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You Could Spend a Night in the Eiffel Tower — for Free. Here’s How

May 27, 2016
by Jamie Cattanach
Staff Writer
trip to paris

Ah, Paris.

Strolls along the Seine. Espresso paired with fluffy, fresh croissants for petit déjeuner every single day. And, of course, lots and lots of fantastic wine.

Although I haven’t been yet, Paris is one of my dream destinations. And obviously, the Eiffel Tower is high on my list of things to see once I get there.

And as it turns out, I might actually have a chance to spend quite a bit of time there. A whole night, in fact.

Win a Free Trip to Paris from HomeAway

That’s right: HomeAway is giving one lucky winner (and five of their favorite people) a free night’s stay in their posh Eiffel Tower apartment.

You’ll also get a free dinner and breakfast tower-side, as well as three extra nights in Paris at a different HomeAway vacation rental. Oh, and airfare. C’est magnifique!

Even better? It’s really easy to enter.

Want to Try Your Luck?

To enter the contest, all you need to do is head over to this page and provide HomeAway your personal information and email address.

You need to be over the age of 18 to enter… but if you’re not quite there yet, maybe ask a parent or a friend. I mean, who doesn’t want a free trip to Paris?

The form also asks you for a tweet-length explanation of what you’d do if you won — not a hard subject to fantasize 140 characters about.

Agree to their terms and conditions, click submit, and figure out how you’re going to pick five friends and family members without seriously ticking off everyone you know.

And if I were you, I’d hurry. Everyone at TPH headquarters has already entered their name, and now we’re busy coming up with pseudonyms… 😉

Bonne chance!

Your Turn: Will you enter HomeAway’s contest to win a free night’s stay in the Eiffel tower? Who would you bring if you won?

Jamie Cattanach (@jamiecattanach) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. Her creative writing has been featured in “DMQ Review,” “Sweet: A Literary Confection” and elsewhere.

by Jamie Cattanach
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