This Morning Competition
ITV.com, STV.tv or U.tv.
This Morning competition is broadcast on ITV, STV and UTV every weekday at around 10:30 am from Monday to Friday.
The TV show has been running since 1988 and for many years have offered free entry into their This Morning competitions.
Viewers can win huge cash prizes, cars, cruises, holidays and other high value prizes.
Usually a new free entry prize is offered every week and sometimes every fortnight.
This Morning Prize Draw Prizes.
One of the highest prizes offered was a whopping £250,000 in cash in October 2013.
Typical prizes allow entrants to win cash or win cars such as Mercedes and other high end cars.
Other cars on offer in the past have included Peugeot, Volkswagen, BMW and Mini.
On a few occasions through out the year, ITV’s This Morning program have offered the chance to win a motor home or win a camper van.
Sometimes the prize gives viewers or web entrants the chance to win a holiday.
Occasionally there are chances to win a cruise for a family or 6 people.
Apart from the above mentioned prizes, This Morning competition also include a combination of cash and cars or cash and holidays.
Often the prize will include a gadget haul of luxury household goods.
These combination prizes include goods such as a top range TV, iPad, smart phone and just about anything you would like to have in your home.
How to get free entry to ITV This Morning comps.
Viewers are invited to pay for entry to this competition by means of a premium rate telephone entry.
The usual cost is at least £1 per submission.
Entrants can also enter by premium rate text number and the cost is also around £1.
However, entrants can enter their submissions with a free entry by using the ITV web entry forms at ITV.com in England, UTV.tv for Northern Ireland or STV.tv for Scotland.
You can find the latest free entry to ITV’s This Morning Competition on this link;
CLICK THE PINK BUTTON OR LINK BELOW TO ENTER FOR FREE TO WIN PRIZES.
The This Morning TV show, will allow web entrants 6 free web entries per competition or prize draw.
The same amount of free entries (6) are also allowed on other ITV competitions such as;
- Loose Women competition.
- Daybreak competition (aka Lorraine competition).
- The Tipping Point competition.
- The Chase Competition.
- Secret Dealers Competition.
- Who Wants To Be a Millionaire competition.
- The Cube competition.
- Catchphrase Competition.
However, Dickinson’s Real Deal competition only allows three (3) web entries for free but it is generally provides a different cash prize every weekday.
You can submit your free web entries using the ITV.com web entry form that is provided for each prize on offer on the corresponding posts available on this website.
It does not matter which UK ITV region you are entering from and you can submit your entries using the ITV.com web entry form.
This is regardless of your location provided that you are within UK and a resident of United Kingdom.
Who Can Enter For Free?
The minimum age requirement to enter the This Morning competition states that entrants must be aged 18 years or older on the date of the prize draw.
The promoters only allow UK residents to enter including Isle of Man and Channel Islands residents.
Employees and other people or organisations connected to the promotion are also generally excluded from entering the competitions.
You should always read the terms and conditions for any ITV competition or prize draw!
How is The Winner Picked?
All competitions submissions that have been successfully accepted by the promoter will be picked out at random from a pool of free entries or paid entries.
There is no discrimination between paid or free entries.
Payment to enter these competitions or prize draws is only an option and will not increase your chances of winning the prizes on offer.
Free entry into the This Morning competition on TV is generally open for free web entry for about 10 days from the initial broadcast or announcement on the This Morning program.
So good luck with your free entries and remember… these prizes must be paid out by law.