To Europe! Book Giveaway

Posted by Fodor's Editors on May 17, 2010 at 9:00:00 AM EDT | Post a Comment
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Congratulations to this week's winners:

  • @bermudaonion
  • Deborah C.
  • Paula M.
  • Valerie T.
  • Darren C.

Our editors will be contacting you shortly with details on how to claim your prize. Be sure to check back tomorrow for next week's giveaway.

With the launch of Fodor's To Europe!, we're giving away 5 copies each week of a popular Random House book set in Europe. To enter, read the "this week's giveaway" section below. And don't forget to check out Fodor's To Europe!, an online tool with over 60 European itineraries covering 25 countries and countless destinations, for a chance to win a cruise for two from Amsterdam to Switzerland.

This Week's Giveaway

We're giving away 5 copies of The Sweet Life in Paris by David Lebovitz.

For your chance to win, tweet the name of your favorite France itinerary from the Fodor's To Europe! promotion at @fodorstravel or email us at talkback@fodors.com.

The Rules

  • Offer applies to U.S. residents 18 years or older only
  • One free book will be awarded to each of five randomly-selected participants
  • Offer expires at 11:59 PM on Saturday, May 15
  • Limit one entry per person, per weekly giveaway (multiple email addresses and twitter accounts not allowed)
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Member Comments (3)  Post a Comment

  • Susan__H Fodor's editor on May 17, 10 at 04:46 PM

    OceanBreeze1 and KayF -- Thanks for your comments. Rest assured, Fodor's is about the world, not just one country. Our company, however, is based in the United States, and our all of our contests/sweepstakes are governed by U.S. law. It's nothing again Canadians or residents of any other country! Everyone is most welcome on our site.

  • KayF on May 14, 10 at 04:34 PM

    It's a shame we can't all enter, Fodors is supposed to be all about the world, not just one country.

  • OceanBreeze1 on May 13, 10 at 12:29 PM

    Just wondering.... why is this restricted to US residents only? What about Canada & other countries?

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