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    Sky Travel are offering a truly amazing prize to celebrate Sky.com's re-launch: You and your family could win a trip to California, taking in LA and San Francisco before jetting across the state line to Las Vegas!

    The lucky winner, and three mates, will spend the first 3 nights at the Hotel Carlton in San Francisco. It's a gorgeous, historic hotel close to the Theatre District and Union Square, just two blocks from the California Street cable car.

    Then you'll fly to Los Angeles for three nights at the Anaheim International Inn Travelodge which is within easy reach of the Disneyland Resort and where you'll enjoy a Universal Studios Hollywood VIP Tour.

    Finally it's on to Las Vegas where you'll spend three nights at the Stratosphere Hotel and Casino (24hr). It features the tallest free standing tower in America and it dominates the Las Vegas skyline. Plus you'll enjoy a complimentary helicopter night flight over the city and glass of champagne; it's guaranteed to be an amazing and unforgettable experience.

    Don't forget you can also book this and all manner of other fantastic holiday breaks away through SkyTravel.co.uk.

    To give yourself a chance of winning this fantastic prize simply tell us:

    What state is San Francisco in?

    Answer: A: California
    B: Nevada
    C: New York

    Please enter your:

    Name
    Date of Birth
    Postal Address and Postcode
    Email Address
    Daytime contact number
    With your correct answer A), B), or C).

    into the EMAIL ENTRY FORM. Good Luck!
    Alternatively send your entry, with the competition name in the subject field, to [U [email protected]bskyb.com .

    Competition closes midday 9 October 2006 - you may only enter the competition once.

    "The competition set out on this page is provided by third party promoters, for the promoter's full terms please click on the link below. Under no circumstances will British Sky Broadcasting Limited or any of its group companies be liable for any loss or damage which you may suffer as a result of or connected to your entry into any or all of the competitions."

    Terms and Conditions Apply

    Good Luck!

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    Thanks for that. :thumbsup:

    thanks great post
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