There are still more chances to take part in our Gold Rush game.
Simply find our golden envelopes hidden in two locations in Dundee and the £30 inside is all yours.
We will again have two chances to win at 4pm and 6pm.
Clues will be released on our Facebook page at the time, but to get a sneak peek before everyone else, click here to get a second clue direct to your inbox before we post it on social media.
Congratulations to yesterday’s winners Deborah and Dexylee at 4pm and Susan and Jamil at 6pm.
Deborah’s partner was the one to find the cash at Mains Castle, but gifted it to his girlfriend and her pal so they could go to the bingo.
Well done to Deborah Mcfie & Dexylee Mullady who scooped the cash in 7 minutes! They are going to spend it at the bingo….
Susan and Jamil were on the case at the 4pm but missed it. They didn’t give up, though, and managed to find the cash in the next game in Ardler.
Congratulations to Susan and Jamil from Dundee who missed out on the golden envelope earlier but managed to catch this one in Ardler #telegoldrush in association with city cabs 505050
Keep an eye on our Facebook page later in the day for clues on where to find today’s golden envelopes.
Identify the location and get yourself there asap to scoop your cash!
If the cash is not found within the two-hour gap, this will roll over to the following day.
Please be aware that players will be photographed or filmed and appear on the Evening Telegraph’s Facebook page and website.
This treasure hunt is part of our promotion for the “£50,000 Golden Wallet” which kicks off on Friday August 18.
There will be a Golden Wallet inside every copy of the Tele on this date, with 35 lucky tickets inside the sealed wallets which are worth anything from £50 to a whopping £10,000.
One of our Tele readers will scoop that jackpot and all you have to do to be in with a chance is buy your Tele on August 18.
Every single one will get you at least a Wispa Gold, and if you don’t find a cash ticket – you still have a gamecard to play for a week with £250 to be won against every valid match.