ITV’s James Nesbitt’s Ireland competition – Number 1. Competition Number 2 is also available for free entry here on Monday 15th April 2013 from this website. There is free entry for the James Nesbitt’s competition on ITV.com,STV.tv & U.tv.
You can enter here for free from Monday 1st April 2013 to 19th April 2013. You can submit your free entries into this prize draw with either ITV, STV or UTV for James Nesbitt’s Ireland competition, no matter which part of UK that you live!
In this show’s free competition, all entrants, including their friends, relatives and workmates, are allowed 3 (three) no risk, free entries on the ITV competition website (see links below). The prize on offer will be a cheque made payable only in the winners name for £2,000 cash and they will also win a holiday to Ireland for themselves and three companions.
Please note! All free entry submissions that has been accepted into the James Nesbitt’s Ireland competition draw by the promoters, must be given the same odds of winning the prize on offer as that given to paid for entries. Promoters of ITV competitions cannot discriminate against non paying entrants.
The question & answer to ITV’s James Nesbitt’s Ireland competition on Monday 1st April 2013 is;
Who famously created the Irish dance show ‘Lord of the Dance’?
A. Michael McIntyre
B. Michael Douglas
C. Michael Flatley
Me thinks you should submit answer C: Michael Flatley.
This competition allow each entrant 3 (three) free competition entries but some ITV free competitions will allow for 6 (six) no cost entries I’ll bring to you the very latest free online competitions in the UK, especially for TV and they will always be free to enter!
Please note! The ITV website entry form can be difficult to locate when you have entered your first free competition submission. I can only suggest that you then close the entry webpage after your first entry submission has been accepted. You will then be returned here. All you need to do then is to repeat the process until you have used up all your free entries.
Deadline: James Nesbitt’s Ireland competition will close for free online entry on Friday 19 April 2013 at 17:00 hours.
To Enter. Each UK resident over the age of 18 with a their own phone number is allowed up to 3 (three) free entries. Please use the pink button or links below to submit your free entries.
You must be “in ‘em to win ‘em”.
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7 thoughts on “James Nesbitt’s Ireland Competition No.1 – Free to Enter – Win £2000 Cash & 7 Night Holiday to Ireland for 4 – Ends 19/04/13”
the closing date is wrong on James Nesbit comp.
this is a fantastic competition site excellent prizes and its free to enter all of the competitions would love to win one of the big prizes on offer my competition dream.i have passed all this information on to comping friends.they love it.
Many thanks, Martyn.
Hi – so can you confirm that if you hit the pink button once for the competition entries then 3 entries have been made.
Brilliant website, thanks
Thank you very much! Good luck.
Hello and thanks for your enquiry. You have to enter three different times. One submission counts as one entry, so you have to then repeat the process two more times to get all three no-cost entries. Please feel free to add a comment if you need any further info. Martyn