L.A. Traveler Ticket Giveaway [Updated]

[Contest is Closed, Congratulation to the winners.]

Greetings fellow travelers! Today is the last day to participate in order to win FREE tickets to the LA Times Travel & Adventure Show.

Are you interested in going to the biggest travel show in the West? Now you can go for FREE just by telling us about your favorite Los Angeles destination, secret landmark or neighborhood. Just share your favorite Los Angeles location with us in the comments below to enter to win a pair of tickets to the L.A. Times Travel & Adventure Show.

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The L.A. Times Travel & Adventure Show features over 500 exhibitors, trip giveaways, cultural entertainment and hundreds of show-only specials. KCET and the Los Angeles Times have partnered to bring you 25 pairs of tickets so that you can hear from your favorite travel experts Samantha Brown, Arthur Frommer, Huell Howser, Johnny Jet, Andrew McCarthy, and Rick Steves. (Learn more.)

All you have to do to enter is leave a comment below telling us about your ideal L.A. adventure, whether it's in the hills of Hollywood, the beaches of Santa Monica, the streets of Van Nuys, or the corners of Downtown. Every Wednesday and Friday between now and March 16th we'll be giving away 8 tickets to randomly selected posters who share their stories. (Make sure that a valid email is associated with your comment. We will be sending winners an email with a confirmation code and instructions for how to print their tickets.)

If you don't want to leave a story, you can also save $3 off regular admission with the promo code KCET.

Good luck!

Event Details:
The Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015

The annual Los Angeles Times Travel & Adventure Show will be held Saturday & Sunday, March 19 & 20, 2011

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