John and Lisa’s Weekend Kitchen Competition
|At A Glance
|£2,000 in cash
Over Christmas 2023, John Torode and Lisa Faulkner have a festive run of their regular TV show Weekend Kitchen on ITV1.
Airing around lunchtime at weekends, they’ll be bringing us some festive food favourites, and no doubt some drinks ideas to get the party started too.
The husband and wife TV duo have a fantastic knack for delivering exciting kitchen ideas broken down into simple step by step recipes to leave us all feeling hungry to give them a whirl.
Over the festive season, they’ve got a special free entry competition too, where you could win £2,000 in cash!
How It Works
Normally, the competitions on John and Lisa’s Weekend Kitchen are shared with This Morning and Loose Women on weekdays, but this one is aimed at their viewers only.
Even better, it’s one of the few chances to get into an ITV competition with free online entry too!
Here’s our video with the details, or read on below for more:
How To Enter The Competition At ITV.com/Win
More often than not, free entry into ITV competitions is by post, which requires more effort than online entry.
This time though, we’ve got details of a free online entry for you. To get yourself in the draw to be the winner of the £2,000 in cash cash prze, just point your web browser at the ITV Win website (find it at itv.com/win) and the entry form should appear on the Free tab until 3rd January 2024 at 4:00pm.
If you’d like to see what else is available to enter for free online or by post, it’s all on our competitions page for ITV here.
ITV Weekend Kitchen Competition Winners
Winners of the Weekend Kitchen competition (and all of ITV’s other paid and free competitions too) are announced after the end of the competition entry period, which in this case would be in the days after online entries close on 3rd January 2024 at 4:00pm.
While a lot of the regular shows on ITV have competitions that include prizes alongside cash, this Weekend Kitchen competition is a cash amount with no additional prizes.
With that said, the cash prize is almost always enough to make a noticeable difference to your bank balance.
While ITV used to send prizes by cheque, John and Lisa’s winner will get their prize paid into their account electronically by bank transfer.