Psst – did you hear about the cool contest parent company Starwood recently launched with a few of our favorite travel bloggers? The Starwood Preferred Guests American Express blogging partners program (try saying that three times fast!) features six travel bloggers (we like to call them “Amex Stars”) giving away 25,000 points from Starwood/Preferred Guest Credit Card from American Express. We’re talking a bunch of free hotel stays in New York City, people!
One of our favorite travel bloggers – Mike Richard over at Vagabondish – has a great post up about how to enter. Check it out, it’s super simple to enter but you have to hurry – the contest ends on Wednesday, May 30!
Win 25,000 Points for Stays at Any U.S. Starwood Hotel!
Do you like hotels? Specifically free hotel stays? No way – us too!
Which is why you should definitely enter our latest giveaway! As a member of the brand new Starwood Preferred Guests American Express blogging partners program (phew!), we’re thrilled to announce the giveaway of 25,000 points from Starwood/Preferred Guest Credit Card from American Express!
There are more than 30 Starwood hotels in the New York City area. All you have to do is check out the complete list and tell us via Twitter which one you’d most love to stay at!
No, seriously. That’s it!
HOW TO ENTER
As always, we’ve made it super simple for you to enter to win:
- If you haven’t already, sign up for a free Starwood Preferred Guest loyalty account (note: you do not need to be an Amex cardholder to win!)
- Tweet us (@vagabondish) with the name of your favorite Starwood hotel in New York
- Be sure to include the hashtag #SPGAMEX
- Include a link to this post (http://bit.ly/JjQ3lD)
So, for example, your Tweet might look something like this: Hey @vagabondish! I want to visit the W New York – Times Square for just one night! #SPGAMEX http://bit.ly/JjQ3lD
That’s it! Enter as often as you like!
All Tweets posted within the Sweepstakes Period will be entered in to that Sweepstakes drawing. Individuals may win a maximum of one (1) prize.