Real Deal Competition – Monday £4000 – Ends 18/10/13

Dickinson’s Real Deal Competition Prize Draw.

The Real Deal Competition is open for free web entries from Monday 14 October 2013.

Today’s prize is £4,000 in tax free cash.

Viewers and ITV.com web visitors are allowed three (3) free entries including ITV, STV or UTV web entries.

You and your friends can submit your free entries here for this today’s Real Deal competition quiz.

20 minutes per week entering competitions on this website could seriously boost your wealth! 

You can enter as many competitions as you like.

 

Enter here by clicking the pink button or link below.

You can find the question & answer by scrolling down… and more free to enter competitions!

Dickinson's Real Deal competition. Monday 7 to 17 October 2013.
Hint! Click the pink button 3 times and 3 ITV.com competition entry pages will be opened in 3 new tabs or windows. Each entrant is allowed 3 separate entries into this competition.

http://www.itv.com/onlineentry/dickinsonsrealdeal/?oid=616&type=campaign&origin_type=show&origin_oid=RealDeal

Each Dickinson’s Real Deal competition entry takes less than 1 minute to complete!

There will be a new prize available on Tuesday 15th October 2013 with another 3 free web entries.

There are other Dickinson’s Deal prizes still open for free entries on this link!

You can win £250,000 on This Morning competition with 6 free entries on this link!

Remember! You can enter as many competitions as you like.

20 minutes per week on this site could change your life…

and it won’t cost you a penny!

In the competition today, brought to you from Gloucester, ITV viewers and website visitors are allowed 3 (three) free ITV.com online entries using the links below.

David Dickinson is joined by Debbie Serpell, Karen Dalmeny, Stewart Hofgartner and David Tupman in Gloucester, where a seller does surprisingly well with some oriental bronze figures.

Plus, the dealers examine an art deco cocktail watch and a walking stick with local links. Sourced from tvguide.co.uk.

This Weeks’s Prize.

Dickinson’s Real Deal quiz prize for Monday 14/10/13 is worth £4,000 in cash.

Today’s Real Deal question is;

What is the name of the sport played on broomsticks at Harry Potter’s school, Hogwarts?

A. Shoreditch

B. Backstitch

C. Quidditch

The Real Deal answer for today’s TV quiz is C: Quidditch.

You only need to type in the letter such as A,  B or C. You do not need to add the actual answer word or words!

Scroll down to find more free to enter TV competitions.

Dickinson's Real Deal competition question and answer form itv.com
This is an example of the Dickinson’s Real Deal competition entry form at ITV.com. You can click on the image to see the real Real Deal competition entry form at ITV.com


Eligibility.

This competition 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

Deadline.

The last chance to claim free website entry for today’s Dickinson Real Deal competition will be at 5 pm on 18 October 2013.

Claim your 3 (three) free ITV.com web entries by clicking on the pink button or the links above.

Savings.

You and your friends will save at least £3.09 each on paid entries.

You can get free entries on this website everyday and occasionally on Sunday’s with ITV’s Dickinson’s Real Deal competitions.  

Plus you’ll find free entry to all the latest ITV, STV and UTV web competitions.

There will be another free entry chance to win cash with daily Real Deal competitions for 2013 on Tuesday 15 October 2013. 

Dickinson’s Real Deals Prize Winners.

Prize for TV show quiz broadcast on Tuesday 1st October 2013.

Congratulations to Mr P Dawson of Manchester who won £4000 in cash.

Previous Dickinson’s Real Deal competition 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

Closing soon ITV.com competitions.

See all the closing soon free entry ITV competitions for more chances to win huge cash prizes and high value goodies without burning a hole in your pocket.

Other Free ITV.com competitions.

Daybreak Competition – 6 free web entries.

Win a cash prize worth £50K plus a brand new Merc- Ends 24th Oct 2013.

This Morning Competition – 6 free web entries.

There is also a £10000 cash prize with a super haul of luxury gadgets thrown in.

There will be a new ITV.com This Morning competition available from Monday 21 October 2013.

Loose Women competition – 6 free web entries.

Win £10,000 cash plus a brand new Range Rover. Ends 25 October 2013.

There should be a new Loose Women comp starting on Monday 21 October 2013.

X Factor Competitions 2013 – 6 free web entries.

  • 6 free entries to win £20,000 cash prize plus London and Paris trips ends 25 October
  • Another 6 free web entries to win £20,000 cash plus a holiday to Australia. 

Win Cars, Cash, Cruises and Holidays in 2013.

Get even more free entry competitions and prize draws with jetsetprizes.co.uk.

How many Real Deal competitions can you enter?

You can enter the Dickinson’s Real Deal or any other competitions as many times you like.

You won’t risk a penny of your hard earned cash!

Each free entry typically takes less than one minute to submit and is a saving of at least £1 on most ITV premium rate submissions.

ITV.com generally allow between 3 to 6 free web entries for each entrant so please tell your friends, neighbours and colleagues.

Good luck everybody!

PS. You can’t submit your entries in the comments section! Please give suggestions as to how I can improve this site for you.

PPS. You can’t submit your answer in the comments box.

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