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The InsideFlyer forums are increasingly becoming the place for UK travellers to discuss issues, flag deals, share their triumphs (or disasters) etc – and we want you to join us on them!
So, until 12 February, we have a variety of prizes available to people who post on the forums. The prizes include free Hilton nights, IHG Platinum Elite status and SPG Points. What’s more, we are not just rewarding random postings – we will also be giving awards to the most useful forum posters, too!
The full range of prizes, and of course how you can win them, is as follows:
The random prize draw
- 1 x Hilton night
- 1 x 5,000 SPG points
- 1 x IHG Platinum Elite status
- 1 x free booking service with BookYourAward.com
Every post you make on the forums from today, Friday 22 January, until the end of Friday 12 February 2016 will give you one entry into the draw. We will then pick the winner of each prize at random on Saturday 13 February, and notify winners by email.
The “useful forum poster” awards
- 1 x Hilton night
- 1 x £100 Carlson Rezidor voucher
- 1 x SPG 5,000 points
These prizes will be “earned” rather than randomly awarded. There is a Facebook-style “like” button on the forums, so other forum users can “like” your posts. The three posts that get the most likes between today and the end of Friday 12 February will win the above prizes. The winner will get their pick, and the runner up can choose between the remaining two prizes. Third place will obviously get the final prize.
Can I just write a load of pointless posts, and get entries into the random draw that way?
Technically, I suppose you could. But we’d really appreciate you not doing this. The forums are currently of a good standard – helpful and, dare I say it, reasoned discussion. We want you to add to this rather than simply wasting people’s time with nonsense – and we also hope you will find the forums genuinely useful. Ask questions, you will get useful answers!
The above said, we also reserve the right to disqualify any poster we consider to be going too far with unnecessary posts.
And, of course, useless posts are unlikely to get you very far in the “useful forum poster” award, which itself also contains some great prizes.
Any further questions?
You can either comment on this post, or send an email to email@example.com. Or you could of course post in the forums…