Dickinson’s Real Deal Competition Thursday
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15 May 2014
Dickinson’s Real Deal Competition Thursday for TV viewers is open for free web entry from 3:25 pm on 15 May 2014.
Thursday’s Real Deal prize is worth £5,000 in tax free cash.
Dickinson’s Real Deal competition.
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Competition broadcast from Cannock, ITV, STV & UTV viewers or website visitors are given 3 (three) free ITV.com website entries using the links provided.
In today’s TV show: David Dickinson and a team of antiques experts visit Cannock in Staffordshire, where they offer members of the public the chance to put their collectibles up for auction or accept a cash sum. Items appraised include a miner’s tobacco box, a tiny rocking chair and an electric-shock machine. Sourced from ITV.com
Dickinson’s Real Deal competition prize is worth £5,000.
Dickinson’s Real Deal competition Thursday’s question (15/05/14) is;
The surfaced verge of a motorway used for emergency stops is called the ‘hard …’ what?
Dickinson’s Real Deal answer for today is A: Shoulder.
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The Real Deal Competition Winners.
The TV viewers competition prize winner Tuesday 29 April 2014.
Congratulations to Miss R Bonness of Ryde who won £3,100.
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Who gets free entry?
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
Your last chance to claim free website entry for today’s competition is Wednesday 21 May 2014 at 5 pm.
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