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Travel like a bachelorette – for free

Posted by Paul Kandarian  July 15, 2011 07:39 AM

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If you’re a fan of ABC’s “The Bachlorette,” or even if you’re not, you can enter a contest to win a trip to Thailand, one site of shooting for this season’s show. The Thailand portion is of the contest is sponsored by the Tourism Authority of Thailand and participating properties. There are four grand prizes in all, with an eight-day “Romantic Escape to Thailand” among them. Other top prizes are nine days in Fiji, five days in Taiwan, and seven days at any Conrad Hotels and Resorts property in the world. 

Ten people not lucky enough to win the top prizes each get a merchandise gift bag, valued at $2,450 each, full of clothes, accessories and other stuff bachelors receive on the show which, if you’re a female winning one, you presumably can give to the man in your life. To enter, visit http://abc.go.com/shows/the-bachelorette/sweepstakes The contest ends Aug. 7.

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