Some Advertisers may offer alcoholic drinks as part of their Advertiser Content (Alcoholic Goods
). As with any other Advertiser Content, We do not endorse, promote, or warrant the quality of, Alcoholic Goods.
You acknowledge and agree that any Alcoholic Goods are purchased from and provided by the Advertiser directly.
An Advertiser has to be licensed to sell alcohol, and there are certain things it has to do, or not do, in order to comply with the terms of that licence.
You acknowledge and agree that the Advertiser:
- must refuse to provide You with the Alcoholic Goods if:
- You are under 18 or appear to be under 18 and cannot provide valid ID;
- You appear to be intoxicated;
- You are disorderly; or
- It is outside the trading hours listed on their licence.
- may refuse to provide You with the Alcoholic Goods on any other reasonable grounds (Refusal).
It's generally against the law to buy or receive alcohol when You're underage, or to try to sneak by with a fake ID. Significant penalties may apply.
Just to be clear, We take liquor laws very seriously - You should too.
PUT SIMPLY: Don't look at Skip like that weird guy with the mustache outside the Bottle-O who'll buy you a six-pack for $20 and a bag of chips. If you shouldn't be buying your booze at the bar, you shouldn't be doing it through Skip either.