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elisjohn
29 Dec 20 13:20
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does anyone ever win it ?  Never heard of a mention of winners on the prog
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Report paulypaul December 29, 2020 2:29 PM GMT
I guess someone has to-  see:
https://www.itv.com/win/winners
Report Storm Alert December 29, 2020 2:38 PM GMT
Just had a look sure ain't easy to find a winner of it anywhere on the website.
Report geoff m December 29, 2020 2:42 PM GMT
Producers : brother /sister/mother/grandad/bro in law recommend on the back of the tremendous success that they have had!!
Report geoff m December 29, 2020 2:42 PM GMT
You have more chance  of riding in the grand national
Report elisjohn December 29, 2020 4:17 PM GMT
ITV Royal Ascot Competition – Win £30,000 + luxury Ascot horse racing experience 2019
by TV Comp UK
ITV have collaborated with the Ascot Racecourse and The Langley hotel to give you the chance to win this amazing prize. You and 3 friends could win a fine dining hospitality experience at Royal Ascot on Saturday 22nd June 2019! You’ll be treated to private transfers, a  champagne reception, complimentary drinks throughout the horse racing,  lunch, Ascot afternoon tea and more. You’ll also spend 2 nights in the  5* Langley hotel with dinner and breakfast!
IMPORTANT: Entrants must be contactable on Friday 24th May and for two working days after.
Competition entry instructions are below. We encourage you to check with ITV for detailed instructions, details and T&Cs before you enter at itv.com/win or stv.tv/win.

Prize:    £30,000 cash + Royal Ascot 5* experience
Promoter:    ITV Consumer Limited
TV Show Competition:    ITV Sport
Entry Method:    Prize Draw
Entry Fee:    Paid & Free *
Online Entry:    PAID
Online Closing Date:    5pm on Monday 20th May 2019
Online Instructions:    Find the competition on the itv.com site and follow the instructions. Each entry costs £2.
Phone Entry:    PAID
Phone Closing Date:    5pm on Monday 20th May 2019
Phone Instructions:    Dial [] and follow instructions. Each call will cost £2 plus your network access charge.
SMS / Text Entry:    PAID
SMS Closing Date:    5pm on Monday 20th May 2019
SMS Instructions:    Currently we are not providing information on SMS entry to ITV competitions. This is because very often the information displayed on the television regarding how to enter differs to the information displayed on the ITV website. Eg. the instructions will very often say text “WINNER” however on the television it will say something different. To be safe, we recommend entering these comps by an alternative method. Read more on this problem here.
Postal Entry:    FREE *
Postal Closing Date:    5pm on Thursday 23rd May 2019
Postal Instructions:    Send your Name and a full contact telephone number to: HR 01 PO Box 7558, Derby, DE1 0NQ
* Unlike online/phone/sms, there is no fee charged to enter via post, however you will have to pay the cost of sending a postcard.
Save Money:    The cheapest way to enter is to plan in advance and use a postcard with a 2nd class stamp for each entry.
Restrictions:    UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man residents only who are over 18 and are not closely connected to the promoter or the prize draw. See itv.com for full terms and conditions.
Other Competition Information:    Multiple entries to the prize draw are permitted. These are explained in the detailed terms and conditions on itv.com/win or stv individual competition page. Winners are usually drawn 1 week after the final closing date. There are 5 X runners up prizes of £250. Please see the competition promotor website for full T&Cs.

who won then ?
Report The Leopard December 29, 2020 4:28 PM GMT
It was me Wink
Report The Knight December 30, 2020 2:38 PM GMT
It would be interesting to see if any postal entrants have ever won a prize.

For the life of me, why people would enter such a long-shot raffle via something (phone) that costs them money - as opposed to 1 postcard and 1 stamp - I will never know!
Report posy December 30, 2020 4:00 PM GMT
I suspect the majority of postal entries in these type of competitions never get put in the draw.
Report scrabbler December 30, 2020 4:13 PM GMT
ITV has been found in breach of broadcasting rules after people who entered several of its competitions by post were given 'no chance of winning', the TV watchdog Ofcom has ruled.

An investigation was launched after problems with postal entries arose with competitions on Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, This Morning, Loose Women, Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, La Vuelta and X Factor: The Band.

In its findings, Ofcom found that that some 41,252 entered ITV competitions that they had no chance of winning between 2016 and 2019.
Report scrabbler December 30, 2020 4:15 PM GMT
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Report scrabbler December 30, 2020 4:16 PM GMT
An Ofcom spokesperson: 'Our investigation found that some people who entered these competitions by post were excluded from the draw, with no chance of winning.

'ITV failed to follow proper procedures and this led to a clear breach of our rules, which require all broadcast competitions to be conducted fairly.'     

The broadcaster said the problem was a result of 'human error by ITV staff' putting information on to a spreadsheet.
Report scrabbler December 30, 2020 4:17 PM GMT
The competitions, on ITV, ITV2 and ITV4, typically invite viewers to enter by phone, text message, ITV's website or by post.

Phone, text message and online entries usually charge a premium rate, while those entering by post only pay the cost of a stamp.

ITV reviewed every broadcast competition it had conducted since 2014 after initially discovering the discrepancy.

It said it 'deeply regretted' the errors and that the number of affected competitions represented fewer than 1 per cent since 2014, when it introduced postal entries.
Report scrabbler December 30, 2020 4:18 PM GMT
Ofcom said it recognised 'the proactive way in which ITV dealt with the issue by notifying Ofcom and immediately setting about to determine the extent and cause of the problem'.

But it said the broadcaster 'failed to take reasonable care through its processes to ensure the competitions were conducted in such ways as to provide fair and consistent treatment of all eligible entries'.

ITV said it has put in place plans to improve its postal entries procedures and it intended to donate a sum of money to charity as a 'mark of its sincere regret'.

In 2008, Ofcom fined ITV £5.67 million for some of the most serious breaches of Ofcom's Broadcasting Code 'concerning the abuse of premium rate services in its programming'.
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