Dancing On Ice Competition ITV Website Entry – Win a BMW X3 & £20000 – Ends 20/3/14

Dancing on Ice Competition ITV

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Dancing on Ice Competition ITV Prize Number 2

This competition has now closed.

You’ll find plenty of new competitions to win big cash prizes on my homepage!

ITV Dancing on Ice competition Prize Number 2 is also available for free website entry with STV or UTV.

Broadcast again on ITV 1 on Sunday 89March 2014.

Free ITV.com website entry closes on 20th March 2014.

Dancing on Ice competition ITV prize number 2 is worth £20,000 cash.

The winner will also receive a brand new BMW X3.

The total prize package is worth £50,000.

Dancing on Ice competitions featured on this website are totally free to enter.

20 minutes per week entering these free competition could transform you and your family’s life… and it’s impossible to lose any money!

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Each person is allowed 6 free website entries!

The question and answer can be seen below…  and more free ITV competitions!

Dancing on Ice competition ITV number 2. ITV.com free entry link- dancingonicecompetition


Tip! Click on the pink button, red link or image 6 times to open 6 free ITV.com website entry forms in new windows or tabs.

Dancing on Ice Competition Prize.

  • A cheque for £20,000 (twenty thousand pounds) made payable in the name of the entrant only.
  • A new BMW X3 car. Info sourced from ITV.com.

ITV Dancing on Ice competition question for this week’s show is;

Which award did Torvill and Dean receive in the year 2000?

A. O.B.E.

B. An Oscar

C. A Brit

The suggested answer is A: O.B.E.

Tip! You only need to use the letter A, B or C in the ITV competition website entry form.

Dancing on Ice ITV competition question for website entry Sunday 2 March 2014 - dancingonicecompetition
^^^^^ Click on image to enter competition for free ^^^^

Scroll down to see answer and other free to entry UK TV competitions!

Dancing on Ice ITV website competition closing date.

Your last chance to get free website entry for this prize is 5 pm on Thursday 20 March 2014.

Who can enter for free?

Dancing on Ice ITV competition is open to UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man residents aged 18 years or over only, excluding employees of the promoter and their immediate families or anyone  professionally connected with the competition. Sourced from STV.tv

Free Entry

All eligible UK entrants are permitted up to 6 (six) free website entries.

All free entries accepted into this competition by the promoters must be given the same chance of winning the prize on offer as that given to paid for entries. All winners are chosen at random.


Each entry takes less than 60 seconds to submit using the free web entry links instead of premium rate telephone or paid text number entry.

Each entrant will save as much as £9.24 – so please tell your friends!

All cash prizes won with the competitions featured on this website are tax free!

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  •  Win cash prizes daily. Every weekday afternoon and occasionally on Sunday morning.

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  • Win £10,000 cash plus trips and Europa final tickets in Turin and Lisbon. Valid to 30/4/14.

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Dancing on Ice ITV viewers competition winners.

Prize Number 1.

Congratulations to Miss M Brown of Chester who won £20000 and a brand Mini.

ITV Dancing on Ice viewers competition winners can be seen on this link.

There’s no need to risk any money to win these prizes and they must be paid out by law.

PS. Please don’t submit your question or answer for the competition in the comment box below.

You must use the free ITV competition website link or pink button above!

Good luck with your free entry.

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2 thoughts on “Dancing On Ice Competition ITV Website Entry – Win a BMW X3 & £20000 – Ends 20/3/14”

  1. Hello Bren and thanks for your comment. You won’t be wasting your time as all free entries must be accepted into the draw along with paid for entries.
    If ITV only accepted paid for entries, it would mean that they have to operate a UK lottery and be a non-profit organisation which is hard to achieve (or we’d all be running a lottery!).

    The fact that people pay to enter makes no difference to the chances of winning the prize on offer than that given to paid entries.
    So keep entering the comps and as many as you can. Sooner or later you will be picked out as the lucky winner… and you won’t lose a single penny!

    I have put together a little article on this subject on this page link;
    Good Luck, Martin

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