Ninja Warrior Competition ~ Win a Suzuki and £40,000 in Cash

Ninja Warrior Competition Suzuki Prize Draw 2018. The prize also includes £40,000 cash. This year’s prize will be broadcast on the new series of Ninja Warrior on ITV 1 from 14 April 2018. The Ninja Warrior competition prize draw is available for UK residents only.

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This is a prize draw, there is no question or answer required for the Ninja Warrior Suzuki competition on ITV.

Ninja Warrior Competition Suzuki Prize Entry Details

Postal Entry

Send your name and a contact telephone number (including area code if providing a landline number) to NW04, PO Box 7558, Derby, DE1 0NQ.

Premium Rate Telephone Entry

Call 0906 878 8333 and follow the instructions given on the PRTS phone line; up to fifteen (15) paid entries per phone number. Each call costs £2.00 plus your network access charge.

SMS Text Entry Details

Text WINNER to 68333; up to fifteen (15) paid entries per phone number. Entrants who send a second SMS text entry using the same mobile number by the closing date and time will receive a third entry into the Prize Draw without charge (based on the same details as submitted in their previous paid entry).

For each subsequent entry from the same mobile number, the entrant will receive an additional entry without charge (based on the same details as submitted in their previous paid entry). This therefore works as a “3 entries for the price of 2 entries” offer followed by “buy one entry get one entry free” offers.

Each chargeable SMS text entry costs £2.00 plus one standard network rate message. Please note that SMS entries without the keyword or where the keyword is misspelt will still be counted and charged (where applicable). If you do not want to receive SMS marketing texts about similar products and services, please add NO INFO at the end of your text entry. [Source: Ninja Warrior Competition Suzuki Prize Draw 2018 ITV].

Ninja Warrior Competition Prize Draw 2017 Online Entry Details

Visit to www.itv.com/comps and follow the instructions; up to fifteen (15) paid entries for each online payment route per phone number provided. A single online entry costs £2.00. Paid and free entry bundles may be offered from time to time as stated on the website.

Ninja Warrior Competition Suzuki Prize Details

  • Suzuki Vitara S 1.4 Boosterjet with petrol engine
  • £40,000 in cash

 

Ninja Warrior Competition Suzuki

 

Terms and conditions.

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Who can enter?

The Ninja Warrior competition Suzuki prize draw is open to UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man residents aged 18 years or over only, excluding employees of the Promoter, their immediate families, and anyone else professionally connected with the competition. [Source: Ninja Warrior Competition Suzuki Prize Draw 2018].

Deadlines

Prize Draw closes for entries via postal entry is at 5:00 p.m. on Friday 22 June 2018.

Prize Draw closes for entries via PRTS and SMS and via online website entry at 5:00 p.m. on Monday 18 June 2018.

Savings

You and your friends will save around £1.50 for each entry by avoiding premium phone or text number entries and using a 55p Royal Mail 2nd class postage stamp to submit your entry.  You can use a 1st class stamp costing 65p if you wish.

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You must use the ITV competition or prize-draw website entry form using the information provided above.

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