Announcing the result of our Scarlet hotel competition

On Thursday 4th February we drew the winner of our summer Scarlet hotel competition. From the thousands of valid entries received, twenty were chosen at random and placed in a "hat" (our trusty Cabeau travel pillow bag). Stuart picked out one lucky winner. 

A big congratulations to Yolanda Rugg! Although Yolanda won't be able to take up her prize right now due to the ongoing lockdown, we hope that she'll make good use of it once we are all able to move around again. And thank you to all who entered; we really appreciate all your support during this difficult time.

We'll be launching a new competition shortly, so make sure you follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/travelscoop.co.uk for the entry details. If you want to see lots more holiday and travel competitions, join our Travel Competitions Facebook Group where over 16k compers share the best competitions the UK has to offer. Good luck!


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Posted by Paul
on 1st January 2021 and
updated on 10th February 2021

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