Win Points & Gift Cards with Open the World of SPG Sweepstakes Until 9/30/2015

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Don’t forget that SPG is still running their Open the World sweepstakes which registers you to win a luxury vacation at any of their 1,200 hotels and resorts.

Registration Link: Open the World sweepstakes

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More likely you’ll instantly win one of the smaller prizes of SPG points and gift cards. There are quite a few reports of people winning 5,000 SPG points or Amazon.com gift cards.

You can enter once daily and it only take a moment. The promotion runs until 9/30/2015.

How to Play

To play all you need to do is enter your SPG account number and email address at this page.

Then you will be asked to select a device to use to unlock a door at one of SPG’s properties around the world.

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You are then asked to choose a door that will reveal one of SPG’s hotels, from here you can choose to find out if you won. The whole process only takes 30 seconds or less, so grab your morning cup of joe and enter daily.

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You can play twice per day with the same account, if you try a third time you will get a message saying that you’ve already entered two times in one day.

View the full terms & conditions here.

Canadian? Can You Do Math?

On a side note…

“If a potential Grand Prize winner is a Canadian Resident, winner must successfully answer a mathematical skill-testing question. Failure to successfully answer the question as stated will cause the prize to be forfeited.”

If you’ve played and won leave a comment below sharing what your prize was!

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