Win a 2 night Best Western break every 30 minutes TODAY

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Thanks to Charles, who sent over details of this Best Western competition.

I don’t generally run competition details on the blog, but this one has a lot of prizes, is limited to UK residents and the only people who know about it are those who receive Best Western emails.  Your chances of winning are therefore OK!

Best Western

To celebrate the end of January we are giving away a 2 night break for 2 people, every half an hour!

That means 24 chances to bag yourself a break! Join in the celebration on Friday 1st February from 8 am and every 30 minutes you could be in with the chance of winning a 2 night, dinner bed and breakfast stay for two at one of our fab hotels!  

To enter simply visit our Facebook page during the 12 hour give away and correctly answer the question within 15 minutes.

Not a fan? Simply like Best Western GB on Facebook now to receive updates be in with a chance of winning one of 24 breaks!
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  1. Thanks – had a go! It’s interesting to see such a major corporate brand not complying with Facebook’s terms and conditions for running contests. They’d potentially risking having their Facebook page pulled.

  2. gagravarr says:

    Looks to be over 300 people entering each time, so the odds aren’t great but aren’t dreadful. Everyone else’s answers are visible, so it’s pretty easy to enter!

  3. Dan Ross says:

    445 entered the 12pm one. Wonder if number entering decrease at particular times, like 5pm as people leave.

    Bit sily to ask a question when everyone can see your answer!!

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