Stay A Night, Get Two Free Movie Tickets And A Trip To Scotland*

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Hilton Garden Inn and Disney Pixar are bringing you the world, or at least Scotland, in a joint promotion to promote Hilton and Disney Pixar’s newest release, Brave.
Here are the details:

Your journey is about to begin.

Stay a weekend night at a Hilton Garden Inn between May 18 and July 15, 2012, and you’ll get two FREE children’s tickets to see Disney•Pixar’s Brave in your local theater.

You’ll also be automatically entered for a chance to win a trip for four to Scotland – including airfare, hotel and spending money.*

Book your Hilton Garden Inn stay here.

More details and fine print can be found here.

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Debra Schroeder

Debra is a former 12-year travel industry executive and has traveled the world using airline miles and credit card points since 1994. She'll teach you the secrets of traveling well for less.

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