pounds1 Million Garanteed - GREAT NEW GAME STARTS TODAY; Keep your card safe .. it could be worth a million.
Yes, our great new Millionaire Game WILL turn somebody into a MILLIONAIRE - and it could be you!!!
One lucky Mirror reader is just 28 questions away from becoming a millionaire!
And unlike some other newspaper games we could mention we won't keep you waiting around for weeks without knowing when the game will finish.
In just 28 days' time we'll be getting ready to announce our million pound winner.
What's more The Mirror's new game goes one better than other newspaper games - in our game
EVERYONE WILL WIN CASH.
In our previous Millionaire Games we've given away hundreds of thousands of pounds, but amazingly the top prize of pounds 1million went unclaimed. This time we're guaranteeing it WILL be won!
Your Millionaire Game card is inside The Mirror today.
But remember you must answer every single question in The Mirror and Sunday Mirror or Sunday People correctly to win your prize.
Grab your Millionaire Game card and start playing today - if you don't you could be throwing away pounds 1million.
If you didn't receive your Millionaire Game card inside today's Mirror, simply call our Customer Services department on 0207 293 2220 and they'll send you one. Lines will be open between 9am and 5pm today and between 10am and 3pm tomorrow/Sunday.
Or you can email us on email@example.com, or write into Millionaire Game card Request, Customer Services Department, PO Box 7291, London, E14 5DE.
-Full game rules on page 36Six steps to winning
Get your Millionaire Game card which is inside your Mirror today. On it you'll see 28 sets of answers to questions we'll be asking you from today until Friday, October 6, 2000 in The Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People. Only one answer for each question is the correct one. The first question is printed on the right.
Choose your answer, and scratch off the corresponding answer panel on your gamecard. Be careful not to scratch off the wrong panel or more than one answer, because then your card will be void.
If you're not sure what the answer is, don't worry, we'll print the answer the following day. For the answer to today's question check tomorrow's Sunday Mirror OR Sunday People.
Keep playing EVERY DAY until you have scratched off 28 answer panels. You must answer all 28 questions correctly to make your claim valid.
If you reveal six "Millionaire Draw" symbols then you win a guaranteed pounds 100, PLUS the chance to go forward to our pounds 1million Superdraw, where one reader will win the pounds 1million jackpot. We'll publish full details about the Superdraw later in the Game.
If you reveal six identical cash amounts over the 28 days, then that's your prize. For example, reveal 6 x pounds 50 to win pounds 50. Remember you must answer every question correctly to be eligible for either your cash prize or entry into the Millionaire Superdraw.QUESTION 1
A BULL IS USED TO SYMBOLISE WHICH ASTROLOGICAL STAR SIGN?
.. and how you claim
Cash wins under pounds 50 can be claimed by popping into your local branch of Forbuoys, Martin, RS McColl or McColl's outlets in England, Scotland and Wales (you'll find details of your nearest branch in the Yellow Pages) or from any newsagent in Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland before Friday October 13 2000.
Cash wins of pounds 50 and over must be claimed by calling the claim line on 0990 11 44 00 (IR 00 44 990 11 44 00) by 4pm on Friday October 13 2000. The line will be open from Friday October 6 (excluding Sunday October 8).
If you've won entry into our super 'Millionaire Draw' by revealing six 'Millionaire Draw' symbols you must call the special telephone claim line 0990 11 44 00 (or 00 44 990 11 44 00 in the Irish Republic) as soon as you reveal your sixth 'Millionaire Draw' symbol, and you will be advised of what to do next. But YOU MUST KEEP PLAYING THE GAME until you have answered all the questions.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Sep 9, 2000|
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