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Enter to win One (1) grand prize (“Grand Prize” or “Prize”) will be awarded in this Sweepstakes to one (1) Grand Prize Winner. The Grand Prize shall consist of a five (5) night trip to Paris, France (the “Trip”) for Grand Prize Winner and one (1) guest (“Guest”). The Trip includes: roundtrip coach air travel for two (2) on the airline of Sponsor’s choice from a major airport near Winner’s home and in Sponsor’s sole discretion, to a major airport in Paris (approximate retail value (“ARV”) of two (2) round trip coach air travel tickets: $2,000); one (1) standard, double occupancy hotel accommodations, as determined by Sponsor (on an if used basis) for the duration of the Trip, all details determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion (ARV of hotel room accommodations for five (5) nights:$2,000); $500 in spending money for ground transportation and miscellaneous travel expenses (ARV: $500). The total ARV of the Grand Prize is four thousand five hundred dollars and zero cents ($4,500 USD). The actual value of Grand Prize may vary depending on the number of travelers, point of departure and fluctuations in the cost of air transportation.
Enter to win The prize consists of two (2) roundtrip Economy class tickets, valid for transportation between January 1-December 31, 2018. (One round-trip ticket for Winner, One Round-Trip ticket for Travel Companion).
The aforementioned components constitute the “Prize”. Total ARV of the Prize is $4,000.
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