your hard drive. Cookies can’t carry viruses or install anything harmful on your computer.

Why should I keep cookies switched on?
We advise you to keep cookies active during your visits to our website because parts of the site rely on them to work properly. For example, you won’t be able to sign in to your account or donate if cookies are disabled.

Turning cookies on or off
You have several options when it comes to receiving cookies. You can set your browser either to reject all cookies, to allow only ‘trusted’ sites to send them, or to accept only those cookies from websites you are currently using. We recommend that you don’t block all cookies because parts of our website rely on them to work properly. To find out how to turn cookies on and off in your browser, click on your browser’s logo below.


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Opting out of re-marketing advertising

We use cookies that allow us to recognise people who have previously visited our website and use this information to match the right people with the right message when we advertise online. This may affect how third-parties, like Google, show you ads on sites across the Internet.You can opt out of Google’s use of cookies by visiting Google’s Ads Settings.

The icons to the right will show you how to update your Twitter and Facebook accounts to opt out of tailored ads