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E: 17/03 (+3) Win £60,000 with ITV

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Whisper it quietly but the countdown to the end of those cold winter nights is on! And we thought of a perfect way to celebrate, with a WHOPPING £60,000, up for grabs for ONE lucky winner! YOU could be only an entry away from winning so don't miss out on your chance!

Post your NAME and NUMBER to:

F20,
PO Box 7558,
Derby,
DE1 0NQ

or

Text WIN to 80060

or

Premium charged online entry here - requires Paypal, Apple Pay or Direct to Mobile Billing.


Rules
Prize Draw closes for entries via SMS and online at 3.00 p.m. on Tuesday 17 March 2020.

Prize Draw closes for entries via post at 3.00 p.m. on Friday 20 March 2020.

Entry Limits
15 Paid SMS entries per phone number
There is a cap of thirty (30) paid entries across all online platforms (“Cap”). Any Entry Credit(s) used in this Prize Draw will also contribute to the Cap.
Unlimited Postal entries

If ITV have reason to believe that an individual entrant to their competitions or prize draws has made 30 or more entries using different phone numbers from any one entry platform then the Promoter will treat this as an attempt to unfairly influence the competition or prize draw and all entries submitted by that entrant will be discounted.

The winner must be a UK resident aged 18 years or over at the time of entering the competition, and may be required to confirm proof of age and eligibility.

Text entries costs £2 plus one standard network rate message.  If you do not want to receive SMS marketing texts about similar products and services, please add NO INFO at the end of your SMS text entry.

A single online entry costs £2 plus any standard network rate message where applicable. Paid and free entry bundles may be offered from time to time as stated on the website. By entering online, you will also receive one (1) ticket to participate in the “Winsday” Prize Draw for every one (1) paid entry.

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.



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  • cheekymonkeynottsukcheekymonkeynottsuk Forumite
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    In terms of online entry - need clarification please
    15 Paid SMS entries per phone number
    There is a cap of thirty (30) paid entries across all online platforms (“Cap”). Any Entry Credit(s) used in this Prize Draw will also contribute to the Cap.
    When you enter online you get 4 entries + 6 entries (10). (£8)
    If you get this ticket three times online is that your 30 entries?
  • PainkillerPainkiller Forumite
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    It's been a while since I entered online but I believe so - They usually tell you how many entries you can still make once you're logged in with your phone number. If for some reason you entered twice with the £8 option and once with the next most expensive option, I think the site prevents you from selecting an option that gives you more than 30 entries in total.
  • cheekymonkeynottsukcheekymonkeynottsuk Forumite
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    Thanks.
    I know they had some controversy quite a few years back regarding whether it wasn't all fixed.
    Fingers crossed
  • robertjmcarobertjmca Forumite
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    If you have an account, log in & go to 'My Profile'... you can then see how many on line entries you have for each competition.
    HTH
    Robbie.
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