Free entry to ITV’s Tour de France Prize Draw competition is available here from Saturday 29th June 2013. You can enter for free until 12th July 2013.
This competition is now closed but there is a new Tour de France Competition for 2014 starting 5 July 2014. Go to home page for latest TV competitions available today!
The prize draw is offering a £10,000 cash prize plus a Boardman Elite Bike worth £4,000 with free entry at the ITV.com website.
This prize draw is usually broadcast through out the 2014 tournament on ITV 1 and ITV 4. Regional TV stations such as STV and UTV will also announce this prize draw.
Be part of the Tour de France next year with VIP tickets to the Grand Depart in Yorkshire! You’ll stay in a four star hotel, receive passes to the Village Depart and VIP tickets to the team presentation. We’ll also throw in £1000 spending money and His and Hers Boardman bikes. Sourced from ITV.com
ITV Tour De France viewers competition. 3 free on-line web entries are available from this website with either ITV.com, STV.tv or U.tv for this free to enter prize draw. Free web entries are with either ITV, STV or UTV (see links below).
Coverage of the opening stage of this year’s race, which will see the riders travel 213km from Porto-Vecchio to Bastia on the island of Corsica. Last year’s champion Bradley Wiggins has already been ruled out from defending his title due to injury and illness, but his compatriot and fellow Team Sky rider Chris Froome, who finished second 12 months ago and has been in fine form recently, is expected to mount a challenge. Presented by Gary Imlach, with commentary by Phil Liggett and Paul Sherwen, analysis by Chris Boardman and reports by Ned Boulting.
Sourced from Radio Times.
£1000 in cash and a 4 star hotel stay plus VIP tickets to the prize presentation and a pair of Boardman bicycles. So if bike cycles are your preferred method of transport then use your free entries to win this rather nice prize.
This is a free prize draw. No question or answer is required to enter!
This competition 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. Info sourced from ITV.com
Your last chance to claim free website entry for the ITV 4 Tour de France competition will be 10:00 am on Friday 12th July 2013.
Claim your 3 (three) separate free web entries by clicking on the following pink button or the links below.
Each competition submission entry only takes about 1 minute to complete!
You and your friends will save at least £3.09 each on paid entries for the Tour de France free prize draw.
Other free entry TV competitions.
Win £70,000 cash with This Morning competition. Free web entry is available here with ITV.com, STV.tv and U.tv.
Win £60,000 cash with Daybreak and Lorraine competition. Each entrant is allowed 6 free web entries. There is generally a new huge cash prize offered every 2 weeks with most ITV, STV and UTV prize draws.
Win a cash prize every day for now’t! Dickinson’s Real Deal competitions. 3 no-cost entries are allowed everyday from Monday to Friday (and sometimes on Sunday).
Also available with ITV Tour de France 2013
Tour de France Prize Draw Number 2. Win a Boardman elite series AiR 9.2S bike worth £3,500.
Tour de France Prize Draw Number 3. From Saturday 13 June 2013, win a brand new Specialized Venge Expert road bike.
Due very soon!
Tour de France prize draw Number 3.
Cycle the great outdoors courtesy of Specialized, with a Venge Expert bike worth £3,200 with full carbon fibre monocoque frame and internal cable routing. And, courtesy of ProForm, we’re adding the official Le Tour de France training Bike with one year’s membership to iFit. Plus 3 runners up will receive Rapha Pro Team Race Cape, Jersey, Shorts and Socks. Sourced from ITV.com.
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