NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 03/25/13 -- Leading travel website CheapOair announced today its latest Facebook contest, 'Sin City Madness,' which will give fans the opportunity to win a trip for two to Las Vegas. The contest asks fans of CheapOair's Facebook page to take their best guess at the final scores of the annual NCAA college basketball tournament.
The contest starts on Monday, March 25. Fans can submit what they think will be the total combined points of the final three games: two national semi-finals and the national championship game. The person who guesses closest without going over will win two roundtrip tickets to Las Vegas, courtesy of Spirit Airlines, and a two-night stay at the Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.
Like any sporting event, CheapOair has devised rules in the event of a tie. To serve as a tie breaker, CheapOair will ask contestants to also submit the total number of points they think will be scored in just the first half of the national championship game, without going over. In case of a second tie, CheapOair will coordinate a coin toss between the finalists to determine the ultimate winner.
The submission period ends on April 6, 2013 at 2:00PM EDT. The final winner will be announced via Facebook on April 9, 2013.
To enter the contest, visit CheapOair on Facebook and click the 'Sin City Madness' tab.
CheapOair is a travel business that serves customers both online and with telephone travel specialists. CheapOair is a supplier of cheap flights, hotel reservations, car rentals and cheap vacation packages. Offering value and convenience to savvy shoppers looking for affordable, one-stop travel solutions, CheapOair's portfolio of products includes millions of airfares on over 450 global airlines, 100,000 negotiated hotels and vacation packages, and car rentals. CheapOair is now available anywhere via the CheapOair Android, iPhone, Windows and the CheapOair mobile site.
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