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Enter to Win a New Year’s Eve Staycation at Trump SoHo in NYC!

Thursday, December 18, 2014
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To say that we have “exciting news for you” is the biggest understatement of 2014, but that being said, we have REALLY EXCITING NEWS for our readers! Starting today, you can enter to win a New Year’s Eve ‘Staycation’ at the luxurious Trump SoHo hotel in NYC. This will include 2 tickets to Trump SoHo’s New Year’s Eve celebration at the hotel’s ultra chic venue, SoHi. Pop a bottle of Champagne and ring in 2015 from the 46th floor at SoHi, starting at 9 p.m! When the celebrations wind down (which won’t be until 2 a.m.), you can stay out of the cold and take the elevator back down to your room.


THE DETAILS:


– 1 Room for 2 people, valued at $1,650*


– 1 Night stay on New Year’s Eve, December 31st


– 2 Party Tickets, valued at $350 per adult*


– In-Room Veuve Clicquot Champagne amenity


– 1 Turkish Hammam spa experience


HOW TO ENTER & WIN:


It’s easy! For 12-days, starting today, until December 29th you’ll have a chance to win this incredible New Year’s Eve experience.


– Instagram a photo of your New Year’s ‘luxury’ resolution. Ex. We promise to fill our life with more beautiful things, like diamonds!


– Use the hashtag #trumpsohoavenuenye when you post it to Instagram & Twitter.


– Follow us on Instagram & Twitter @avenueinsider, and like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AVENUEinsider


Simple, right? You’ve got 12 days!


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RULES:


– You must be in New York or able to get to New York for New Year’s Eve.


– In order to be eligible, you must Instagram your resolution & follow us (on Twitter as well if you have one), and like us on Facebook! We will be drawing a winner at random on the eve of December 29th.


CLICK THROUGH OUR GALLERY TO SEE WHAT YOUR UNFORGETTABLE NEW YEAR’S EVE AT TRUMP SOHO NEW YORK WILL LOOK LIKE! 


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