Good Morning Britain Competition ITV
Lorraine Competition ITV 1 STV 1 UTV 1
This weeks prize is worth £35,000 in cash plus a brand new Jaguar car is available for free online web entry from 7:00 am on Monday 12 January 2015.
Free web entry at ITV.com will close at noon on Thursday 5 February 2015.
This competition has now closed.
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This is the same prize draw that is shown on Lorraine also broadcast on ITV 1, STV 1 and UTV 1 between 8:30 to 9:30 am Monday to Friday.
The competition will be broadcast every weekday during the Good Morning Britain TV show during Lorraine Kelly’s show.
Good Morning Britain prize draw for this week is;
- £35,000 in tax free cash
- Jaguar 2.2 litre i4 163 Turbocharged Diesel
Up to five (5) free website entries are available for each person if you enter online with ITV.com, STV.tv or U.tv. (See links below).
Important note! Please Read Carefully.
When you arrive on the ITV.com website, you will have to scroll down to the bottom of the page past a number of “Non ITV competitions, prize draws and offers” to reveal the correct entry form for this prize.
You can leave a comment at the bottom of this post if you are still having difficulty locating the on-line entry form in the ITV website.
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Click on the pink button or red entry links to enter for free with ITV.com.
Each website entry submission takes less than one minute to complete and is quicker than entering the online National Lottery but without parting with any of your hard earned cash!
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Remember! You can enter as many different competitions as you like and you will not be banned or voided if you exceed your free quota of entry submissions.
If you do exceed your free quota, you will be given a polite notice on the ITV.com webpage but the previous entries you have submitted will still be counted.
About the show broadcast live on ITV 1, STV 1 & UTV 1, viewers or website visitors are allowed 5 (five) free web entries using the ITV.com links provided.
Emmerdale actor Anthony Quinlan (Pete Barton) discusses his latest plotline. Plus, A lively mix of news and current affairs, as well as health, entertainment and lifestyle features. Presented by Susanna Reid, Ben Shephard, Charlotte Hawkins and Sean Fletcher.. [Sourced from ITV.com].
This is a prize draw for £35,000 cash and a new Jaguar
There is no question or answer required for entry.
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Who gets free website entry?
GMB competition 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 the Prize Draw. Info sourced from ITV.com
The last chance to claim free website entry for this competition will be at noon on Thursday 5 February 2015.
Grab 5 (five) free ITV.com, STV.tv or U.tv web entries by clicking on the pink button or the links above.
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11 thoughts on “Good Morning Britain Competition – 5 Free Web Entries – Win £35000 and Jaguar Car – EXPIRED”
To win this would be fantastic
Why are all Breakfast ITV winners always from the London Area. No one from Liverpool ever wins Cars/Money. Is this a con????
id love to win this prize im nearly 60 share a car i watch your programe every morning love it.
i hope i can win this prize good luck to you all
Hello Jill. I often check on winners but mainly to see if I have won 🙂 It seems to me that there are quite a few from London area but that is probably because there is a denser population there. I know all winners are chosen at random so it’s always a matter of luck. My advice is submit your maximum number of free entries and pat yourself on the back. You can’t lose any money when it;s free entry and all winners must be paid out by law. I doubt very much that the TV competition promoters would scam it. PS. I have seen quite a few winners from Liverpool in the past and recently there were three winners in a row from Northern Ireland on Dickinson’s Real Deal competition. So keep entering and who know’s? One day it might be you! Good Luck, Martin
I have a question, when you enter you have two tick boxes at the bottom. Does it effect your chances of winning if you opt out of third party marketing? I always feel obliged to tick it incase it is a actual prerequisite to winning.
We love the chance to enter these free competitions, Its not only exciting but it gives everyone an equal chance to win the brilliant prizes you are offering and we do know that they are from many different places. I know my family will be hoping and wishing for us.
Hello Lesley and thanks for such a lovely comment. You deserve to win. Best of luck, Martin
Hello Kim and thanks for taking the time to comment. It makes no difference to your chances of winning if you decide to opt out of receiving marketing materials. If you have accidentally agreed to receive marketing materials, then you can unsubscribe within the emails they send you.This rule also applies to any marketing emails you get from any organisation. There are strict laws in place and there can be severe consequences if they do not honour your wish to unsubscribe. So happy clicking and the best of luck to you. PS. You can even unsubscribe to my email newsletter if you receive it… but why would nay body want to do that? 🙂
Ive always think these comps are a scam..some wanting you to fill in a questionaire before your entered , Ive just rejected 3 because of this..
Hi Sandra and thanks for your comment. Some of the non-related ITV competitions on the ITV.com web page do try to get some information out of you for marketing purposes. However, I always tell my visitors to avoid them and find the correct entry link for the prize which is usually visible after you’ve scrolled down to the bottom of the page. I don’t think it’s a scam but the promoters certainly appear to make in-experienced compers jump through hoops to get to the right entry form. Please feel free to contact me if you require any further info. Best of luck, Martin
PS. You can un-subscribe to any email marketing messages in any email you get. If a promoter does not oblige to your wishes, then they would almost certainly be breaking the law.