Anglophile Alert: Win a Trip to the UK from Good Housekeeping Magazine

Good Housekeeping has launched a new sweepstakes that’s offering a free trip to the UK as a prize to help promote the release of The Iron Lady on DVD. You can choose to take your prize to London or Manchester.

The prize includes:

One (1) prize winner will receive an Iron Lady UK Trip package, described as a trip for winner and guest to the UK which includes the following prizes (a) two roundtrip coach airfare tickets from major airport nearest winner’s residence on American Airlines to England (Manchester or London), ARV: $3,000, (b) six night hotel stay (one room, double occupancy) at any Hilton Double Tree Hotel in the UK, ARV: $1,800 (c) a tour of the Manchester Town Hall, ARV: $19. Total ARV of all prizes awarded to prize winner: $ 4,819 (actual approximate retail value may vary depending on the cost of travel accommodations and location of winners’ residence).

The contest is open to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia ages 18 years or older at the time of entry. Void in Puerto Rico and where prohibited by law.

You have until June 8th 2012 to enter – so enter soon!

They want you sign up for a free trial subscription to the magazine to qualify to enter – but there’s a link at the top of the form that let’s you bypass that requirement.

Anglotopia Contest Disclaimer – PLEASE READ – before you email us and complain about the contest please understand that we are NOT running this contest NOR are we affiliated with it in anyway. We are merely providing the information that this contest exists.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO ENTER!


Comments

  1. avatarBetsey Jung Owens says

    I saw The Iron Lady in the theatre with my daughter and she bought the DVD as soon as it came out for me! I saw Mrs. Thatcher many years ago and was very impressed with her.

  2. avatarR A says

    Thanks for the heads up about entering without signing up for a subscription.

    The ANNOYING this is that after you have entered this comes up:

    “Your information has been saved and an account has been created for you giving you full access to everything goodhousekeeping.com and Hearst Digital Media Network offer. Your username and password have been assigned below. If you would like to change or edit your profile, click here. ”

    If you click too fast you might not even notice this. There is a “deactivate” link at the bottom of the text.

  3. avatar says

    I LOVED LONDON ABOUT 20 YEARS AGO AS A EXCHANGE STUDENT HAS LOTS OF FUN DURING THE EVENING HOURS CLUBS , ETC . I REALLY MISS THE
    JOYS OF ENGLISH LIFE AND THE SCENIC COUNTYSIDE . I GUESS I ‘LL TRY TO BE THERE FOR OLYMPIC GAMES .

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