Dancing On Ice Competition

At A Glance
Prize £120,000 cash
Closing Date 30/03/23, 4PM
Question No
Online Entry Paid
Postal Entry Free

With winter well and truly upon us, what better to return to our weekend telly than Dancing on Ice? Since the end of the first burst of DOI series way back in 2014, the professional skaters have changed a little, but the overall format hasn’t changed a great deal.

Dancing On Ice 2023

Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean return in the capacity of head judges, along with Oti Mabuse and Ashley Banjo to give their professional opinion on proceedings. As the celebrity skaters go from novices to experts on ice, with ever more complex routines, the judges will be on hand to give some gentle encouragement and (hopefully) careful criticism.

There’s a brand new Dancing on Ice competition too for you to try your luck with – and as you would expect there’s an incredible prize up for grabs, consisting of £120,000 cash!

To get in the draw, here’s what you need to know:

About The Dancing on Ice Prize Draw

The series will run over a couple of months, and there’s unlikely to be more than one competition to enter this time around. That means that you’ll see similar trailers running to tell you what you can win each week, probably varying from week to week. We’ll be updating this page regularly, so if another Dancing On Ice comp does launch, don’t worry – just check back to see what you missed!

How To Enter The Competition

You’ll be able to post your free entry into the current Dancing On Ice competition, just send your name and phone number on a postcard or envelope to:

DOI 23,
PO Box 7558,
DE1 0NQ.

As usual with ITV competitions, you can also use a premium rate Dancing on Ice competition text number and phone number, however entry by post is the only free route into the prize draw. There’s no free online entry on the ITV.com website for this year’s competitions, but if you want to enter online, you can do so by paying with Paypal at itv.com/comps or stv.tv/win instead of by phone or text, which will cost £2 per entry. Full terms and conditions are available on the DOI website. We’ve got plenty more competitions with free entry available on this site – see all the competitions from ITV shows that we cover here.