Dickinson’s Real Deal Competition Thursday
ITV 1 – STV 1 – UTV 1
12 June 2014
Dickinson’s Real Deal Competition Thursday for TV viewers is open for free web entry from 3:25 pm on 12 June 2014.
Thursday’s prize is worth £4,400 in tax free cash.
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Free entry at ITV.com will close at 5 pm on Wednesday 18 June 2014.
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There will be a new prize with another 3 free web entries available for the Real Deal competition tomorrow, Friday 13/6/14 from Loughborough.
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Competition broadcast on ITV, STV & UTV viewers or website visitors are allowed 3 (three) free ITV.com website entries using the links provided.
In today’s TV show: David Dickinson and a team of antiques dealers visit Nottingham to offer locals the chance to put their items up for auction or accept a cash payment. A collection of toy cars proves popular and expert David Ford haggles over a watercolour. Sourced from ITV.com
Dickinson’s Real Deal competition prize is worth £4,400.
Dickinson’s Real Deal competition Thursday’s question (12/6/14) is;
Which lord went missing in 1974 under mysterious circumstances?
A. Lord Lucan
B. Lord Lytan
C. Lord Latymer
Dickinson’s Real Deal answer for today is A: Lord Lucan.
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England Friendlies Football Competition – 5 free website entries.
- Win a 2 day Rio trip plus Football World Cup final tickets for 4 & £10,000 cash. Ends 17/6/14.
The Real Deal Competition Winners.
The TV viewers competition prize winner Monday 2 June 2014.
Congratulations to Mr J Read of Southport who won £4,100.
Other DRD competition winners are still being contacted.
You can see the latest ITV competition winners on this link;
Latest Dickinson’s Real Deal competition latest winners for 2014.
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 18 June 2014 at 5 pm.
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There will be another chance to win a cash prize from Loughborough tomorrow – Friday 13/6/14.
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