Bonfire Bonanza Competition
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|Closing Date||4/11/2019, 8.30pm|
While many of us went to see the fireworks displays at the weekend, ITV aren't done yet and are offering you the chance to win £10,000 cash with their free entry competition tonight!
Bonfire Bonanza 2019
While most of the competitions can only be entered online for a fee these days, here's one that won't cost you a penny! The ITV competitions website has got a free online entry available up to 30 minutes before the winner is drawn. Make sure you get your entry in by 4th November 2019 at 8.30pm.
About The Bonfire Bonanza Prize Draw
Each draw tends to feature in the ad breaks in the ITV schedule several times, usually during the big cash competitions like the current half a million pounds giveaway that's been running over the last few weeks.
How To Enter To Win The ITV Competition
To get your entry into the current free ITV competition, you will need to lodge your entry online. This involves heading over to the ITV win website at itv.com/win free Bonfire Bonanza entry form.
There's also a link on that page to the full terms and conditions for the draw. Of course, the usual competitions are also available throughout the online entry draw too, to take a look at other free entry ITV show competitions, click here.
Once again - you'll need to get yourself into the prize draw before the cut off at 4th November 2019 at 8.30pm as you never know when the next free to enter ITV comp will be - this is a November Guy Fawkes firework night themed chance to win a prize that you won't want to miss!
Runner Up Prizes
Even if you're not lucky enough to hit the jackpot in this draw, ITV often also offer runner up prizes, usually £250 in the main draws offering them, but in this case you can win a prize worth £1000!
Winners of the Bonfire Bonanza competitions will be announced live on ITV, usually around 30 minutes after the draw closes during an advert break on ITV1. If you miss them, or for technical reasons the ITV live competitions winner announcements can't go ahead, they'll almost certainly also appear on the same page as the entry form (see above).