Because the only thing better than taking a trip, is winning one!
Welcome to The Weekly Win!
No, we’re not giving away free trips, but lots of other people are. Since someone has to win these prizes, we figure it should be either you or us. Agreed?
Naturally, you’ll want to bookmark this page and come back often!
- Noun [kleer-ing-hous]
A central institution or agency for the collection, maintenance, and distribution of materials or information.
- Travel Sweepstakes
- Noun Plural [trav-uhl sweep-stayks]
Giveaways featuring trips, tours, gear, etc., related to traveling. Something you should be winning!
The Travel Sweepstakes Clearinghouse!
The idea behind the Clearinghouse is simple: We wanted one page with a list of shortcuts to enter any/all of the sweepstakes we find. No searching for names you can’t remember, and no surfing all over the web trying to find your way back to that one web page. You’ll find basic info here, and links to enter and to the rules. (You do read the rules, right? Yeah, us too.)
We try to keep the travel sweepstakes arranged in order of entry deadline, soonest to latest. If you have seen a travel sweepstakes not listed here, please let us know! (Details below.) Best of luck!
Let’s win our way around the world!
Enter a Travel Sweepstakes
Simon & Schuster’s Fellowship Point Getaway Sweepstakes – Ends 01 August 2022
A good book and a relaxing vacation go literally hand in hand. The publishers of Fellowship Point are hoping this will be the book you take on vacation. And they’re giving away a getaway – and book – to make that happen!
The book is Fellowship Point, the latest by Alice Elliott Dark. The getaway is a three-night stay for the winner and a guest at the I Prefer hotel rewards program participating property of their choice, subject to availability, plus a $250 American Express gift card.
Entering to win couldn’t be easier! Just complete the official entry form. Note that, by submitting your entry, you agree to receive email communications from publisher Simon and Schuster.
Enter to win holiday favorites and travel in Hallmark’s Very Merry Giveaway – Ends 26 December 2021
Strictly speaking, Hallmark’s Very Merry Giveaway is not a travel sweepstakes. However, amongst the ornaments, cozy socks, and Ugly Christmas Sweaters, there’s a chance to win a long weekend at one of three Club Wyndham resorts! Plus, who can say no to free stuff from Hallmark? Yeah…not us, either.
Did we mention the Grand Prize? The one thing that might be better than winning a trip is winning cold, hard, holiday cash! The top prize in Hallmark’s Very Merry Giveaway is $10,000. Very merry, indeed!
Enter to Win 2 Free Nights at Gaylord Hotels – Ends 31 December 2021
This travel sweepstakes can take you and a guest to a Gaylord of your choice for two nights in 2022! Note that travel to said resort is not included. Travel must be completed between January 1 and May 27, 2022, subject to blackouts and availability.
Bring Your Soul Travel Sweepstakes – Ends 1 January 2022
“Then I’m walking in Memphis. Was walking with my feet ten feet off of Beale.”
For many, a trip to Memphis, Tennessee, is more pilgrimage than travel because, as Memphians will tell you, this is where Soul comes from. You can make that pilgrimage yourself, and you can do it for next to nothing if you win the Bring Your Soul travel sweepstakes!
The contest rules are very vague: the prize is only described as “an exclusive $1,000 Memphis Soul Experience for 2022.” That could be very open to interpretation, but we suspect it’s the same as last year’s We Are Memphis travel sweepstakes: $1,000 gift card which you can use for travel expenses. Entry is easy, but with a very long entry period and unlimited entries, chances of winning are bound to be slim.
How to Add a Travel Sweepstakes
Have you entered a travel-related sweepstakes that we haven’t included? Found a travel sweepstakes you want to share? Let us know and we’ll share it with the world! Just Tweet us (@TravelLatte), stop by our Facebook page, or leave a comment here to let us know about it. You don’t need to include all of the details – we’ll find that stuff. Just let us know what it’s called, and the web page URL to enter, or get more information. Thanks in advance for sharing!
How to Bookmark This Page
- On Android: More > Star
- On iPhone: More > Add Bookmark
- In Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer: Ctrl-D
- In Safari: Cmd-D
How to Share the Winning
It’s super simple to share the good news: Just use the social sharing buttons on this page to share on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, email, or whatever app you choose!
FYI: Some travel sweepstakes invite you to share the sweepstakes to earn additional entries. Sharing this page won’t work – you need to share from their pages in order to earn those entries.
Caveat Emptor: Why You Should Always Read the Rules
For one thing, they could change between the time we find the sweepstakes and the time you enter. The chances are slim, but it could happen. There may be black-out dates or other limitations to the prize that may affect you. Be sure you’re aware of “gateway airport” requirements for international travel sweepstakes, too.
More importantly, many companies use travel sweepstakes to entice us to give them our contact information for marketing purposes. It’s not uncommon for your entry to be an opt-in for emails, snail-mails, and even phone solicitation from sponsoring companies and their partners. If you don’t like that stuff, don’t enter that sweepstakes.
Note: Sweepstakes featured in The Weekly Win are not affiliated with, administered by, or endorsed by TravelLatte. The Weekly Win is neither solicited nor compensated*. In the belief that it’s better to win a trip than to scrimp and save for one, we just thought you’d appreciate hearing about some of the travel sweepstakes we find.
Remember: Prize, entry, and drawing information in the official rules always supersedes information found here.
*Some entry links may give TravelLatte additional sweepstakes entries.
Some Common Sweepstakes Terms
If you’ve ever read through the rules that we keep saying you should, you will encounter some terms that you are not likely to hear or use in every day conversation. Let’s try to demystify some of that legaleze.
- Age of Majority
- In most cases, this is the age at which the state where you live considers you an adult, for legal purposes. If you have encountered this, it has most likely been in connection with finances (e.g.: That trust fund Gramps left you) or legal issues (e.g.: That one time when the police came). For most states, it is 18, but a few have different rules: Alabama and Nebraska set it at 19, and in Mississippi it is 21.
- Jurisdiction of Residence
- This is a double whammy. First there is your residence vs location. If you live in an Airstream for half the year, what counts is where you call home. Generally, the state on your driver’s license will suffice as proof of your residence. Your jurisdiction of residence is a little more technical, but basically it is where you pay taxes. For most of us, those places are the same.
Note: Wherever indicated (“our link”), you are following a customized entry link. When you enter though our links, we get additional sweepstakes entries. There is no compensation associated with including or promoting any of the travel sweepstakes featured in The Weekly Win.