Tour de France Competition ITV 2014 – Win £10000 & Boardman Bike – Ends 18/7/14

Tour de France Competition Prize Draw 2014 ITV

Also shown on STV in Scotland and UTV in Northern Ireland

Tour de France Prize Draw (Number One) is available here from Thursday 3 July 2014.

You can enter online for free until 18 July 2013.

This prize draw is offering a £10,000 cash prize plus a Boardman Elite Bike worth £4,000 with free entry at the ITV.com website (see links below).

This prize will be broadcast through out the 2014 tournament on ITV 1 and ITV 4.

Regional TV stations such as STV and UTV will also announce this prize draw.

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http://www.itv.com/onlineentry/tourdefrance/tdf-prize-draw1?oid=1123&type=campaign&origin_type=show&origin_oid=TourDeFr

5 (five) free entries are permitted with this prize draw.

Please note! The ITV webpage may be a little slow to load full information and you may need to scroll down the page to find the entry form.

There may also be some issues with links to the ITV website for this prize. If you are having problems please try this link;

http://www.itv.com/onlineentry/tourdefrance/tdf-prize-draw1

The links to the competition page may not open correctly if you have enabled ad blocking services in your browser!

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^^^^ Click on image to enter prize draw for free ^^^^

Scroll down to find more free to enter TV competitions!

ITV Tour De France viewers competition – 5 (five) free on-line web entries are available from this website with either ITV.com, STV.tv or U.tv for this free to enter prize draw.

Free web entries are with either ITV, STV or UTV (see links below).

Jill Douglas and Sebastien Piquet present coverage from Leeds Arena as the teams are presented ahead of the 2014 staging of the prestigious race, featuring music by Kimberley Walsh, Opera North and Embrace. Sourced from ITV.com

The Prize.

£10,000 in cash and a Boardman Elite Series SLS/9.8 bike fitted specifically for the rider.

This is a free prize draw.

No question or answer is required to enter, simply enter your details using the links or pink button above!

Eligibility.

This competition is 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.

Your last chance to claim free website entry for the ITV Tour de France competition will be 10:00 am on Friday 18 July 2014.

Claim your 5 (five) separate free web entries by clicking on the following pink button or the links below.

Each competition submission entry only takes about 1 minute to complete!

Savings.

You and your friends will save at least £7.50 each on paid entries for the Tour de France free prize draw by circumventing premium rate phone or sms text number entry.

Please note! All free entries are treated the same as paid entries and the winner is always chosen at random.

Why not increase your chances of winning a life-changing prize with these free TV competitions?

It’s impossible to lose a single penny!

Tipping Point Competition – 3 free entries.

  • Win £15,000 cash. Closing on 17/7/14.

This Morning ITV Competitions – 6 free entries.

  • Win £25,000 cash, BMW car and a 14 day Disney holiday for 4 in Florida. Closes 11/7/14.
  • Win a £52,000 in cash. Ends 18/7/14.

ITV Catchphrase Competition – 6 free entries.

  • Win £25,000 in cash. Ending on 23/7/14.

Dickinson’s Real Deal ITV.com  still open – 3 free entries per competition.

  • Win big with new cash prizes added every day during the week.

Good Morning Britain TV competitions – 6 free entries.

  • Win £50,000 in cash, a new Mercedes car and a electrical gadget haul. Closes 10/7/14.
  • Win £60,000 in cash (also known as Lorraine competition). Online entry ends 31/7/14

ITV Tipping Point Competition .

  • Sunday 6/7/14 from 5pm on ITV 1, STV 1 and UTV 1 – Win £15,000 in cash with 3 free website entries.

Let’s Do Lunch Competition with Gino and Mel starting Monday 14 /7/14 at 12:30 pm on ITV 1, STV 1 and UTV 1.

  • The prize has not been announced as yet for new series. Previous prize offerings have been £15,000 cash and a holiday to the Mediterranean, £30,000, or even as high as £50,000 in cash!

ITV Tour de France Prize Draw 2014 Prize Number Two.

  • Prize yet to be announced!

These are good reasons to sign up for my free weekly email newsletter and get all the latest info on free entry prizes as and when they are published.

Good luck.

6 thoughts on “Tour de France Competition ITV 2014 – Win £10000 & Boardman Bike – Ends 18/7/14”

  1. Hello Spexx and thanks for bringing this to my notice. I have amended the links and it could be that the ITV.com webpage may be slow to load.

    Also the entry form is not visible but can be found by scrolling down the competition entry web page a little.

    Another option that involves a bit more clicking can be found on this link; http://www.itv.com/onlineentry/tourdefrance/tdf-prize-draw1

    Please feel free to leave a comment if you are still have problems. Good luck and hopefully you’ll be on yer bike soon with £10K in your lycra’s! Martin.

  2. Ignore me Martin, I had foolishly had ‘Adblock’ enabled for this site on Opera browser. All is well now.

  3. Hi Martin,
    Beg to differ. The Link is definitely broken – other comps go through to the website very quickly but not the “Tour de France” link.

    That link you have put in your text to Spexx also just goes round in a loop.

    Best wishes
    Keithie

  4. Thanks Pablo for your comment. I don’t intentionally cause the links to be broken. I feel that ad blockers may be interpreting links to the competition entry pages as advertisements. I could be wrong but I’ve not done any investigation as yet. Good luck anyway! Martin

  5. Hello Kiethie. It could be that if you have enabled ad blockers in your browser, then they could possibly be affecting linking to the competition entry pages at ITV. Try to dis-able them if you can and please leave a comment as to if this is a remedy or not. I’m still investigating this oddity. Good luck, Martin

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