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Back in October, we profiled Hotelied, a new hotel booking site which offers its users personalized discounts based on users’ social media and travel loyalty status. Hotelied bills itself  as the first personalized hotel booking site where travelers can unlock unpublished discounts based on how desirable they are to hotels. The premise is simple, hotels want influential travelers who travel often and can help them spread the word. Therefore, the more active on social media or influential you are in your career, or the higher your loyalty status with airlines and hotel groups, the lower your rates will be. By creating an account on Hotelied users can access discounts at some of the premier hotels in the world, and the list of destinations is quickly expanding.

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Enter to win a $400 voucher to Hotelied today!

For this week’s Thursday Giveaway, Hotelied is generously giving one lucky TPG reader the chance to win a $400 voucher to use on their site at one of their expertly curated properties. To enter to win, visit our Facebook Page. Remember, when you share it on your wall, tweet it out or send an invite, every time one of your friends enters, you get an extra entry! 

In addition to this, Hotelied is offering TPG readers a receive a $100 credit towards your first Hotelied booking of two nights or more by entering promocode TPG2014 at checkout. Offer is valid for bookings with a check-in date prior to May 31, 2015 and may not be used in conjunction with any other promotion.Offer is not negotiable and not redeemable for cash. This promotion is limited to only one claim per person.

Last Week’s Winner

Last week, Silvercar provided an amazing prize for the Thursday Giveaway, a year of rentals which was valued at over $9000, our largest giveaway ever! Thousands of entries were received, and one lucky winner was chosen at random. Congrats to TPG reader Becca F. on winning!

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Congrats to TPG Reader Becca F. on your win!

Congrats to our winners, and stay tuned for more great giveaways here on the blog and on TPG TwitterFacebook and Instagram. Safe travels!

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