A hotel booking website will give you a free $15,000 honeymoon — if you mention its name in your wedding vows

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Hotels.com is sponsoring one lucky couple’s lavish honeymoon in exchange for a shout-out during their wedding vows.

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  • Hotels.com is sponsoring one lucky couple’s lavish honeymoon in exchange for a shout-out during their wedding vows.
  • The travel company will award the winning newlyweds with $15,000 to put toward their romantic getaway.
  • To enter, couples must film themselves mentioning Hotels.com before they say “I do” and post it to a public Instagram or Twitter account.
  • You can enter the contest from August 15 to September 23 and winners will be notified by October 1.
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Travel booking company Hotels.com is offering to finance a lavish honeymoon for one lucky couple, but it comes with a lifelong catch.

In exchange for $15,000 to spent on their romantic getaway, the newlyweds will need to find a way to incorporate Hotels.com into their wedding vows.

Yes, really.

You can get $15,000 for your honeymoon if you mention Hotels.com in your vows.
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Hotels.com is calling on couples to film themselves mentioning the brand before they say “I do” and then post the videos to their public Twitter or Instagram accounts. Viable entries must tag @hotelsdotcom in the post and include the hashtag #HotelsSponConVows, according to the official rules for the sweepstakes.

Judges will select the winners based on “creativity and originality,” according to the rules, and the winning couple will have 48 hours to respond after they are contacted.

You can enter the contest from August 15 to September 23. Winners will be notified via email by October 1 at the latest.

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