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Win £50,000 with ITV (Postal/Text/Charged Online)

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Here's your chance to win £50,000! Post your NAME and TELEPHONE NUMBER to; O116, PO Box 7558, DERBY, DE1 0NQ or Text WIN to 80060 or Premium charged online entry - requires … Read More
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9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago / ended 11 Nov 1611 November 2016
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£50,000
Period:
Once
Availability:
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Here's your chance to win £50,000!

Post your NAME and TELEPHONE NUMBER to;

O116,

PO Box 7558,

DERBY,

DE1 0NQ

or

Text WIN to 80060

or

Premium charged online entry - requires PayPal.
Rules:
Prize Draw closes for entries via SMS and online at 17.00 on Friday 11 November 2016.

Prize Draw closes for entries via post at 17.00 on Thursday 17 November 2016.

Up to 15 paid entries per phone number via text and online.

There is no limit on the number of postal entries that may be sent separately.

Maximum 29 entries per person, per entry method (Postal/Text/Online).

The winner must be a UK resident, aged 18 years or over.

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.

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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9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago / ended 11 Nov 1611 November 2016
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1 Like #1
I wonder if anyone who sends in a postal entry ever wins? I wonder how they decided between text entries and postal entries?
#2
I mean, they are making money out of the text entries but nothing out of the postal entries so why wouldn't they favour the text entries for winners?

I had a friend who worked for ITV who suggested that they make way above the prize sum in entries from texters.
#3
Thank you
#4
tawse57
I mean, they are making money out of the text entries but nothing out of the postal entries so why wouldn't they favour the text entries for winners?
I had a friend who worked for ITV who suggested that they make way above the prize sum in entries from texters.
I suppose it makes no difference to them either way they are getting the money. I believe it is a legal requirement to have a free entry option (not that its free if you count the stamp) they are supposed to enter all the entries into the same thing and choose from that.
#5
Thanks
#6
thank you
1 Like #7
tawse57
I had a friend who worked for ITV who suggested that they make way above the prize sum in entries from texters.

I bet they do make considerably more than the prize sum!!, just look at all the competitions on the go now locally & national that require you to text your entry (for a fee)
#8
thank yous
#9
ITV make a alot of money out of competitions and i also wonder how they choose the winner,i never use as dont believe we should pay them only for them to call it free comp,which in effect its not.
#10
Thanx PK :D
#11
skykid3
tawse57
I had a friend who worked for ITV who suggested that they make way above the prize sum in entries from texters.

I bet they do make considerably more than the prize sum!!, just look at all the competitions on the go now locally & national that require you to text your entry (for a fee)


Radio stations make loads of money from gullible people who text comments or requests to their short code numbers which are just premium numbers in disguise. No shortage of gullible people unfortunately.
#12
They are making plenty of money by taking advantage of people
https://www.theguardian.com/media/2006/aug/08/advertising.ITV Looks like 2014-15 they made £85 million from online, phone "interactive" content. Would be surprised if the prizes cost more than 2 million.


Edited By: McHotpoon on Oct 09, 2016 10:25
6 Likes #13
I won £8500 on a postal entry to Dickinsons Real Deal 3 yrs ago.
2 Likes #14
alanrp123
I won £8500 on a postal entry to Dickinsons Real Deal 3 yrs ago.
Well done! Good to know there is a postal winner out there!

Thanks PK :)

Edited By: treoes on Oct 09, 2016 11:48
#15
Good luck PK and thanks x
#16
Thanks PK
#17
alanrp123
I won £8500 on a postal entry to Dickinsons Real Deal 3 yrs ago.

Great to hear that my entries over the years have a good chance!
And Thanks PK
#18
Thank you :)
#19
Thanks x
#20
Thank you
#21
Thank you x
#22
Thank you
2 Likes #23
philb100
tawse57
I mean, they are making money out of the text entries but nothing out of the postal entries so why wouldn't they favour the text entries for winners?
I had a friend who worked for ITV who suggested that they make way above the prize sum in entries from texters.
I suppose it makes no difference to them either way they are getting the money. I believe it is a legal requirement to have a free entry option (not that its free if you count the stamp) they are supposed to enter all the entries into the same thing and choose from that.
Someone posted on another site last week they won £23,000 from Real Deal on a postcard entry :-)
#24
Thanks

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