Win a Round-The-World Trip!

| May 2, 2011 | 6 Comments
rtwcontest Win a Round The World Trip!

Win airline tickets, travel gear, cash, tours, car rental, Eurail Passes and more!

Our regular readers know that we don’t usually post about contests and sweepstakes on Two Go Round-The-World (unless it’s our own contest). We generally save that information for the Two Go Round-The-World fan page on Facebook or our newsletter. But when we heard that the Indie Travel Media Association was giving away the ultimate traveler’s treat—a round-the-world (RTW) trip with a plane full of prizes—we just had to let all of our readers know!

This RTW contest runs for eight weeks–with eight chances to win! The challenge? Guess the route of where their RTW  journey will take the winner. Read on for more details!

Each week, participants guess the destination from the provided clues and enter online. One random winner will be chosen from the correct answers each week and awarded a weekly prize. After eight weeks—with eight chances to win—everyone will know the winning route and there will be eight finalists. One of those eight finalists will win the grand prize package for two while two more winners will receive the first and second prize awards!

How to Play

Starting May 2, each Monday the Indie Travel Media Association will put up some clues to help you guess one destination their grand prize winner will visit. Fill in the destination and your vitals and that’s it–you’re entered! On Sunday night they’ll pick a winner for that week. If it’s you, that week’s prize is coming your way and you’re one of the eight who will be in the running for the grand, first, or second prizes.

Here’s where to find the RTW contest. Click here to get started.

Prizes

After eight weeks, everyone will know the route and they’ll pick their winners!

The Grand Prize winner

The grand prize winner gets showered with goodies and starts making plans to travel around the world.

* Round-the-world airfare for 2 from the BootsnAll Travel Network
* A Southeast Asia tour for 2 from All Points East
* One year of travel insurance from World Nomads
* One-week First Class Eurail passes
* Four hotel nights from Anantara
* Two BRX luggage sets from Briggs & Riley
* Head-to-toe travel clothing from ExOfficio
* One-week rental car in Europe from Auto Europe
* Shoes from Lowa Boots
* $500 in spending money from Transitions Abroad
* Two pairs of Serengeti Eyewear sunglasses with Polar PHD lenses
* A grab bag of useful apps and guidebooks

First Prize

$2000 in airfare to go anywhere in the world from 1800FlyEurope.

Second Prize

Round-trip travel anywhere in the continental US on Southwest Airlines.

Good luck!

Win airline tickets, travel gear, cash, tours, car rental, Eurail Passes and more! Yup, you might have the opportunity to take that sabbatical, take a year off from school—or put your unemployment situation to good use! The Indie Travel Media Association is giving you the chance to take off for a year and all you have to do is put a little bit of your travel knowledge to the test!


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For nearly ten years now, Daniel of Two Go Round-The-World has explored how travel captures our imagination and engages our deepest emotions. One half of the duo that maintains the widely read Two Go Round-The-World blog, Daniel treats his subjects not only as works of art but also as symbols of the cultural and political forces that inspire them. Check him out on Google+.

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  1. Cailin says:


    great contest! I entered! Guessing the city was pretty easy, I didn’t really need the links at all! haha fun :)

  2. Elle says:


    Wow, thanks for the heads up! I entered the contest as well :^)

    • Daniel says:


      Oh man, we better rethink our strategy next week! Ha! But in all honesty — good luck. Would be awesome if somebody that saw the link here won a prize!


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