Dickinson’s Real Deal Competition Monday
ITV – STV & UTV
19 May 2014
Dickinson’s Real Deal Competition Monday for TV viewers will be open for free website entry from around 3:25 pm on 19th May 2014.
Monday’s Real Deal prize is worth £1,800 in tax free cash.
Free website entry at ITV.com closes on Friday 23 May 2014.
ITV, STV & UTV viewers and ITV.com, STV.tv and U.tv website visitors are allowed three (3) free entries.
All the competitions and prize draws featured on this website must be paid out by law.
You can submit your free ITV.com website entries here for Monday’s Dickinson’s Real Deal ITV TV viewers competition quiz.
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In today’s competition, ITV, STV & UTV, viewers or website visitors are given 3 (three) free ITV.com website entries using the links provided.
David Dickinson presents a selection of the most memorable moments from the series. Items include a tribal stick that amazed everyone in the saleroom when it was sold for more than £800, and the largest-ever sale in the programme’s history – a collection of paintings purchased for more than £12,000. Sourced from itv.com
Dickinson’s Real Deal competition prize is worth £1,800.
Dickinson’s Real Deal competition for Monday’s question (19/05/14) is;
If you hide a problem, you are said to ‘sweep it under the’ what?
Dickinson’s Real Deal answer for today is A: Carpet.
You only need to type in the letter A, B or C.
You don’t have to add the actual answer in word or words in the website entry form!
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Who can enter for free?
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
The last chance to claim free website entry Dickinson Real Deal competition will be at 5 pm on Friday 23 May 2014.
Grab 3 (three) free ITV.com, STV.tv or U.tv web entries by clicking on the pink button or the links above.
There will be another free website entry Real Deal competition on Tuesday 20/5/14.
You and your friends will save at least £3.09 each on paid for premium phone entries.
You can get free website entries on this blog every weekday with Dickinson’s Real Deal competitions.
Plus you’ll find free entry to all the latest ITV.com & Channel4.com website entry competitions.
There will be another free entry chance to win cash with the daily Dickinson Real Deal competitions on Tuesday 20th May 2014.
You can also get free website entry with these TV competitions.
Dickinson’s Real Deal Competitions – Still Open – 3 free entries.
- Win cash prizes everyday during the week.
Loose Women ITV Competition – 6 free website entries.
- Win £31,000 in cash. Ends 23/5/14.
This Morning ITV Competition – Still Open – 6 free web entries.
- Win £30,000 in cash plus a caravan holiday home worth £45,000. Ends 23/5/14.
Britain’s Got Talent TV Competition – 5 free website entries.
- Win £20,000 cash plus a Mini Cooper & UK hotel break for 4 – Ending 30/5/14.
Good Morning Britain Competition – 6 free entries.
- Win £20,000 and a Mini Cooper car. Ends 2/6/14.
ITV Catchphrase TV Competition – 6 free entries.
- Win £25,000 cash. Closes on 23/7/14.
FA Cup ITV prize draw competition – 6 free web entries.
- Win £5,000 in cash – Rio in Brazil holiday including 2 World Cup final tickets & English Premier league club season tickets for 2. Closing 22/5/14.
The Real Deal Competition Winners.
TV quiz for Wednesday 30 April 2014.
Congratulations to Mr A Franks of Yorkshire who won £4,100.
You can see the latest Real Deal competition winners on this link;
Real Deal competition latest winners for 2014.
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PS. Please don’t submit your question or answer for the competition in the comment box below.
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2 thoughts on “Dickinson’s Real Deal Competition Monday – Win £1800 – Ends 23/5/14”
I hope the Loose Women switching to a postal entry is not a trend for the future. What’s their motive as you could always enter from the TV website? Do they object to this method of entry. Keep us posted.
Hi Stanley and thanks for your comment. I’m not sure what the motive is but I suspect that it may be a method to get more viewers to pay for entries by using the premium rate phone or sms entry route. By law any competition run in UK must offer a free entry route alongside any paid entry route. The Gambling Commission has deemed that standard postal entry is regarded as free. However, that was drafted many years ago when postage stamps where relatively cheap. I’ll keep you posted of any news. My message would be to use free entry whenever possible (if possible). Martin