Holiday in Paradise Sweepstakes | KCET
Holiday in Paradise Sweepstakes
This sweepstakes is now closed. We would like to thank everyone who entered!
How would you like a Holiday in Paradise?
Can you picture yourself lying on a beach with powdery white sand between your toes … gazing at crystal-blue water … without a care in the world?
Inspired by the beautiful Caribbean scenery in our popular program Death in Paradise – now in its seventh season on KCET – this special “build your own vacation” prize will allow you to work with KCET’s travel agent to create your ideal trip to your very own Paradise.
KCET is offering a chance to enter a very special giveaway for a dream vacation … a 7-night Caribbean cruise for two, including round trip airfare from LAX.
We want your name to be in the running for this once-in-a-lifetime Holiday in Paradise! Don’t delay. Donate by May 10 and you’ll be automatically entered for a chance to win!*
*No donation necessary. I understand that my gift will not improve my chances of winning. For complete rules and other methods of entry, click here.
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