Loose Women Competition. Runs from 5th January 2015
The Loose Women competition ends in:
What Is The Prize?
It’s a super way to start the year with a brilliant ITV.com Loose Women competition prize. Please note, this is a joint one with the This Morning competition. You could be in with a chance of winning a amazing £40,000 in cash, a BMW X3 and a Barbados Holiday! The car is a BMW F25 X3 sDrive 2.0d in a choice of exterior colours and with Black Nevada leather interior and sat nav. The Prize includes 12 months road tax, first registration fee and approximately £30 worth of fuel. The holiday includes return economy class flights from a London airport to Grantley Adams International Airport, Barbados for the 5 people. You also get return transfers between Grantley Adams International Airport and the Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels Resort. You also get 10 nights accommodation at the Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels Resort on an all inclusive basis.
How Can I See The Loose Women Competition?
The Loose Women Competition can be seen on weekdays from Monday 5th January 2015 until Friday 9th January 2015. The competition is normally 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 Loose Women programme.
What’s The Answer and When Does It Close?
As you’ll be aware by now, to enter the Loose Women prize draw There is no question to answer. The closing date for postal entries is the 29th January at 5pm. Please remember, if you’re posting via a 2nd class stamp to enter this as cheaply as possible, make sure you send your entries up to 3 days beforehand. There are up to 37 entries allowed per phone number and a maximum of 39 entries per person, per entry method (online,text & phone).
How Can I Enter?
Unfortunately there is no free online entry route to win this great prize, we’re hoping that ITV will eventually change their minds. Calls costs no more than £1.54 from BT landlines. Other networks may be higher and from mobiles considerably more. Text entries costs £1.50 plus one standard network rate message. We reckon the cheapest route is to enter via post. We’ve found that you can purchase cheaper 2nd class stamps from Ebay along with postcards in bulk to minimise the cost of entering.
you can enter for free by sending your name and full phone number to DAY 0115, PO Box 7558, Derby, DE1 0NQ
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