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For 24 hours only, Radisson is giving away free hotel nights on Twitter!
The sweepstakes started at 10:00 am Eastern Time today, and continues until 9:59 am Eastern Time tomorrow, January 2, 2015.
Each hour, they’ll give away a different number of eCertificates, each good for a 2-night stay at any Radisson hotel in North or South America.
I’ll explain how to enter!
What’s the Deal?
Link: Radisson on Twitter
To enter the sweepstakes, 1st follow Radisson on Twitter.
Every hour, they’ll send out a tweet telling folks how many nights they’re giving away.
It changes every entry period. Here’s the schedule:
To enter, send a public tweet @Radisson with the hashtag #24HrsOfRadissonSweeps. You’re allowed 1 entry per time period, and entries do NOT carry forward (so you have to re-tweet each hour).
There are a few restrictions. The rules say:
Each eCertificate is valid for one (1) two (2)-night stay at any Radisson hotel in North America or South America. Radisson eCertificates expire on December 31, 2015, may be redeemed with advanced reservations only, are subject to additional terms and conditions set forth on the eCertificate and the hotel’s policies, and are subject to availability and blackout dates.
And the contest is open to US and Canadian (except Quebec) residents only.
Radisson is running a promotion until tomorrow, January 2, 2015. Each hour, they’ll give away a different number of free hotel nights on Twitter.
To enter, send a public tweet to Radisson including the hashtag #24HrsOfRadissonSweeps. You’re allowed 1 entry per hour, and have to re-tweet for each new entry period.
What a great contest for the New Year! Good luck to all!
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