ITV X Factor Competition 2014
ITV 1 – STV 1 & UTV 1
Prize Number 8
Broadcast Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 December 2014 and on other dates.
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Your cheapest entry method for this prize will be by postcard using a 53p Royal Mail second class postage stamp.
Each person is allowed up to 37 postal entries but each submission must have postage paid.
Multiple entries contained in an envelope or on a postcard will only count as one submission.
Typical premium rate telephone or text entry cost around £1.54 per submission.
Post – send your entry on a postcard or on or within an envelope to TXF1108, PO Box 7558, DE1 0NQ Entries received on anything other than a postcard or envelope will not be accepted. In the case of multiple entries received in an envelope or postcard, only one entry will be entered into the Prize Draw. Sufficient postage must be paid – any entries without sufficient postage will be discounted. The Promoter and producers bear no responsibility for any entry that is incorrectly submitted, lost or received after the closing date, or damaged in any way. Source ITV.com.
ITV X Factor competition for prize number three is worth;
- £50,000 in tax free cash
- Simon Cowell’s car: a Mini John Cooper Works GP worth £28,000
About the show
Last week, Stereo Kicks were the last of the groups to be eliminated, making mentor Louis Walsh the only judge with no acts competing in the semi-final. Now, the time has come for the remaining contestants to show the voting public why they deserve a place in next week’s grand final. Simon Cowell, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Mel B and Louis will be looking for nothing less than note-perfect performances as they search for a worthy successor to last year’s winner Sam Bailey, but will the pressure to deliver lead to disaster for any of these would-be pop stars? Dermot O’Leary deals with the drama on the panel. [Source ITV.com]
Prize Draw opens for entries via premium rate telephone, SMS text message as stated in promotion for “The X Factor” and “The Xtra Factor” programmes (together the “Programme”) on Saturday 6 December 2014.
Prize Draw closes for entries via PRTS and SMS at 19:.00 p.m. on Saturday 20th December 2014.
Postal entries must be received by 17:00 p.m. on Monday 29th December 2014.
Who can enter for free?
The X Factor Competition Prize Draw is available only to UK, Channel Islands & Isle of Man residents. You must aged 18 years or over on the date of the draw. Employees of the promoters and their immediate families are not permitted free entry or paid entry. Sourced from ITV.com.
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Postcard entry TV competitions
If you are considering using a paid option such as premium rat telephone or sms entry then you should consider postal entry for the prizes that are not allowing web site submissions.
It is quite clearly the lowest cost way to submit your entries for the prizes on offer.
Typical sms or premium rate entry typically costs around £1.54 per entry per prize but you can enter with a postcard for as little as the cost of a Royal Mail 2nd class postage stamp for 53p per entry.
Good luck everybody and please tell your friends.
You can’t submit your free entry in the comments section below.
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