Your final chance to win £75 is on offer in this week's Scunthorpe Telegraph - on sale from September 27
Fifty readers have now won £75 as part of the Scunthorpe Telegraph's Cash in a Flash competition.
This week we announced another 20 winners, after they successfully identified nine Telegraph 75th anniversary logos in last week's paper.
From today, readers will have the final chance to pick up a share of the £1,875 given away.
Another set of logos have been hidden in this week's paper, with the winners to be announced in next week's paper.
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Among the winners this week was Pam Hibbard, 58, of, Scunthorpe, who was delighted with her prize.
"It was really exciting to win," she said.
"I am having a lucky couple of weeks as I recently won another competition.
"I always enter them and a few years ago I won a year's supply of Coca Cola.
"We are off to York soon so will use the money to treat ourselves to a nice meal out.
"When we go away in the caravan we always take the Telegraph with us as you need to chance to be able to sit down and read it."
Many other delighted winners were happy with the weekly format, despite scepticism early on.
Pat Spencer, 68, of Scunthorpe, said: "I was flabbergasted when I found out that I'd won.
"I have entered competitions in the past but this is the first one that I have won which is a bonus."
Mrs Spencer said she would treat herself to a little something during a few days out she had planned.
"I buy the paper every week," she said.
"I like the weekly paper. It was a bit of a shock at first but I have got used to it and enjoy reading it.
"I buy it on a Thursday and I am often still reading it on the Monday."
Winner Mary Sugden, 87, of Scunthorpe, said that she would go out and treat herself with the money.
"I didn't buy the Scunthorpe Telegraph when it first went weekly as I thought it was too expensive," she said.
"But when you worked out the cost that you used to spend on it over the week it is not really that dear.
"I have now taken to it and think it is absolutely fantastic, really, really excellent.
"It is the only way that I can get the local news."
Two of the winners said they would use the cash to treat members of their family.
Mala Cox, 62, of Barton-Upon- Humber, said: "It is great to win and a really nice surprise. I am going to treat my family with the cash."
Yvonne Burgess, of Scunthorpe, said: "I will probably treat my grandson to something.
"We certainly treat him and if you give him a catalogue he knows how to spend money."
Cash in a Flash was set up as a thank you to readers of the Scunthorpe Telegraph for their continued support as the paper celebrates its 75th year, having printed its first edition on September 8, 1937.
As part of Cash in a Flash, 12 of the lucky 75 winners will get the opportunity to step into a Grab A Grand machine to win a up to £1,000.
The air-blown machine will be similar to that used in television show The Crystal Maze.
The closing date for this week's competition will be Sunday evening – with the winners announced in next week's Telegraph.
For details of how to enter this week, and all terms and conditions see the opposite page.
The full list of the winners is: Florence Humphries, Mala Cox, Susan Bellamy, Vera McNamara, Roy Maud, Lynne Cowling, Shell Harper, Kathleen Ellwood, Tracey Ann Gouldthorpe, Deborah Tindall, Mary Sugden, Yvonne Burgess, J Glenn, Daniel Currie, Pam Hibbard, Chris Grantham, Pat Spencer, Wendy Drinkall, Mr Burgess and Catherine Champion.