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VisitBritain Win a Family Trip to Giant Britain Sweepstakes 7/31/16

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https://www.visitbritain.com/us/e...ns/the-bfg

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https://www.visitbritain.com/us/e...ompetition

open to residents of USA*, Canada*, France, Australia, and Russia, who are aged 18 years or over (or the age of majority in their state or territory of legal residence)

open for entry from midnight BST on 20 June 2016 and the closing date for entries is midnight BST on 31 July 2016.

Competition is limited to one entry per person.

There is one prize package to be won. The Prize package is for a family of four, including two adults and two children (aged under 16), and will consist of:


Return economy flights for a family of four, two adults and two children aged under 16, from the winner’s nearest international airport to London


2-night stay at The Athenaeum Hotel, London, in a family apartment with breakfast


2-night stay at a min.3-star Cardiff Hotel with breakfast


Dinner on the first night


Tickets to watch Matilda the Musical


Return train travel from London to Cardiff


Exclusive experiences at Cardiff: City of the Unexpected

The Prize package does not include:


Spending money


Food expenses, other than those outlined above

Winner will be responsible for:


Cost of arranging their own travel insurance


Visa (where required)


Travel to and from airport of departure


Any other experiences not listed above

Approximate Retail Value of one (1) prize trip is (AVR): $4900 (USD).

The prize package must be taken from 16-20 September 2016.

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