Radisson Turn Your World Blu Contest – A Prize You Must Work For

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The Radisson Turn Your World Blu contest is a prize you need to work for. Judges will pick their favorite answer of “Which destination have you always dreamed of visiting and why?” Character limit: 250-1200 (with spaces).

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The prize:

  • 30 1-night stays at any Radisson Blu worldwide, to be used within a year
  • 360,000 miles in Lufthansa’s Miles & More program, which must be redeemed for two Lufthansa Economy Class Round the World Flight Award Tickets for use by winner and companion.

Essay judging:

  • Creativity: how well you describe why this is your dream destination: 40%.
  • Ability to create excitement in the destination: 40%.
  • Clarity of writing: 20%.

There are a few additional questions to answer as part of registration.

Deadline: August 15, 2013 at 21:59:59 GMT.

Open to entrants worldwide with some exceptions.

See the official rules for full details. If you are serious about entering, it will pay to carefully study the terms.

Readers, will you enter? This is too much work for me, especially with only one prize in play, no consolation prizes.

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@Joey: Round-the-world with 7 stop-overs. Not round-trip.

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wow 360,000 miles prize is a lot for 2 roundtrip economy class tickets!

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Ruh roh — winner gets a 1099 against an estimated retail value of $15,000!

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@LarryInNYC – oh my, yikes! I should include those in future write-ups.

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I’ll probably enter. Huge potential payout for a modest amount of work. Hopefully the need to actually write a short essay will keep the number of entrants down.