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Competition: win tickets to the Rugby World Cup, Ascot, Goodwood Revival and Moto GP!

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It’s been 16 long years since the Rugby World cup has been held in the UK. How would you fancy going to a Rugby World Cup match? Perhaps getting your adrenaline pumping at the Silverstone MotoGP? Suiting and booting at Ascot races? Or maybe oohin’ and aahin’ at the classic cars at the Goodwood Revival? Yes, that’s right…ALL OF THESE ARE UP FOR GRABS! See how you can be in with a chance of getting your hands on some tickets through HolidayCheck!…

What can you win?

2x tickets Rugby World Cup match 2015

2x tickets QIPCO Champions Day at Ascot 2015 – U18’s go free (accompanied by an adult)

2x tickets Silverstone Moto GP 2015 – circuit parking for 2 people

2x tickets The Goodwood Revival 2015 – U13’s go free (accompanied by an adult)

Who are HolidayCheck?

HolidayCheck is the largest European independent travel portal. On www.HolidayCheck.com travellers find hotels matching their wishes and get in contact with other travellers. The base for this is a databank of 10 million hotel reviews and pictures.

So how does the competition work?

Simple. From 6th July – 2nd August 2015 there will be four challenges. One each week, starting every Monday! If you can complete the challenge you are in with a chance to win the prize for that week. There will be one winner chosen randomly each week.

We won’t reveal to you what prize you will win just to keep you on your toes, but your chances are very probable if you get those thinking caps on! Emotion con

What are the challenges and when do they take place?

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* All content must be published on HolidayCheck.com

Haven’t been anywhere recently? You can submit experiences from the past 24 months!

What is the criteria for each challenge?

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So, we really want to make this a ‘challenge’ as these tickets really are like gold dust and yes, we are very jealous we can’t have them for ourselves! 😉

Challenge 1 – Top Hotel Reviewer

We’re looking for those reviews that are really helpful for your fellow travellers. We want your hotel reviews to be as rich in information as possible (minimum 160 characters). Whether it ticked all the boxes or was more of a stay from hell, we want to hear from you!

Challenge 2 – Top Photographer

With just 25 pictures published you can be in with a shot of being our Top Photographer of the Week. The best would be pictures that have captivated your entire holiday experience. We’re talking everything from your hotel room, sites you have visited to the sunset you saw on the beach. We’re sure you have a lot of amazing photos from your recent holidays!

Challenge 3 – Cultural Explorer

From your favourite beer garden to your experience of the Eiffel Tower, we want your reviews and personal tips of tourist attractions and places to visit. Maybe you know somewhere perfect for tasting the fine local cuisine or the best time to go on the London Eye, we want to hear about all of them. The more detailed the description the better, we want to know all about your tips from your adventures (minimum 100 characters)!

Challenge 4 – Ultimate Traveller

In our final challenge we are looking for that one traveller who is really going out of their way to help their fellow travellers. This means 1 hotel review, 1 things to do review and 25 or more pictures published on HolidayCheck.com. The Ultimate Traveller is chosen based on their contributions from the first day till the last day of the competition. So if you have completed the 3 previous challenges you are automatically entered into this one.

Wait! Don’t worry if you haven’t participated before. You can still complete all 3 challenges in the last week and be in with a chance of winning the final prize!

We wish you the best of luck, your prize is waiting for you!

Start the challenge now!

 

 

 

Ever since he was knee-high to a grasshopper Al has always been a sucker for an adventure. As a kid he was lucky enough to be taken along on exotic far flung family jaunts and since then he’s developed a taste for new cultures. From the sizzling street markets of Bangkok to the alligator infested waters of the Florida Everglades, he loves to be fully immersed in his surroundings, soaking up the sights, sounds and smells of every new destination he visits. Travelling and writing aside, he has spent many years working in the fine wine trade and certainly knows his clarets from his chiantis. He also has a special fondness for craft beer and all things artisan as well as his favourite destinations; Jamaica, Austria, Netherlands, Thailand and Mauritius.

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