T+L SEA TWITTER CONTEST!

Admin 23 December 2009 41 comments

coverTweet / Retweet to Win a One Year Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia Magazine Subscription

Join Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia Twitter Contest to win a one year magazine subscription given away weekly by just simply tweeting or retweeting T+L tweet.

Every month, more than 5 million people worldwide read Travel + Leisure, the world leading magazine.

Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia, the region’s leading travel and lifestyle magazine, is inspiring its readers to experience the world. In each issue, readers can find stunning adventures, cutting-edge style and fashion, sensational hotels, innovative restaurants and the lavish spas that everyone is talking about. —————————

Prizes

Four of the contest participants will each win a one year Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia magazine subscription. The contest duration is in one month (December 24th, 2009 – January 24th, 2010). Each of the four winners will be randomly picked weekly and will be announced in this blog post on December 31st, January 8th, January 16th, and January 24th.

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T+L Retweet Contest Rules

(1) You have to own a Twitter account and follow @TravLeisureAsia then simply tweet or retweet the following copy:

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“ Sign up at www.TravelandLeisureAsia.com to WIN two business class tickets  to Thailand with a three-night luxury stay from @TravLeisureAsia ”

“ Retweet to Win a One Year Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia Magazine Subscription http://bit.ly/6hmA6l

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(2) After you have tweeted / retweeted the above message, please come back here (this post) and post your @Name in the comment section below and we will e-mail you :)

OUR WINNERS who win one year Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia magazine subscription, you will be informed e-mail right after you are randomly picked. Most of our winners will be receiving the first issue in February 2010:

December 31: @ChiewYingL
January 8th: @antybazar
January 16th: @razorazor
January 24th: @qnoy2k

41 Comments For This Post

  1. ggberry ggberry Says:

    @ggberry ;)

  2. chiewying chiewying Says:

    @ChiewYingL

  3. sylau sylau Says:

    @saiyew

  4. flogcrazegal flogcrazegal Says:

    @sueyinooi

  5. 7free 7free Says:

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  6. jordychen jordychen Says:

    @jordychen

  7. jvillasis jvillasis Says:

    @jvillasis

  8. aircargo aircargo Says:

    @cargog

  9. suanbee suanbee Says:

    @suanbee

  10. celestelock celestelock Says:

    @celestelock

  11. RJtravels RJtravels Says:

    @RJFernhout

  12. wahchuen wahchuen Says:

    @wahchuen

  13. cwhit6 cwhit6 Says:

    @Catherine_Whit

  14. dabbagmm dabbagmm Says:

    @alternativemsg

  15. melanderings melanderings Says:

    @melanderings

  16. usm22dave usm22dave Says:

    @KM NG

  17. Nellie Huang Nellie Huang Says:

    @WildJunket

  18. elgareyes elgareyes Says:

    @elgareyes

  19. antybazar antybazar Says:

    @antybazar

  20. anggi anggi Says:

    @anggi63

  21. DanielAFU DanielAFU Says:

    @adviceforyou

  22. judydolce judydolce Says:

    @judydolce

  23. qnoy2k qnoy2k Says:

    @qnoy2k

  24. razortrip razortrip Says:

    @razorazor

  25. miund miund Says:

    @miund

  26. Monsicha Hoonsuwan Monsicha Hoonsuwan Says:

    @scaredzone

  27. nikipaniki nikipaniki Says:

    @nikipaniki

  28. cyfu cyfu Says:

    @cyfu

  29. uniq uniq Says:

    @lhotw, wondering why u don’t use hashtags…

  30. uniq uniq Says:

    @lhotw, wondering why u don’t use hashtags – or will twitter trackbacks count as well?

  31. geotraveler geotraveler Says:

    @LolaAkinmade

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    @brianepeters

  33. qnoy2k qnoy2k Says:

    @qnoy2k :)

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    @devidalildevil

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    @secretlock

  38. sunnysun Says:

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