If you and your family had an infinite supply of LEGO bricks, what would you build?
That’s the theme of a new contest being co-sponsored by Airbnb and LEGO. One lucky winning family will be flown to Denmark and get to spent a one-night stay in the new LEGO House in the city of Billund, which is where LEGOs were invented in the 1930s.
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It’s October, which means it’s Halloween season for a lot of people. To join in on the spooky fun, Trip Advisor has teamed up with one of the scariest tourists attractions in the world for a #SweetScreams Halloween Sweepstakes!
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DISNEY CONTEST #2: SUMMER NIGHTS SWEEPSTAKES
The Summer Nights Sweepstakes is sponsored by the Hallmark Channel, where they, “invite you to enter for the chance to win a full and relaxing Disney Cruise Line family vacation to The Bahamas to create magical summer memories!”
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As I wrote in this post a while back, many contests, sweepstakes and giveaways you see online, especially when they’re on Facebook and are said to be from huge companies like airlines and theme parks, are hoaxes. Of course, there are exceptions here and there. In fact, one happened just last week, when JetBlue used a Facebook event as its method for a sweepstakes. And now there are not one but TWO Disney contest that are definitely NOT a fake.
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Remember my post about all the travel-related hoax contests and sweepstakes on Facebook, where you could win free cruises, free airline tickets etc.? Well, we just got wind of a sweepstakes JetBlue is running and although it totally looks like a typical hoax, it definitely is not!
I will always give credit where credit is due; whoever in JetBlue’s marketing department thought of this is a genius! They’re taking this Monday’s solar eclipse and using it for the basis of a sweepstakes in the form of a Facebook event! Take a look at this:
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Hoaxes and scams. If you’re on Facebook, you know you’ve seen then. You can win two free tickets on Southwest Airlines! Or on Delta Airlines! Or on JetBlue! Or you can get a free Disney Cruise! Or a free Celebrity Cruise! Or a free Princess Cruise! Or you can win an all-expenses-paid vacation! Or an RV! All you have to do is like this page! Or share this page! Or send it to 13 of your closest friends! Or reply to this message with any number between 1 and 100!
Hoaxes have been around for about as long as people have been buying and selling things. Whether it was a traveling salesman hawking a mysterious liquid guaranteed to stop everything that ailed you to a Nigerian woman who said she lost her husband,
needed a small loan, and would pay you tenfold after her inheritance comes in, scams have been preying on the hopeful, the kind-hearted and the naive for centuries. Nowadays the hoaxes have become more high-tech, received via email, robocalls and Continue reading “Free Disney Cruises! Free Airline Flights! (And Other Travel Hoaxes)”