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Travel Competitions

Active Travel Competitions (free to enter)

Here are the best active travel competitions online. These competitions give you the chance to win free hotel stays, free flights, free activities and more. Travel competitions are some of the most popular type of online competition due to the exciting prizes that major brands offer. It isn’t just the big brands that give our freebies and prizes, up and coming holiday destinations and hotels host competitions too. 

Sign up to our email newsletter to be the first to hear about free travel competitions that you can enter to win. Winning a prize always gives an adrenaline rush but a travel competition is even more exciting due to the high prize value and the experience! 

Have you seen a competition that we have missed? Please add to the comments and we will take a look to see if it something we think that breaks.com readers would like to enter. 

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Travel Competition sites in the UK

Popular travel websites for travel competitions: National Geographic, The Telegraph, TravelWeekly.co.uk, Conde Nast Traveller, STA Travel, Lonely Planet, Wanderlust. There is also lots of competition chatter on forums and social media so we are always reading and researching for you! 

As well as highlighting the best UK travel competitions, we run our own competitions on this page. Save this page and keep checking back to give yourself the best chance of winning a travel competition this year.

We also post the offers on our social media profiles. Follow us on Twitter (@Breaks_com) and like Facebook.com/breaks.com to make sure you don’t miss a free competition! 

Recent competition examples:

Win a trip to New York

Win a holiday to Thailand

Win free flights from Ryanair

Win a weekend in Paris for 2

Win a spa weekend in Devon

Win a family break to Disney

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