This Morning Competition – Win £100000 Cash – Postcard Entry – EXPIRED

This Morning Competition & Prize Draw

Broadcast on ITV – STV & UTV

Free website entry with ITV.com is not offered for this week’s prize.

This competition has now closed.

You’ll find plenty of free to enter competitions to win cash prizes on my homepage!

Open from Monday 6 October 2014

Postcard delivery entry deadline is 5:00 pm on Thursday 30 October 2014.

There is no website entry currently on offer for this prize.

Your cheapest entry method for this prize is by using a 53p 2nd class Royal Mail postage stamp to submit your entries for this competition.

The maximum number of entries permitted for each entry route for the Loose Women, This Morning and X Factor competitions is 37. [Source ITV.com].

Typical premium rate telephone entry usually costs from £1.50 per submission!

All submissions received by the promoter must be entered into the prize draw and the winner is always picked at random.

There are other big prizes with free website entry that can be found by scrolling down this page!

Postal Entry Details

Post – send your entry on a postcard or on or within an envelope to TMG 41, PO Box 7558, Derby, DE1 0NQ. Entries received on anything other than a postcard or envelope will not be accepted. [Source ITV.com]

I’d love to know what you think about postcard entries so please leave a comment with your thoughts below.

This week’s prize.

There is one prize consisting of £100,000 in tax free cash.

Terms and conditions.

This Morning TV quiz question for this week is;

There is no question or answer required!

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Royal Mail 2nd class postage stamp of 53p plus envelope or postcard cost is by far the cheapest entry method to enter for this prize. Typical premium telephone or sms rate is around £1.50 per entry!

Please note! 

If you have enabled ad blockers in your browser, this may affect the ability of links opening in some prizes.

Postcard Entry Deadline

Postal entries must be received by 17:00 pm on Thursday 30 October 2014. [Source ITV.com]

Scroll down to see more free TV competitions with free entry.

Free ITV Website Entry.

No online entries are permitted for this week’s prize.

Who can enter?

This prize draw 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 this competition. [source itv.com]

TV competitions with free website entry

ITV Good Morning Britain – 9 free entries.

  • Win £30,000 cash plus a holiday worth £5,000. 9 free entries close 23/10/14.
  • Win £60,000 in cash. 9 free entries close 13/11/14.

Dickinson’s Real Deal  Competitions – 3 free entries.

  • Win cash prizes every weekday and occasionally on Sunday. New prizes are added daily!
  • Win £29,000 in a weekly prize special. You are allowed 5 free websites entries for this prize!

The Tipping Point Competition – 5 free entries.

  • Win £15,000 in a tax free cash prize. Closes 23/10/14.

UK Competitions with free website entry

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This Morning Competition Prize Draw Winner 15 to 24 September 2014.

Congratulations to A Perkins of Derby who won £15,000 in cash plus a Disney Cruise.

Other This Morning prize winners are still being contacted.

This Morning prize draw latest winners can also be seen on this link.

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Good luck with your free entry.

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10 thoughts on “This Morning Competition – Win £100000 Cash – Postcard Entry – EXPIRED”

  1. What a shame these competitions are all heading towards postal entries, it was worth a punt for free – but to pay for a very slim chnace of winning puts me right off

  2. Hello Steve and many thanks for your comment. I totally agree and it seems that it would mean a change to the Gambling Act 2005 to stop the TV companies from turning themselves into ‘private lottery operators’.

    However, there are still quite a few free website entries available on some TV shows. Postcard entry cost is by far the cheapest option if you use a 53p 2nd class Royal Mail postage stamp as opposed to around £1.50 for telephone entry for each submission. So please let your friends, who use phone entry, know about this website and help them save some money.

    It’s still much cheaper than the UK lottery tickets and I’m sure that the chance of winning with TV comps and prize draws offers a better chance of winning a life changing prize. I can’t imagine that millions of people submit entry into these competitions compared to the National Lottery.

    Good luck and I’ll keep my fingers crossed for you… except when I’m typing of course 🙂 Martin

  3. Agree it’s a shame these competitions are moving across to postal entry one’s. Much prefer being able to enter competitions online. With the very slim possibility of winning anything paying postage to enter a competition is off-putting I’m afraid.

  4. – re your comment about Postal Entry being the cheapest way to enter….you should also include this extract from the T&C’s – multiple entries in ONE envelope are only counted as ONE entry !!!
    “In the case of multiple entries received in an envelope or postcard, only one entry will be entered into the Prize Draw.”

  5. I don’t quite understand why they would restrict entries to postcards. There doesn’t seem much for them to gain from it. With web entry or phone entry they are at least getting some data on people (over and over again in my case :o)…) but surely with a postcard all they get is a big pile of postcards to put in the recycling.
    I wonder if there’s some kind of deal with the Royal Mail as they must be the big beneficiary. It only takes 200k people to enter and they’ve made the prize money back (on this one at least), perhaps it’s they who have stumped up the money?

  6. Surely there will be less entries into the postcard comps so a better chance winning. I’m glad the postcard comps are back, I miss them…

  7. Hi Janette. That’s a good point you have made. However, having to part with payment for stamps is still gambling but I think of all the different lotteries that are around these days, it’s a good bet to win a decent prize. Good luck (and please send me a postcard if you win anything. 🙂

  8. Have entered most days online, it was so easy for me as I am disabled and not able just to nip out to post entry. There must be many many people in my situation but it seems we are not considered when these subjects come under discussion by the powers that be. Still thankyou for the chances I have had in the past to take part.

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