I'm A Celebrity Competition
TV's favourite duo return for the I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here 2017 trip to the Jungle. A host of famous contestants nervously accept the challenge of a few weeks of chaos and the inevitable terror of the Bushtucker trials in a bid to be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle.
Whether the celebrities are trying to revive their careers, boost their bank accounts or just have a bit of fun is up for debate in the tabloids as always, but for us it's one of the most amusing shows of the year set to return for its brief run for our enjoyment.
The I'm A Celebrity Competition
This series, the I'm A Celebrity draw has an incredible prize for one lucky winner on offer of £60,000 and an Australia holiday. Here's our EnterCompetitionsOnline.co.uk competition video to tell you the details...
About The I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Draw
The featured competition runs throughout the series on Ant and Dec's show, at the time of writing it doesn't appear to end until the series concludes. Naturally, the prize is huge so feel free to get multiple entries into the draw, check the terms and conditions so find out the maximum number of times you can enter.
How To Enter The Competition
As usual with ITV competitions, you can enter for free to get your name into the prize draw. This year also sees the return of online entries via the ITV website but for a fee (just like the other itv.com competitions). If you're a long time visitor to our site, you'll know that we choose to promote the free entry alternatives. All you need to do to take advantage of the free option is to write your name and phone number on a postcard or the back of an stamped, addressed envelope (SAE) and post it to:IAC 17,
PO Box 7558,
Sadly, the postal entry is the only remaining free entry route, unlike the days of old when you could lodge your competition entries through itv.com. If you'd like to see the other current competitions available so that you can enter them all at once, have a look here. Please check the closing dates carefully though, they refer to the time your entry must be delivered by, not the time it needs to go in the post box.
Finally, the full terms and conditions for the I'm a Celebrity competition are available on the ITV website, along with all of their other current and most recent draws. If you need further information about the winners of the prize draw, how they're chosen and how they'll be contacted, it's all buried in the small print!