WIN a Fantastic Trip for Two to New York for New Year by 6pm Tonight; Two Great Jet Away Prizes Worth [Pounds Sterling]13,000 Each

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WIN a Fantastic Trip for Two to New York for New Year by 6pm Tonight; Two Great Jet Away Prizes Worth [Pounds Sterling]13,000 Each


TODAY we are giving away a trip of a lifetime to two lucky Mail on Sunday readers - a luxury break to New York over the New Year worth more than [pound]13,000 each!

Each of our lucky winners and a companion will fly Upper Class from Heathrow to New York on December 30 with Virgin Atlantic and stay at the W New York hotel or the W New York - Times Square.

Included in the prize is champagne on arrival at the hotel, a New Year's Eve dinner with wine or champagne and breakfast in bed each morning. They will fly back to Heathrow on January 2.

Flying Virgin Atlantic Upper Class is the ultimate seamless travel experience with luxurious pre-flight service and unrivalled onboard facilities.

W Hotels is the world's fastest growing hotel brand while the W New York - Times Square is the city's first new hotel since September 11. Opening later this month, it will be New York's fifth W hotel.

For your chance to win, call 0901 111 0167 and leave your name and telephone number where you can be contacted between 6pm and 7pm tonight. Calls cost 25p. Or fax your entry to 0870 909 0117 or email your details to: newyork@mos.entries.co.uk Only one email per person.

Entries must be received by 5.59 pm tonight. The winners will be the first two entries drawn at random after the competition closes and will be contacted by The Mail on Sunday between 6pm and 7pm tonight.

Prizes are non-transferable.

Winners will stay in a de luxe suite at the W New York hotel or an urban suite at the W New York - Times Square.

Winners and guests must travel on the same flight and will be responsible for their visa, passport and insurance requirements plus travel to and from Heathrow. Prizes do not include taxes, fees, charges and surcharges. Once a booking has been confirmed no changes are permitted. If a booking is cancelled no alternative tickets will be issued and no compensation and/or refund will be made. Winners will abide by and be subject to Virgin Atlantic's published Terms and Conditions of Carriage, available from Virgin Atlantic Airways, The Office, Manor Royal, Crawley RH10 9NU. …

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