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I have a soft spot for Hyatt because I’ve had lots of wonderful Hyatt stays – from when I asked Emily to marry me last year in London, to our honeymoon in Paris to spending time with family in Goa.
Hyatt is running a contest up to Friday, November 16, 2012 on their Facebook page. Emily and I, along with Mommy Points, and Jeff Zidell (the Vice President of Hyatt Gold Passport) will help select 3 winners from among the top ten entries with the most votes in the Hyatt “Imagine the Possibilities” Facebook contest.
Each of the 3 winners gets 65,000 Hyatt points to use on their getaway. Hyatt has also graciously given me 22,000 Hyatt points to keep or to giveaway, so of course I’m going to give them away. Hyatt has previously given away 66,000+ points on the blog to randomly drawn entries from the blog comments.
22,000 Hyatt points is enough for 1 night at their top tier Category 6 hotels or ~4 nights at their category 1 hotels.
How To Enter
1) Submit an entry to the Hyatt “Imagine the Possibilities” Facebook contest. Yes, you have to use Facebook. Some of you are uncomfortable with using Facebook, but as always do what you’re comfortable with. If you’ve already entered the Hyatt Facebook contest skip to #2 below.
2) After you submit your entry, email yourself the link to your post by clicking “Send” above your entry and enter your email address in the “To” box. You’ll receive a link to your direct Facebook entry in your post.
3) Paste the link from your email – which you received from step 2 above – in the comments on THIS blog post (once only!) so that I know you entered the contest. This will link to your Facebook entry.
4) I’ll pick a random winner when this Million Mile Secrets contest closes at 11:59 CST, Thursday, November 15, 2012.
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