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joolz1910
03-31-2009, 07:27 AM
Hi, ITV'S This Morning is running a competition to win (among other things) a VIP break for 4 to DLRP. The answer for today is 'A'. Hope someone on here is the lucky one!!!:goodvibes


Eurostar & Disneyland Resort Paris
This Week's Competition (30th March - 3rd April 2009)

Believe it or not, this week we’re giving away a prize that's worth up to £64,000!
That’s a brand new Citroen C2 worth over £9K…£25K cash to boost your finances… A VIP weekend break for up to four people at Disneyland Resort Paris, so you can join Mickey’s Magical Party…A further £8K cash that could go towards your annual food bill AND your mortgage or rent paid for a year, up to a maximum of £20K!

It is possible to enter for free through their website.:surfweb:

Belle's World
03-31-2009, 07:55 AM
Thanks for that, have just entered.
Don't care about the car but V.I.P trip to Disney would be lovely.

Ro

DLPdaft
03-31-2009, 08:18 AM
:thumbsup2 what a fantastic first prize :yay:

Rachie B
03-31-2009, 08:32 AM
lol i entered when i saw this on TV earlier

you can enter all week ,online for free

x

britchic4
03-31-2009, 09:09 AM
I just looked at the t and c's, and it's not at all clear but it seems like you need to go before April and there are lots of blackout days (unspecified) including school holidays. Definitely worth a try though!

stevelamb121
03-31-2009, 09:17 AM
The closing date for entries is 9th April, so im presuming you mean April next year.

I've just enetered, it's always worth a try, when a free trip to DLRP is involved:goodvibes

Rachie B
03-31-2009, 09:44 AM
"Disneyland Resort Paris trip
The prize of a trip to Disneyland Resort Paris (the “trip”) is for a family of four (meaning, two adults and two children aged three to 11) and includes return travel on Eurostar from London St Pancras International or Ashford International and 2-nights accommodation at Disney's Sequoia Lodge, including continental breakfast. The trip may be taken up either during between 18-20 September 2009 subject to restrictions and availability as well as confirmation by the prize provider, or the trip must be booked no later than 1 February 2010, and taken by 1 April 2010, subject to availability and restrictions including but not limited to restrictions, as well as any blackout dates, such blackout dates not limited to dates during and/or around Christmas, New Years and Easter periods, any other applicable public holidays and school holidays. Where the trip is taken up between 18-20 September 2009 inclusive, the trip will include access to attractions and events as specified taking place at Disneyland Resort Paris. All elements of the trip must be booked and/or taken up during one period, and not on non-consecutive dates. It is the responsibility of the winner to ensure that they and their companions hold a valid passport and other travel documentation and visas, and are available during the relevant dates. For the avoidance of doubt, the trip excludes all other costs including but not limited to additional accommodation, travel expenses and transportation costs, ground transfers, parking costs, meals, drinks, hotel charges, treatments, room service, laundry service,spa treatments,alcoholic beverages, mini-bar goods, telephone calls including local and long distance telephone calls,merchandise and souvenirs, personal items, travel insurance, medical insurance, incidental costs, expenses, tips and gratuities, income taxes, charges and other taxes. The Promoter endeavours to deliver details of the trip to the winner within 28 days of winner confirmation. The winner must follow instructions given by the Promoter and/or prize provider to take up the trip. In the event that the winner is unable to comply with requirements to take up the prize, the Promoter shall be entitled to disqualify the winner from winning the trip. The Promoter is not liable for any omissions or failures by a winner to abide by these terms. Elements of the trip are subject to terms and conditions of the prize provider: Walt Disney Company Limited, 3 Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith, London W6 9PE. Other restrictions and terms and conditions apply"

britchic4
03-31-2009, 09:58 AM
Yes sorry I meant April next year of course, not you have to go by tomorrow! Does anyone understand what those t&c s mean? Am I being a bit thick?! Are they restricting the school holidays or not?

Rachie B
03-31-2009, 10:31 AM
clear as mud to me hun !

thelittlemermaid83
03-31-2009, 02:36 PM
The trip is for 18th-20th September, it was mentioned on the prize advert LOL

I entered of course, I could do with £64,000 :lmao:

ukstitch
03-31-2009, 02:52 PM
The trip is for 18th-20th September, it was mentioned on the prize advert LOL

I entered of course, I could do with £64,000 :lmao:

Not quite true - it seems they would prefer you to go form 18th - 20th September, but will allow you to go outside of Christmas, Easter, bank holidays, school holidays etc so long as it is booked before Feb 2010 and taken before April 2010.

I think it also says that if you take it from 18 - 20 September, they will provide you with park entry, but otherwise you have to provide this yourself.

Your food and insurance costs are not paid as part of this prize as far as I can see.

thelittlemermaid83
03-31-2009, 02:56 PM
Not quite true - it seems they would prefer you to go form 18th - 20th September, but will allow you to go outside of Christmas, Easter, bank holidays, school holidays etc so long as it is booked before Feb 2010 and taken before April 2010.

I think it also says that if you take it from 18 - 20 September, they will provide you with park entry, but otherwise you have to provide this yourself.

Your food and insurance costs are not paid as part of this prize as far as I can see.

Well actually that part is not advertised on the tv, it states on the tv at the bottom of the screen that its for 18th-20th September.

ukstitch
03-31-2009, 03:02 PM
Well actually that part is not advertised on the tv, it states on the tv at the bottom of the screen that its for 18th-20th September.

Fair enough - I would have been at work when this was on so didn't see the program - I'm just going by the terms and conditions published above :thumbsup2

I suppose it's just easier for them to publish the "basic" rules - can you imagine how long the prize advert would be if they read out those complicated terms and conditions :rotfl:

britchic4
03-31-2009, 04:08 PM
What a complicated prize!!!

thelittlemermaid83
03-31-2009, 04:24 PM
What a complicated prize!!!

:lmao:I just want the 64 grand lol.

joolz1910
03-31-2009, 04:36 PM
If you change your telephone number (so say a landline and then a mobile) you can enter more times. Would be nice to win £64,000!

thelittlemermaid83
03-31-2009, 05:11 PM
i think you can enter 5 times.

GlendaONeill
04-01-2009, 04:57 PM
Whoo Hoo!! Everything I need at once in this prize!!!! I'm away to enter........ Thanks:woohoo: