Radisson’s 50 Years, 50 Days, 50 Rooms {Giveaway}

Radisson is celebrating their 50th Anniversary!!  And do you know how they are celebrating?  By giving away 50 one-night stays, every day f0r 50 days!  Yeppers, and you can win one of those free nights stay right here on A Cowboy’s Wife!  Yeehaw!!  (p.s. if you wanna enter to win an Aaron Rodgers autographed football & $50 amex gift card, go here to my other giveaway)

Some of the most beautiful & amazing Radisson Hotels are in other countries. Check out this awesome aquarium inside a Radisson Hotel.

Seriously, look at how huge it is.  See the people standing at the bottom and at the top. CRAZY!  There are also some beautiful, luxurious Radisson Hotels here in America.  I love the one in Chicago!

 

Okay, I know you’re ready to enter this special giveaway so I’ll get to it!

THE PRIZE

One lucky winner will receive  a free night voucher, valid for one free night, standard room, double occupancy at any North American Radisson Blu or Radisson hotel of the winner’s choice. The voucher expires one year after issue date. The full terms and conditions are located on the room night voucher.

It’s a fantastic prize!!

HOW TO ENTER

Leave a comment here on this post telling us your best travel tip!  You may do this daily. Just make sure your tip is different each time.

BONUS ENTRY!!  Visit Radisson’s website, come back here and tell me which property you would like to stay at! You may do this only once.

While it’s not required, it would be greatly appreciated if you would ‘Like’ Radisson on Facebook.  They were generous enough to allow me to offer this giveaway afterall.

THE WINNER

Giveaway ends on December  2, 2012.  The winner will be notified by a representative on behalf of Radisson, as well as myself.

Again, the vouchers can only be redeemed within North America and have a one year expiration date as well as other terms and conditions that may apply.  If you want more chances to win, visit their Facebook page and enter every week until December 3rd.  Good luck!

Disclosure: In return for hosting this giveaway, I have been given free nights at the Radisson. All opinions are my own, always.

 

 

Comments

  1. 253


    Mami2jcn says

    Always pack some extra clothes in your carry on in case your checked luggage is lost.

  2. 254


    Biggles209 says

    Join all the car rental programs

  3. 255


    Tim says

    My best travel tip is to pack an extra pair of shoe laces — you never know when you’ll need them!

  4. 256


    melinda w says

    Take your favorite scented air fresher- it will remind you of home but the comfort of all the amenties the Radisson has to offer!

  5. 257


    Venetia R says

    My travel tip is you can use frequent flyer miles
    To pay for hotels

  6. 258


    Bill R says

    My travel top is Recheck your hotel rates often
    They do change and you can save $ if rate
    Decreases

  7. 259


    Christine says

    roll not fold in suitcase

  8. 260


    Gena says

    Before you go somewhere make sure to call your credit card company and let them know when and where you will be. This can save a lot of trouble. On one long driving trip my card was froze because it showed purchase of gas in 3 states in 2 days (which were legit). Would not be an issue if I told them ahead of time

  9. 261


    Sean says

    Remember to pack an umbrella or poncho. You never know when it’s going to rain.

  10. 262


    PAIGE CHANDLER says

    Roll your clothes – don’t fold for the suitcase

  11. 263


    PAIGE CHANDLER says

    I’d like to stay at the Washington DC location

  12. 264

    If you are traveling abroad….you should check your medical insurance by calling the insurance company and asking if your policy covers you while on vacation in another country. If not, you can get supplemental insurance.

  13. 265


    Linda G. says

    My tip is to check ahead on places to interest to visit before leaving on your trip

  14. 266


    Elena says

    Travel off season to save money

  15. 267


    Wendy T says

    Stay present in the present. It really is about the journey.

  16. 268


    Cynthia C says

    Always have moist wipes with you. You never know when they will come in handy for sanitizing something.

  17. 269


    Deborah Wallin says

    Try to travel in the off season to get better prices and avoid the crowds.

  18. 270


    Jacob says

    Take some comfortable tennis shoes or sneakers; especially if you plan on walking a lot. Believe me – those nice looking shoes will be agony faster than you think!

  19. 271


    Deanna R. says

    travel tip: Allow a little extra room in your suitcase, to be able to bring home some things from your travel.

  20. 272


    John B says

    Get Nexus if you are are a frequent visitor to Canada

  21. 273


    kfloveinme says

    Make front and back copies of all credit cards, passports, driver license when you are traveling..just in case

  22. 274


    Susan P. says

    Be nice to all the people who work in the travel industry; airline desk personnel, flight attendants, travel agents, marketing people for sweeps wins, etc. You never know when they will go out of their way for you because you were nice to them.

  23. 275


    Gennie Lancaster says

    Make a packing check list so that you don’t forget anything.

  24. 276


    dani marie says

    roll clothes in a suitcase. saves room, easier to locate clothes.

  25. 277


    Maz says

    My travel tip is do not forget the passport if you are leaving for going outside the country :P

  26. 278


    Mami2jcn says

    Be flexible with your travel dates and you could take advantage of lower prices.

  27. 279


    Sean says

    Weigh your luggage before leaving home!

  28. 280

    Know the 3-1-1 for Airline Carry-On Baggage
    3 ounces or smaller for liquid or gel
    safely kept inside a (1) one-quart, plastic zip-top bag.
    One Bag per traveler placed on security belt.

  29. 281


    Amber says

    My travel tip is to get an airlines credit card to rack up more miles!

  30. 282


    Tim says

    My best travel tip is to NOT get the extra insurance on rental cars — your car insurance will usually cover you.

  31. 283


    Venetia says

    My travel tip is to look for coupon codes before booking hotels on travel sites

  32. 284


    Bill R says

    My travel tip is look in the entertainment book for good car rental coupons.

  33. 285


    Biggles209 says

    Keep your cell phone charged

  34. 286


    Gena says

    Pack dryer sheets! They work great to remove static from your hair and clothing and make your suitcase smell awesome while taking up virtually no room in your suitcase

  35. 287


    Heather Garcia says

    With children always make sure there are games to keep them occupied and of course snacks!!

  36. 288


    Heather Garcia says

    Omaha, Nebraska

  37. 289


    Wendy T says

    Collect any of the hotel size toiletries for donation to the Ronald McDonald House in your neighborhood. They are a blessing to parents and families.

  38. 290


    Elena says

    Make the list of the things to pack to make sure you don’t forget anything

  39. 291


    Susan P. says

    Research, research, research! The more you know about where you are going, the less $ you’ll spend and the less like a tourist you will be.

  40. 292


    Heather S says

    Pack clothes that don’t wrinkle easily!

  41. 293


    Deborah Wallin says

    Have back up plans for each day in the event of weather, or crowds or anything unexpected that could pop up.

  42. 294


    Jacob says

    If you are traveling with 2 or more people split your clothes among all the luggage. That way if a piece of luggage gets lost somebody doesn’t lose ALL of their clothes and stuff

  43. 295


    Linda G. says

    Don’t overpack, we always seem to take way to much

  44. 296


    Deanna R. says

    travel tip: Subscribe to Groupon and/or Living Social to get some deals on some getaways.

  45. 297


    Laura V. says

    Always pack early!

  46. 298


    kfloveinme says

    This maybe a weird travel tip but carry a roll of toilet paper in your carry on. One thing I hate is going to an airport bathroom and there’s no paper!

  47. 299


    Steve Stone says

    use a radar detector when possible.

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    Sylvie W says

    The internet is so helpful for travellers. You can stop your mail on the USPS website. Visitors bureaus offer sample itineraries for the cities so you can maximize the gotta-see-gotta-do of their locals.

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    ky2here says

    If you exercise, save nearly worn out exercise clothes, socks etc. Toss them in your suitcase at the time when you’d throw them away. Take them on vacation, use them one more time and throw them away there. Saves room in the suitcase for your return trip. Saves burden of sweaty (and for me, nasty clothes that wait a week or more to be laundered).

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    ky2here says

    I’ll go to Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Miami (Kendall), FL