Win a Stay for Two at the Warwick Seattle plus Tickets to the Terracotta Warriors of The First Emperor Exhibit!

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Value: $854

Ends July 23, 2017.

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The Emerald City is shining bright for one lucky one! One (1) winner and guest will spend two nights at the Warwick Seattle Hotel, plus gain access to an exclusive two-city-only historical exhibit! ($854 value) 


In a city known for setting trends, Warwick, Seattle — located in the upbeat Belltown district just blocks from the Space Needle — is leading the way when it comes to showering its city with splendor! Blending the classic charm of the Warwick name with the contemporary styling of the Emerald City, the “Warwick Seattle Hotel":http://warwickhotels.com/seattle/ boasts unique accommodations inspired by Seattle culture. The hotel is a natural fit to partner with the Pacific Science Center for the limited two-city US Terracotta Warriors of The First Emperor tour, which will feature artifacts from the first imperial dynasty of China that were unearthed during one of the most significant archeological excavations of the 20th century.

One (1) winner and their guest will receive front-of-the-line VIP access to the exhibit for FREE from April 8 to September 4 (only if the winner redeems the trip by Sept. 4) as part of this travel prize package. Additional travel prize package amenities include:

  • One room for two (2) nights, including taxes and fees

  • Daily continental breakfast for two (2)

  • 30% off dinner at Margaux Restaurant 

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

Turn your next free vacation into an unforgettable and insightful experience! Enter now!


Trip must be redeemed by 12/30/17. Exhibit tickets only available until 9/4/17. Transportation and airfare not included.