Loose Women Competition ~ Win £60000 Cash ~ EXPIRED

Loose Women Competition Prize Draw

Also broadcast as This Morning competition.

Broadcast on ITV 1 – STV 1 & UTV 1

This competition has now closed.

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

There will be a new competition to win £100,000 in cash starting on Monday 30 March 2015.

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

You can find free website entry for other big TV prizes by scrolling down!

This is a joint prize covering This Morning ITV show and the Loose Women show.

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 [Quote ITV.com].

Typical paid entry premium telephone costs around £1.52 per submission.

Postcard entry is about a third of the cost of entering by using sms text number or premium telephone entry routes.

Please share this info with your friends who regularly pay in full to enter!

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

Postal Entry Details

Post – send your name and telephone number (including std code if submitting a land-line number) on the back of a postcard or on or within a sealed envelope to DAY 1015, 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;

  • £60,000 in tax free cash
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Postal entry is by far the lowest cost method to win this prize! There are other free website entry prizes available now. Scroll down to find them.

Terms and conditions.

This Morning TV quiz question for this week is;

There is no question or answer required!

Please note! 

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

Free ITV Website Entry.

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

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

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 – 5 free entries.

  • Win £60,000 cash and a Mercedes C-Class car and a huge gadget haul. Ends 23/4/15.
  • Win £20,000 in cash and a VW Camper-van. Ends 34/4/15.

UK Competitions with free website entry

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Postcard entry competitions

This Morning TV show competitions.

Previous Loose Women competitions

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Winners

Loose Women Prize Draw from 12 to 29 January 2015.

Congratulations to Miss M Merriman of Manchester who won £54,321 in tax free cash.

Loose Women prize draw latest winners can also be seen on this link.

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Good luck with your free entry.

ref; www.itv.com/thismorning/competitions/

 

5 thoughts on “Loose Women Competition ~ Win £60000 Cash ~ EXPIRED”

  1. prefer on line cheapest way for pensions please cannot keep up with postcards,
    thank you

  2. Don’t want postal entry, online free entry much easier. Missing the Real Deal comps !

  3. Firstly, I think that postal entry is rather old-fashioned and as such, is quite a misery to everyone.

    I try to think of a reason why this should come about after the ease of doing online, but I have concluded that only the powers that be must have one:(

    Honestly, powers that be, what person living in 2015 wants to stock up on postcards, display their personal details on it, go to the post office regularly to buy stamps or go to a post box routinely?

    Really?

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