Enter to win trip to Las Vegas

C&IT has teamed up with Virgin Atlantic and Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a two-night stay for two including flights.

Enter to win trip to Las Vegas
Enter to win trip to Las Vegas

The prize includes a two-night stay for two in a deluxe room at Aria (double occupancy) and two economy return flights with Virgin Atlantic.

 

Virgin Atlantic offers daily flights to Las Vegas from London Gatwick, and flights from Manchester twice weekly. Passengers departing from London Gatwick will benefit from refreshed 747 aircraft as part of a £100m investment, with brand new seats in Economy and Premium Economy, refreshed Upper Class Suites, a new touchscreen in-flight entertainment system and new meal services.

 

Aria Resort & Casino is an AAA Five Diamond resort on The Strip. The luxurious 4,004-room property has 27,870m2 of meeting and convention space. It also offers a range of dining options, pools, a spa and Zarkana by Cirque du Soleil.

 

To enter, please send your answer to the following question to citcomp@haymarket.com by 12 December 2012: How frequently does Virgin Atlantic fly from London to Las Vegas?

 

For more information visit www.virgin-atlantic.com and www.arialasvegas.com

 

Terms and conditions:

Airport taxes are payable by the winner.

The prize includes a two-night stay for two in a deluxe room at Aria (double occupancy). The stay is valid until  26 October, 2013.  Check-in time is 3pm, check-out time is 11 am on day of departure. Winner and guest must be 21 years of age or older.  The prize is non-transferable and has no cash value. The prize offer expires on 26 October, 2013.

All expenses incurred by the winner and guests beyond the cost of the prize listed above are the winner’s responsibility and not the responsibility of ARIA or Virgin Atlantic. This includes (but is not limited to) taxes, extraneous items such as transportation to and from the airports, any meals during the trip (including in-room dining/room service charges), in-room mini-bar charges, phone calls, purchase of gifts or novelty items, etc. The winner will be required to present a valid major credit card or cash deposit for incidentals upon check-in at the hotel.

Airfare is not provided by ARIA. All reservations are based on availability and blackout dates apply. All prizes must be used in conjunction with your stay as part of the package. All prizes are subject to local, state and federal law and are void where prohibited by law. All local, state and federal taxes levied on the winner and guest as a result of winning the promotion are the sole responsibility of the winner and guest.

Prize winner seats are subject to availability. Tickets must be used by the winner and a companion travelling together in both directions. Tickets are non refundable, non transferable and non endorsable. The travel period cannot be extended beyond the expiry date. The tickets must be used by the expiry date (printed at the top of the winner’s letter). Once tickets have been issued they are valid for flights and dates shown only. Upgrades are not permitted with these tickets.

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