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E: 17/07 10pm Win £10,000 (purchase and effort required) DAILY MAIL WEEK ONE

edited 17 July at 5:31PM in Game Over
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edited 17 July at 5:31PM in Game Over
From today's Daily Mail (I can't find information online at the moment, although it says T&C should be found at www.dailymail.co.uk/treasure, but I can only see old details at the moment) I'll add a link to Daily thread.

I don't buy the Daily Mail during the week, so can't help any further but here are the details:

Step 1: Look all around the picture and see if you can spot the in individual letters that have been cleverly inserted into the scene (TODAY'S ANSWER IS: LONDONEYE)
Step 2: Keep a note of the individual letters as you find them
Step 3: Once you've spotted all nine, unscramble them to spell out the name of a London tourist attraction.  Write down your answer in the grid below, leaving no spaces
Step 4: Starting on Monday and all next week in the Daily Mail we will print five more clues in the form of verse riddles, the answers to which are all further UK visitor attractions 
Step 5: Write each answer down and when you've got all six on Friday, write the answers in the grid provided in that day's Daily Mail.  Then unscramble the highlighted letters on the grid to reveal this week's solution. Call, text, or email next Friday (details in Fridays paper) and leave your answer and your personal details. The lucky winner will be drawn at random and called between 9am and 11am Saturday 18th July.

Entrants to this competition must be UK residents (excluding NI) aged 18+.

https://www.mymail.co.uk/pages/great-summer-treasure-hunt-2020?utm_source=cvdb&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MN-MyMail-Targeted-TreasureHunt-GT-Week41-110720&utm_term=MN-MyMail-Targeted-All-Week41

The Daily Mail's £50,000 Great Summer Treasure Hunt is back!

The Daily Mail’s fabulous Treasure Hunt starts on Saturday, July 11 and runs for four weeks, and this time it’s a more fun-packed adventure than ever!

Each week for four weeks, one lucky reader will win £10,000. Plus, each correct entry every week will be entered into a prize draw to win an extra £10,000. That’s a total of £50,000 that must be won.

Huge thanks to all that contribute positively to the forums <3
#StaySafe
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  • BargainSpotterBargainSpotter Forumite
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    From today's Daily Mail (I can't find information online at the moment, although it says T&C should be found at www.dailymail.co.uk/treasure, but I can only see old details at the moment) I'll add a link to Daily thread.

    I don't buy the Daily Mail during the week, so can't help any further but here are the details:

    Step 1: Look all around the picture and see if you can spot the in individual letters that have been cleverly inserted into the scene (TODAY'S ANSWER IS: LONDONEYE)
    Step 2: Keep a note of the individual letters as you find them
    Step 3: Once you've spotted all nine, unscramble them to spell out the name of a London tourist attraction.  Write down your answer in the grid below, leaving no spaces
    Step 4: Starting on Monday and all next week in the Daily Mail we will print five more clues in the form of verse riddles, the answers to which are all further UK visitor attractions 
    Step 5: Write each answer down and when you've got all six on Friday, write the answers in the grid provided in that day's Daily Mail.  Then unscramble the highlighted letters on the grid to reveal this week's solution. Call, text, or email next Friday (details in Fridays paper) and leave your answer and your personal details. The lucky winner will be drawn at random and called between 9am and 11am Saturday 18th July.

    Entrants to this competition must be UK residents (excluding NI) aged 18+.

    https://www.mymail.co.uk/pages/great-summer-treasure-hunt-2020?utm_source=cvdb&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MN-MyMail-Targeted-TreasureHunt-GT-Week41-110720&utm_term=MN-MyMail-Targeted-All-Week41

    The Daily Mail's £50,000 Great Summer Treasure Hunt is back!

    The Daily Mail’s fabulous Treasure Hunt starts on Saturday, July 11 and runs for four weeks, and this time it’s a more fun-packed adventure than ever!

    Each week for four weeks, one lucky reader will win £10,000. Plus, each correct entry every week will be entered into a prize draw to win an extra £10,000. That’s a total of £50,000 that must be won.

    Does anyone know that the answer is for today - or even any of the letters?  I'm struggling to find even one! :-(
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    edited 11 July at 5:14PM
    Found  all but the Y where was that?
    "Look after your pennies and your pounds will look after themselves"
  • cornishpasty1cornishpasty1 Forumite
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    Found  all but the Y where was that?
    lad in the red top with blue hair, on the left hand side of the fountain  :)
    Huge thanks to all that contribute positively to the forums <3
    #StaySafe
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    pootler said:
    I'd prefer not to buy the Daily Mail if I can help it. But if I HAVE to buy it to enter for a prize this big, I'm prepared to chuck my bleeding heart socialist morals out of the window for a week. I can't see anything in the rules that say you need proof of purchase. Have I missed that bit somewhere? Or can we enter for free?
    not really sure until Friday I'm afraid
    Huge thanks to all that contribute positively to the forums <3
    #StaySafe
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