Dickinsons Real Deal Competition
You can't mention antiques without thinking about TV expert David Dickinson and his mid afternoon show, Dickinson's Real Deal.
The show invites members of the public to bring in their items and see if they can tempt the dealers to part with their hard earned cash.
If they don't like the offer, they have the option to decline and take them to auction instead in the hope of making more money. If they choose correctly, and walk away with the highest amount of money from the auction, that's the Real Deal!
How It Works
The show regularly airs on weekday afternoons at 3pm, and offers free entry postal competitions where a lucky viewer can win the cash value of an item on the show. To enter, send your name and phone number to the address provided.
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About The Dickinson's Real Deal Prize Draw
Competitions time on Real Deal takes one of three forms, with the most common being the daily competition. This involves a different question each day for viewers to win a new prize.
The second variety is the accumulator where the prize gets bigger each day until the largest jackpot prize is given away with the competition question on Friday's edition of Dickinson's Real Deal.
For these prize draws, there's one competition for the whole week, and a much larger prize, usually between £20,000 and £30,000 cash. Regardless of the current competition format, you can find the question to get in the draw in the video above.
How To Enter The Competition
You can find the Real deal website here to find out more about the show. Get your postal entry by sending your name and phone number to:DRD 0638
PO Box 7558
Ad Cash Competition
If antiques aren't your thing, you might prefer to enter the GMB competition instead.What Would You Do With The Cash Prize?
People win competitions every day on the show (except the weekly version), so why not enter the free TV prize draws today and see if you could be next to win prizes? Typically, the daily prize can be anything from £2,000 all the way up to £15,000 on Friday of accumulator week, and over £20,000 in the weekly draws. It goes to show how popular the show is, but what would you spend the money on?
The bigger prizes could buy you a car, holiday or even be the deposit on a house, or perhaps you fancy being an antiques dealer yourself and it could help you to buy the first few items to make a profit on, just like the dealers in the den do on every show!
Whatever you'd like to do with the prize, you can only get your hands on it if you're in the draw, so get your entry now - all the details you need are above.