Win One of 60 Free Starwood Nights Plus 225,000 Starpoints

Dec 1, 2014

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Visit the Starwood Facebook page today for a chance to win free nights at over 60 hotels or 225,000 Starpoints! Once you enter your name and email, simply shake the snowglobe for your chance to win. You don’t need to enter your Starpoints number or any other information. The participating hotels you can win free nights at can be viewed here.

Shake the globe and win free nights
Shake the globe and win free nights

As you shake, the snow globe features destinations where you can win free nights at.

Shake the snowglobe to win free nights
Shake the snowglobe to win free nights

Unfortunately, my shake resulted in nothing, but once you enter, you have the opportunity to win the 225,000 Starpoints even if your shakes didn’t get you any free nights.

My shakes didn't win :(
My shakes didn’t win :(

The contest is open only to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia and Canada (excluding Quebec) who are 21 years of age or older. Make sure to play by 9:00 p.m. ET on December 1, 2014 for a chance to win.

Also, keep in mind that Starwood is running a Cyber Monday sale now through December 7th, where you can save up to 30% off at many of their hotels. These deals are valid for stays through April 15, 2015. You can view the list of participating properties on their site.

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