Earlier this month I attended the fantastic BoardingArea.com blogger conference in Colorado Springs and won a $100 Hyatt promotional card. “I won” translates into one of you won.
The card is valid for up to $100 on a single purchase until August 31, 2013 at any physical hotel location in the United States. Here’s a bit more on the T&Cs from the back of the card:
The card may not be used toward the purchase of alcohol, for a purchase at any outlets not owned by the Hyatt hotel at which you are attempting to use the card or for an online or telephone purchase. Card is not redeemable for cash, unless required by law.
A maximum of one promotional card may be redeemed in a single transaction and a transaction may not be split into multiple transactions to use multiple cards.
Use of card will not accrue any benefits under the Hyatt Gold Passport program. Cannot be combined with other offers.
There’s more to the T&Cs on the back of the card, but it’s the usual stuff you’d find on any gift card and the above is probably what you wonder about most.
I’m giving it away and all you have to do for your chance to win it is leave a comment on this post (one per person only, please). I’ll use random.org to draw a winner this Friday, May 24, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. PT.
Be sure to enter your valid email address in the comment form as that’s how I’ll get in touch with the winner. And don’t worry if your comment gets held for moderation — I’ll be sure to clear and approve all comments before the drawing.
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