Win a Luxury Holiday to New York with The Flight Centre – EXPIRED

Win a Holiday to New York.

The Flight Centre UK have teamed up with Virgin Atlantic and are offering the opportunity for a lucky person to win a luxury holiday to New York, this is a 3 night holiday prize for two people.

The Prize.

Included in this prize are;

Return Upper Class flights  with Virgin Atlantic from London Heathrow to New York.

Return Chauffeur Transfers to the airport in the UK and in New York City.

Three nights accommodation in a Deluxe room at the Bryant Hotel centrally located in New York City.

Closing Date.

The closing date for this competition is 31st March 2015.

Who Can Enter. 

You must be 18 or over to enter this competiton and a resident of the UK, ROI, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man. Employees of the Flight Centre are unable to enter this competition.

How To Enter.

To be in for a chance to win a holiday to New York all you need to do is click on the green button below,

This will take you to the free on-line competition website where you will be required to answer some questions by clicking on the red tabs and entering your details one of the questions is;

Who is the Founder of Virgin Atlantic?

I suggest you answer – Richard Branson.

ith a bit of luck, your name will be picked out as the lucky person to win a holiday to New York.


free online competition to win a trip to New York with The Flight Centre ends 31st March 2015


Terms and Conditions

Before entering I suggest that you read the competition terms and conditions that can be found by underneath the entry questions on the flight centre website.

Other Related Competitions with Free Entry.

Look at other opportunities to win holidays, take a look at the competitions in my other pages.

Win a Holiday to India Closes 8/4/15

Win a Trip to New York Closes 6/4/15

Good Luck and Please Tell your Friends.

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