The Deal or No Deal competition ends in:
What Is The Prize?
It might not be £50,000, but it’s still a superb prize from Channel 4’s Deal or No Deal competition! How would you like to win a brilliant £5,000 in cash and Holidays to Paris, New York and Barbados! The first holiday is a A three night trip for 2 people to Paris, France with return economy flights from a London airport to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport or standard class Eurostar return from London St. Pancras International to Paris Gare Du Nord. Plus you get 3 nights accommodation at a Paris hotel with a minimum rating of 4 stars. The second holiday is a three night trip for 2 people to New York, USA with return economy flights from a London airport to a New York Airport. You also get 3 nights accommodation at a New York hotel with a minimum rating of 4 stars. The third holiday is a seven night trip for 2 people to Barbados with return flights from a London airport to Grantley Adams International Airport, Barbados. You also get 7 nights accommodation at a Barbados hotel with a minimum rating of 4 star on an all-inclusive basis.How Can I See The Deal or No Deal Competition?
The Deal or No Deal show was shown on the 5th January 2015 at 3pm on Channel 4. Contestants try to outwit the anonymous banker and guess the contents of mystery boxes to win a big-money prize of up to £250,000. The competition is normally shown near the commercial breaks. If you missed it, you may be able to get it via 4 on Demand (4oD) soon after the programme has aired. Do a search for 4 on Demand and look for the Deal or No Deal programme.What's The Answer and When Does It Close?
There is no Deal or No Deal competition question to answer. The competition closes on the 5th February 2015 at 5pm for postal entries.How Can I Enter For Free?
There is no free online entry for this competition unfortunately, but you can enter via post by writing your name and phone number on a stamped postcard or on the back of a sealed envelope, and posting it to DEAL 30, PO Box 67401, LONDON, N8 1EG. You can always buy cheap(er) 2nd class stamps from Ebay to limit the cost of entering this brilliant competition.