Summer is arguably the time of year everyone had been looking forward to the most. Many had planned trips to some of the most beautiful destinations in the world – some of them the first trips in a very long time. With August now slowly coming to an end, it would be easy to slip into fall and winter with nothing but memories of those glorious long sunny days…
Nostalgia is fine, but here at InsideFlyer, we thought readers might like something to look forward to as well. We have therefore decided to officially extend that summer feeling and celebrate it together with you!
Celebrate the summer?
Nothing says ‘summer’ like a holiday – so for a whole week, from 24th to 30th August 2022, we are giving away exclusive travel prizes every day.
You will have the chance to win free flights to Europe, to experience some of Hilton’s latest hotel openings, or maybe even a luxury stay at an idyllic Maldives resort.
Here’s how you can participate
It’s easy: Visit InsideFlyer online each day from 24th August to 30th August (and keep an eye on your inbox too!). To ensure you have a chance of winning the respective daily prize, you must register daily.
Good luck everyone!
No purchase is necessary to enter or win this competition. A purchase or payment of any kind does not increase the chances of winning. The giveaway is not valid in regions where promotions of this type are prohibited or restricted.
One winner will be drawn at random from all entries and notified via email within 14 days of the end of the CELEBRATE THE SUMMER Promotion Period. If the winner does not respond to this notification within 7 days, the prize will not be awarded to them and will be assigned to a new winner. You can participate once per day.
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InsideFlyer and our partners will do their utmost to ensure prizes arrive correctly, but cannot accept responsibility for third party errors (e.g. in delivery).