The great summer £125,000 treasure hunt: Each week for the next two weeks, one lucky reader will win £50,000 of gold bars and there are plenty of other prizes too, solve six clues – and it could be YOU!
- Each week for two weeks, one lucky reader will win a treasure trove containing £50,000 in gold bars
- All you have to do each week is solve a series of clues and puzzles linked to the great British summer
- The hunt begins with this week’s clue hidden in artwork by the award-winning illustrator Rod Hunt
Last summer, our Great British Treasure Hunt caused a sensation. The nation was gripped by the challenge of our intriguing riddles – and the chance to win one of our spectacular £25,000 prizes.
We were overwhelmed by the response, with nearly a quarter of a million entries – so this year we’ve brought it back, but even better than before, with bigger prizes, more chances to win and more ingenious teasers to solve.
Each week for two weeks in the fabulous new Daily Mail £125,000 Treasure Hunt game, one lucky reader will win a treasure trove containing £50,000 in gold bars.
This year there are also 10 runners-up prizes of £1,000 to be won each week, as well as a bonus £5,000 prize at the end of the two weeks. That’s £125,000 altogether that must be won.
All you have to do is solve a series of clues and puzzles, the answers to which will be linked to the great British summer. And you can do it from the comfort of your armchair or deckchair, as the clues are printed each day in the Daily Mail.
Each of the two treasure hunts begins with a clue hidden in an artwork of a traditional British scene in Weekend magazine. Today’s first stunning summer picture by the award-winning illustrator Rod Hunt is over the page.
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Each week for two weeks, readers will have the opportunity to win a treasure trove containing £50,000 in gold bars by solving puzzles and clues linked to the great British summer
The hunt will then take you through a series of puzzles printed on Monday to Friday in the paper. Crack the clue in today’s magazine and then each puzzle during the week, and write all six answers in the grid provided in the paper next week.
Then, after you’ve solved the final clue on Friday, unscramble the six letters that will be highlighted in the grid and you will have a final answer – which will be a word connected with the British summer.
If you think you’ve worked out the solution on Friday, call the hotline, text or email and leave your answer and personal details.
Please note that to be eligible to win, you must have kept four Daily Mail front pages from Saturday 21 July to Friday 27 July. The lucky winners and runners-up will be drawn at random, and if you’re one of them, we’ll call you between 9am and 11am on the Saturday. If you don’t win, remember – there’s always next week. Happy hunting!
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HOW TO PLAY
£50,000 of gold bars MUST be won each week for two weeks! Will you be our first lucky treasure hunter?
Starting today and running Monday to Friday, the Daily Mail will publish six puzzles that will reveal the final answer to this week’s treasure hunt
- The first clue is hidden in the artwork over the page, with the instructions printed alongside. Hunt for the clue, then write it down in the space provided.
- Each day from Monday to Friday in the Daily Mail, you can attempt another puzzle to collect another clue. There will also be a grid provided in the paper which you can keep throughout the week, to record your answers as you find them.
- When you have found all six clues, you will be able to unscramble the six highlighted letters on the grid to find this week’s final answer. Send us your answer by phone, text or email when the competition lines open on Friday morning.
- The lucky winners with the correct answer will be drawn at random next Saturday, 28 July, and called between 9am and 11am. Answer the phone and you could win the treasure trove – £50,000 in gold bars! – or one of the ten runners-up £1,000 prizes. To be eligible to win, you must have retained four front pages from the Daily Mail between Saturday 21 July and Friday 27 July.
SPOT THE CLUES TO A BRITISH SEASIDE RESORT AND YOU COULD WIN £50,000
This image of a British seaside resort portrays the very best of summer fun- but can you solve the head-scratching puzzle?
This glorious image of a British seaside resort portrays the very best of summer fun. While some of the holidaymakers play beach cricket, others lie back in the sun, splash around in the water or cool off with an ice cream. But look again – because hidden in the picture is your first treasure hunt clue…
- STEP 1 Look all around the picture and see if you can spot a series of individual letters that have been cleverly inserted into the scene.
- STEP 2 Keep note of the individual letters as you find them.
- STEP 3 Once you’ve spotted all seven, unscramble them to spell out the name of a British seaside resort. Write your answer in the space provided (top right). If you’re stuck for the solution to today’s clue, call our Solution Line on 0901 293 6200. Calls cost £1 plus your network access charge.
- STEP 4 Then starting on Monday and all next week in the Daily Mail, we will print five more clues in the form of puzzles, the answers to which are all further seaside towns and resorts.
- STEP 5 Write each answer down in the grid in the paper and when you’ve got all six on Friday, unscramble the highlighted letters on the grid to reveal this week’s solution. Call, text or email on Friday, and leave your answer and your personal details. To be eligible to win, you must have kept four Daily Mail front pages from Saturday 21 July to Friday 27 July. If you’ve won, we’ll call you between 9am and 11am next Saturday.
Entrants to this competition must be UK residents (excluding NI) aged 18+. Terms and conditions apply, please see main newspaper today or visit dailymail.co.uk/treasure
Your next clue is in Monday’s Daily Mail
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