Real Deal Competition
Friday 27 December 2013
Friday’s Real Deal competition with David Dickinson’s ITV is open for free entry with either ITV.com, STV.tv or U.tv from 10:50 am on 27/12/13.
Free website entry is available until 02/01/14.
Today’s cash prize is worth £2,200.
ITV, STV or UTV viewers or website visitors are allowed three (3) free web entries.
You can submit your free entries here for the current Real Deal competition.
Enter for free here by clicking the pink button or link below.
You can find the question & answer by scrolling down… and more UK free entry TV competitions!
Each free web entry takes less than one minute to submit… or 30 seconds if you’re a pro like me!
This is the last edition of the Real Deal competition.
David Dickinson will be back with all new comps in 2014.
There may be Dickinson’s Deal prizes still open for free entries on this link!
Remember! You can enter as many Real Deal competitions as you like.
20 minutes per week on this site could change your life…
and you won’t risk a single penny!
In today’s Real Deal competition, broadcast from Edgbaston, ITV & STV or UTV viewers or website visitors are allowed 3 (three) free ITV.com website entries using the links below.
David Dickinson helps members of the public in Llandudno, north Wales, sort the treasures from their trash, offering them the chance to put items up for auction or accept a cash sum. A toilet caddy and a pocket watch catch the eye of antiques expert Simon Schneider. Sourced from tvguide.co.uk.
Real Deal competition quiz prize for Friday 27/12/13 is worth £2,200 in tax free cash.
Friday’s Real Deal question is;
Who had a number one hot with the album ‘Thriller’?
A. Michael Ball
B. Michael Bolton
C. Michael Jackson
Real Deal competition answer (27/12/13) is C: Michael Jackson.
You only need to type in the letter such as A, B or C in the entry form.
There is no need to add the actual answer word or words!
Scroll down to find more free to enter TV competitions!
This Real Deal competition 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
20 minutes per week entering competitions on this website could seriously damage your debt!
You can enter as many competitions as you like.
Why not enter when the TV ads are being shown?
You won’t risk a penny!
The last chance to claim free website entry for today’s Dickinson Real Deal competition will be at 5 pm on Friday 27 December 2013.
Grab your 3 (three) free ITV, STV or UTV entries by clicking on the pink button or the links above.
You and your friends can save at least £3.09 each on premium telephone or sms text entries.
Real Deal competition free entries are available on this website every weekday.
Plus you’ll find free entry to all the latest ITV, STV and UTV web competitions and prize draws.
Real Deal Competition Winners.
Prize winner for ITV show quiz broadcast on Wednesday 4 December 2013.
Congratulations to Mr D Millard of Northampton who won £5110.
Real Deal competition winners list can be seen on this link;
You can also enter the following competitions for free!
Daybreak Competition – 6 free web entries.
- Win £60,000 in cash. Valid to 2/1/14.
- From Monday 30 December – Win £25,000 plus 6 tickets to see Walter Mitty, the movie at your nearest cinema.
- Available from Monday 6 January 2014. Win £36,000 cash.
This Morning Competition – 6 free entries.
- Win £120,000 – ends 31/12/13.
X Factor Competition – 6 free entries.
- £50,000 plus Mini Cooper – Ends 27/12/13.
ITV UEFA Champions League Prize Draw – 6 free entries.
- £10,000 cash, trips for 4 to Milan and Lisbon plus 4 tickets to UEFA Europa League Final.
Other Dickinson’s Real Deal Competitions – 3 free entries.
- New cash prizes are offered every weekday. Usually worth between £4k to £22K.
How many competitions can I enter?
You can enter each Real Deal competition 3 times. eg Monday’s competition 3 x free entries, Tuesdays’ competition 3 x free entries and so on.
All winners are picked at random and the winner is chosen from the same pool of paid and free entry submissions.
It makes no difference if you paid for your entry by phone or text or if you submitted your entry for free at the website!
You do not have to risk any money to win these prizes and they must be paid out by law!
You’ll save at least £1 per entry on most ITV premium rate competition submissions.
Please tell your friends, neighbours and workmates.
Good luck everybody!
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