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Stash Hotel Rewards, the independent and boutique hotel reward program with hotels in the U.S., Hawaii, Caribbean and Panama has launched their first ever Travel Writing Competition called ‘Travel Less Ordinary’

To enter you simply have to write an essay of up to 500 words about an unforgettable trip within the U.S.. Easy as that. Some little extra rules are that it is only open to U.S. residents and you have until February 15th to enter!


What are the prizes?  The grand prize is 20,000 Stash Rewards Points while 2nd and 3rd place receive 15,000 points each!

What can those points get you? Here is an example:

  • A free night’s stay at The Essex Resort and Spa in Vermont = 6,043 points (searched on 1/6)
  • A free night’s stay at Tower 23, a beachfront property in San Diego = 15,870 points (searched on 1/6)
  • A free night’s stay at Park South Hotel, a glamorous boutique in NYC = 11,916 points (searched 1/6)

 Now you see one of those exceeds the 15,000 points for second or third place however if you haven’t even joined Stash Hotel Rewards yet you can do so with our exclusive link that awards you 1,000 points just for joining. There you go. Now if you win, you’ll have at least 16,000 points!  You can earn even more points for things like referring friends, updating your profile and of course the most important one, staying at hotels that participate in the Stash Hotel Rewards program. You can find more details on these offers on our Stash Rewards page.

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