Pip Publications Winner of 6 Nights Accommodation's Banyan Tree Koh Samui, Thailand

Posted on: 15th October 2014

Pip Publications – 6 Nights Accommodation's BanyanTree Koh Samui, Thailand

  • Open date: 13/06/2014 12:01
  • Close date: 31/07/2014 23:59
  • Draw date: 01/08/2014 11:00

Congratulations to Sharon Murphy of NSW who has won 6 nights’ accommodation at Banyan Tree Koh Samui, for her closest guest!

Imagine the surprise of Sharon Murphy of NSW when she got the good news that she just won the prize of a 6-night accommodation for 2 adults at Banyan Tree Koh Samui in Thailand that amounts to $5,900!

She has never won something like this, and she never really expected to travel abroad. But she has been dreaming of going to a faraway place, and this is probably the reason why she joined the contest. She took the contest with a grain of salt and never seriously thought that she can actually win it.

Murphy Tripping in ThailandFor a while she could not believe the happy dilemma she was in – on one hand, yes, she has to leave her job for several days and possibly pack in some emergency cash, but, on the other hand, she has an opportunity to travel, to live a dream, experience a once in a life time chance to go to a faraway exotic paradise. That is surely so hard for anyone to pass up.

A much desired change of pace and place and being immersed in a different but beautiful and wonderful environment is certainly most welcomed by our winner.

Banyan Tree Koh Samui is set on an exclusive beachfront along Lamai Bay. Our winner can avail of the 5-star villa accommodation with private infinity pools. She and her guest can enjoy the world-class spa, 5 dining options and free Wi-Fi to keep in touch with home.

And this exciting adventure that awaits Murphy all started when she decided to join the PIP Publications – Banyan Tree Koh Samui online contest by PIP Publications Pty Ltd that started 13/6/2014 ended 31/7/2014 and was drawn 1/08 2014. All she just had to do was go to the promotional website http://paradiseonline.com, answer, complete and submit the online entry form with all the requirements. Entrants were even allowed to send maximum of 10 entries during the promotional period.

The mechanics of the game is basically based on a game of skill which is terribly easy.  Entrants are to guess the weight of a piece of luggage provided on the competition sign-up page. The one with the closest kg and grams is the winner. And Sharon Murphy guessed it closest!

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