Dickinson’s Real Deal – Free Entry Competition – Win £5000 Cash – Ends 5pm 20/03/13

Dickinson’s Real Deal free entry competition, question and answer for Thursday 14th March 2013. You can submit your entries here with ITV, STV or UTV for Thursday’s Real Deal TV prize. In the competition today, each person is permitted up to 3 (three) free entries.  Today’s cash prize is worth £5,000

You can enter the Dickinson’s Real Deal competition 3 (three) times per person with their own unique phone number (UK residents over 18 years of age only) with either itv.com stv.tv and u.tv.  Entry is always free via the website links below.  However, if you like throwing your hard earned cash away, you could enter using the SMS or text service at £1.00 plus standard text cost per entry or by using the premium rate telephone message which costs £1.03 plus call costs from non BT lines… now there’s a dilemma and a half!!!

All free entry submission that has been accepted by the promoter must be given the same chance of winning the prize on offer as paid for entries. Promoters of these competitions cannot discriminate against non paying entrants. The same is true for all free entry ITV prize draws and comps.

The Real Deal competition question and answer Thursday 14th March 2013

Thursday’s (14/03/13) Dickinson’s Real Deal question and answer is;

According to legend, what was the name of the friar companion of Robin Hood?

A. Friar Tick

B. Friar Tock

C. Tuck

I suggest that you submit answer C: Tuck.

Deadline to grab free online entries to today’s show is on Wednesday 20th March 2013 at 5 pm.

Claim your 3 (three) individual free entries by clicking on the following pink button or this ITV website link.

http://www.itv.com/Lifestyle/RealDeal/Comp/default.html?oid=295&type=campaign&origin_type=show&origin_oid=RealDeal

Please note! The website for ITV, STV and UTV entries has been slow to load recently.  Please show some patience and you will get your free competition entries.

 Each person will save at least £3.09 on paid entries. You can get free entries every day except Saturday’s with David Dickinson’s Real Deal comp. Plus free entry to all the latest ITV prize draws.

Dickinson’s Real Deal Winners.

Congratulations to Mr D. Smith of Walsall who won a cash prize of £2400 on 3rd March 2013.

Latest real deal winners can be seen on this link;

http://www.itv.com/Lifestyle/RealDeal/Comp/default.html type=winner&origin_type=show&origin_oid=RealDeal#RealDeal

This is a non gambling – no risk website!  Although some of the ads that appear may be gambling related, I’ll never request any payment and I’ll always suggest you use this website rather than spend your money.  There will be another chance to win a cash prize with Dickinson Real Deal comp on Friday 15th March 2013.

Why not make Sunday mornings special?  You can always check the latest winning numbers on this website and give yourself some extra chances to win big cash prizes by entering a few free competitions. My Mum love’s it! (She would say that wouldn’t she!)

Due on Sunday 17th March 2013Who Want’s to be a Millionaire Special – Best of Friends competition.

For your chance to win a fantastic 7 night holiday for 6 people to the Spanish Island of Mallorca courtesy of James Villa Holidays plus half the cash won on the show by the contestant. Lord Coe will be battling to win up to £1 million pounds for charity with his long term friend. Steve Cram

Available from Monday 25th March 2013 – James Nesbitt’s Ireland Competition.

Win A seven -night holiday to Ireland for 4 people is up for grabs with £2K cash spending money. Cash payments are made in the form of a paper cheque made payable only in the name of the lucky winner.

Good luck everybody and please leave your comments below.  I really need some suggestions on ways to make this website a better experience for my visitors. D on’t suffer in silence…  please let me know if there is anything you don’t like about this website.

PS. You can’t submit your entries in the comments section!

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