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AHOY there, matey. Here's your chance to win big and get your hands on some booty.

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is out in cinemas and to celebrate we're giving away pounds 100k in our great Dig For Treasure cash game.

It's simple to play. Match the co-ordinates printed below against the map game printed inside your pirate cash wallet gamecard. So start digging for treasure.

HOW TO PLAY

A game was printed inside your pirate cash wallet gamecard in Saturday's and Sunday's papers. Each gamecard has a grid divided into squares with the letters A-M across the top and numbers one to nine down the left-hand side.

Each grid contains six different picture prize panels and each picture prize panel is made up of several squares. Until tomorrow, the Daily Mirror will publish 10 co-ordinates. Using these co-ordinates, simply mark off the corresponding squares on your grid.

Mark off every square in a prize picture panel to claim the cash prize indicated. It's that easy.

HOW TO CLAIM

If you've matched every square in a prize picture panel then call 0844 561 0059. You can claim between 10.30am-4pm and lines are open until tomorrow. Full terms and details on how to play and claim are printed on your gamecard.

If you have any queries regarding this promotion or if you did not get a pirate cash wallet gamecard in your paper at the weekend, call Customer Services on 020 7293 2220 (9am-5pm weekdays and 9am-3pm Sat-Sun) or email cservices@mgn.co.uk

PAST ULSTER WINNNERS

pounds 50: Martin Bell, Lurgan, Co Armagh pounds 100: Eugene Burns, Derry pounds 50: Trevor Warnock, Donaghadee, Co Down pounds 50: Fiona Sawey, Newcastle, Co Down pounds 100: James Baird, Portrush, Co Antrim pounds 750: Alice Hughes, Belfast, Co Antrim pounds 500: Rodger Monteith, Lurgan, Co Armagh

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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:May 19, 2011
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