The Secret Dealers competition, week commencing Monday 24th November 2014, ends in:
Secret Dealers Prize
We have the 2nd ITV.com Secret Dealers competition of the new series and it’s a lot bigger than last weeks offering. You could be in with a chance of winning an absolutely superb prize of £22,000 in cash! As mentioned last week, they no longer have the free entry route available, but the change of winning 22 big ones is worth the price of a stamp!
This week’s Secret Dealers Competition can be seen on weekdays from Monday the 24th November until Friday the 28th November 2014. It’s the second week of the brand new series of the show in which homeowners must decide whether to keep valuable family heirlooms or sell them to an antiques expert. The competitions are usually shown near the commercial breaks. If you miss it, you may be able to get it via the ITV Player soon after the programme has aired. Do a search for the ITV Player and look for the Secret Dealers programme. Monday’s episode was particularly exciting, in the first house, homeowner Helen had an eclectic mix of antiques and collectibles. Topping the dealers’ wish list was a stunning French 19th century gilt mirror, untouched from the day it was made, and a pair of excellent Regency prints on glass from early 1800. Dealers Tim Hogarth, Karen Dalmeny and David Ford had to dig deep into their wallets to try and secure the goods. Alison Chapman and Mark Stevens joined Tim in the second house, which was packed with gold jewellery belonging to homeowner Darren. A rare 17th century Charles II half crown coin flipped the dealers lids. It’s worth checking out the player for a catch up.
Secret Dealers Answer & Entry Details
If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning this prize, you must answer the question correctly as see in this weeks Secret Dealers TV show. We recommend that the answer is C (Orange). We can tell you that postal entries for the competition closes on the 3rd December at 5pm. There are up to 37 entries allowed per phone number. Maximum 39 entries per person, per entry method (via post, text or phone call).
As mentioned before, ITV have done away with the free online entry route. The options are phone, text or post, the latter being the cheapest option (unless you’re buying expensive postcards!). You can enter by posting your name, answer and phone number on a postcard or the back of a sealed envelope to SDR 0552, PO Box 7558, Derby, DE1 0NQ. Good luck everyone!
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