Win A 2 Night Stay in a Luxury London Apartment (UK)
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WIN a two night stay for two in a luxury London apartment.
Giving you the space of home with the luxury of a top hotel, serviced apartments are the only way to stay on a city break. How do you fancy having a weekend break in London on us?
Here at Central-London-Apartments.com we are offering you a two night stay (Friday & Saturday) in a one bedroom apartment at the fabulous City Nights London apartments http://www.central-london-apartments.com/apartment-city-nites-london.php
There is 1 prize available in this Competwition.
How Competwition works:
- Entry is completely free - all you need is a Twitter account!
- When you enter you'll automatically follow @competwition and @Centralondonapt, and you'll automatically tweet the competwition prize details and a link to your followers - this will only happen once per entry.
- Oh, and if you happen to be picked by Competwition's random winner generator at the end of the competwition, @Centralondonapt will contact you via Twitter to let you know you've won some excellent booty!
This competwition is open to worldwide residents.
Entrants must be aged 18 years and over.
No purchase necessary.
A winner will be drawn at random at the end of the competition.
Any entries found to be violating these terms and conditions will be immediately rendered invalid.
This competition not open to employees of Central-London-Apartments.com, their immediate families, friends or associated agencies.
Winners will be notified via Twitter within 48 hours of the competition end date.
Central-London-Apartments.com reserves the right to redraw at its own discretion.
Central-London-Apartments.com will not be liable for entries which are delayed or not received.
The prize is non-transferable, and no cash alternative will be offered.
The prize is for a two night stay (Friday & Saturday) and must be claimed before the end of the year.
The winner's chosen dates of stay are subject to availability.
The Prize is NOT available during the Olympic period.