Win £200 towards your next holiday
When you register to save up to 70 per cent on luxury travel
Tuesday 30 April 2013
Even the best luxury and boutique hotels have rooms they want to fill, and Secret Escapes make sure that their members get the best deals. It’s absolutely free to subscribe, and, once you do, you’ll be able to snap up deals which save you up to 70 per cent.
To benefit from these one time only prices, join today by signing up below. By signing up you will also automatically be in with a chance of winning £200 credit.
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Terms and conditions
Promotion closes at 23:59 on 12 May 2013. Entry is automatic to new members who register between Wednesday 1 May and Sunday 12 May 2013 inclusive via independent.secretescapes.com. £200 credit will automatically be applied to the winner’s account. This credit cannot be applied more than once to the same email address. Registration means that you are agreeing to be contacted with communication on offers from Secret Escapes. Current subscribers are not eligible to enter this promotion. By subscribing to Secret Escapes to enter this promotion, you are agreeing to be contacted by Secret Escapes and Independent Print Ltd. The winner will be selected at random from all new sign ups for the promotional period (stated above) and one winner will contacted by 14 May 2013. The prize is valid to redeem until 31 December 2013, and is subject to availability. For full terms and conditions go to: independent.secretescapes.com. Credit cannot be exchanged for cash or any other offer. Promoter: Secret Escapes.
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