Hilton Free Night Giveaway: Today in Chicago, Thursday Istanbul, Friday Milan

Oct 19, 2011

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Just a friendly reminder to all TPG readers in Chicago today – you can snag a free Hilton night if you are free today at 3pm Central time to Tweet them something (details announced at noon) and stop by the Wit Hotel at 201. N State Street.

Inside scoop is that Thursday’s promo will be in Istanbul and Friday in Milan. Details on both of those locations will be released at noon local time each day. So far everyone who has shown up and completed the rules has gotten a free night and I suspect the same will happen in Istanbul and Milan. Chicago may be a bit more competitive, but you never know. Feel free to report your experiences!

Chicago details: The Promotion begins 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time (“ET”) on October 19, 2011 and ends 6:00 p.m. or when all 100 free night stay certificates have been given away (“Promotion Period”). On or about October 19, 2011, Sponsor will post a tweet to @HiltonHHonors that announces this Promotion and the opportunity to obtain one free night stay certificate for a Hilton Worldwide property.  To be eligible, you must during the Promotion Period: (1) Tweet a “Windy City Witticism” mentioning @HiltonHHonors and @Doubletree and using the hashtag #HHfreenight (2) Arrive at The Wit hotel at 201 N. State Street, Chicago, IL, USA 60601 (3) check-in with a HHonors staff member and show proof of qualifying tweet (either hard copy or on mobile phone) (“Entry” or “Entries”). The first 100 contestants to complete all of these steps will win a free night stay certificate.

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