TravelHotels.com to Give Away 53 Hotel Rooms to Super Bowl Fans

22:10  16 january  2019
22:10  16 january  2019 Source:   travelpulse.com

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The hotel booking giant wants to give Super Bowl fans a romantic room to make "Big Game Babies" following the big game.

A hotel chain is giving away 53 free hotel rooms in celebration of the 2019 Super Bowl , in the hopes of sparking romance between football fans . To make sure fans really get in the mood, hotels . com has also provided a “sultry Big Game Babymaking playlist” which features everything from Mariah

Hotels.com to Give Away 53 Hotel Rooms to Super Bowl Fans© Hotels.com Hotels.com is giving away 53 hotel rooms to celebrate post-Super Bowl romance.(photo via Hotels.com) Hotels.com is giving away 53 free hotel rooms on February 3 in celebration of the Super Bowl, in the hopes of sparking some romance between loving couples and football fans.

Baby booms have occurred after major sports victories, and Hotels.com wants to supply the hotel room for your “Big Game baby.”

Katie Junod, general manager of the Hotels.com brand in North America said, "This is our way of getting in on the game-day action. Whether fans grow their own team with a Big Game baby or just want to celebrate their team's victory, Hotels.com is here to help."

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As advertisers prepare for the Super Bowl , Hotels . com has a unique promotion that will offer 53 free hotel rooms for couples to “make a baby.” Action Network HQ’s Sports Business Reporter Darren Rovell, posted about the hotel reservation website’s Super Bowl promotion, which asked customers

Hotels . com is trying to make Super Bowl Sunday as romantic as Valentine’s Day by giving away 53 hotel rooms for free (up to 0 room value) following the Super Bowl in the hopes of helping couples celebrate the Big Game with a getaway, potentially growing their family . . . and team.

After the Super Bowl on February 3, fans have 24 hours to visit www.BigGameBabies.com, and enter for a chance to win a one-night hotel stay. The 53 winners will be chosen at random and will be able to book one night at a hotel for up to $250 through Hotels.com and try for that Big Game baby (or not).

And if you don’t win the free baby-making Super Bowl rooms, Hotels.com has created a “Big Game Babymaking” Spotify playlist with songs by Marvin Gaye, Miguel, Aerosmith, Beyonce, Bon Jovi, and Bruno Mars to get you and your partner in the mood to score your own touchdown wherever you are.

While Hotels.com is marketing this hotel-winning sweepstake around "Super Bowl Babies," they do remind winners that “they will not be required to disclose if any babies were conceived as a result of the Big Game Babies contest; however, it would be awesome if they did.”

And for that matter, winners don’t even have to be in baby-making mode to enter the contest. As they said, “If you don't want to make a Big Game baby and just want to get your celebration on, that's cool too.”

So whether you’re in the mood to expand your family’s team or just want to “go all the way,” don’t forget to check out www.BigGameBabies.com and enter to win, as you just might be able to celebrate your Super Bowl team’s win in a swanky hotel.

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