Feb282015

#HyattAllIn promotion for 100,000 AA miles and 3 free nights at Ziva or Zilara all-inclusive resort

#HyattAllIn promotion for 100,000 AA miles and 3 free nights at Ziva or Zilara all-inclusive resort is a Twitter sweepstakes running February 17 to 6pm CT March 10, 2015. Sweepstakes is open to residents of 48 states and D.C.

New York and Florida residents are excluded from this promotion.

To enter #HyattAllIn Twitter Sweepstakes:

In the Promotion, eligible entrants may enter by making a post from their Twitter account that contains

(i) contains the sponsor provided video or a link to the video (“Video”) and

(ii) the hashtags “#HyattAllIn” and “#HZEntry,” (“Required Hashtags”)

Limit of one entry per day.

Prizes: Three (3) Prize Winners, subject to verification, will receive a prize, which consists solely of: a trip for winner and one (1) guest to a Hyatt Ziva or Zilara property on Sponsor-approved dates that consists solely of one (1) room based on double occupancy) for three (3) nights for use only by winner and verified guest (ARV $1200) and one hundred thousand American Airlines AAdvantage miles (ARV $3,190). Winner must be or join American Airlines AAdvantage program in order to receive the miles. Total ARV of Prize: $4,390.

Prize must be redeemed within one year.

HyattAllIn video

#HyattAllIn

Published on Feb 17, 2015

We sent three lucky couples on a once-in-a-lifetime getaway to the all inclusive Hyatt Zilara, and you could be next! Enter to win an unforgettable experience at Hyatt Zilara or Hyatt Ziva for you and a guest when you share this video on Twitter with #HyattAllIn and #HZEntry. Rules: http://bit.ly/1DGULtr
Explore all that Hyatt All Inclusive Resorts have to offer: http://bit.ly/1DOFuXB

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About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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