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721 thoughts on “Free Trip to Hawaii Travel Sweepstakes For May 2022”

  1. Hawaii is my happy place!!! Went in 1986 to visit my boyfriend who was stationed there and got engaged at the Hale Koa. Then returned 6 months later to spend the first 2 years of our married life together. Just retuned in 2018 with our two grown daughters and her boyfriend proposed to her on Sunset Beach. So many special memories there. Would love to go back!!! Feel so blessed to have lived and vacationed there!!

  2. Would love to be picked for any Hawaii trip. My nephew lives there and is getting married May 2020. I’m among the few that cant afford it seeing as though my husband passed away from a heart attack this past Easter. We have a 2yr old little girl and I would love to get away, surprise my nephew and show my little girl that anything is possible.

    1. I am really sorry to hear about your husband. I hope you are doing well and have all the support you need! Life is preparing something wonderful for you!! Good luck in the contests!! 🙂

  3. If my Mom recovers from cancer…we are going to Hawaii even if I have to take out a personal loan! To win would be heaven sent!

  4. Please advice if there is any chance to participate for residents of Europe? Seems there’s no opportunity at all. 🙁 Hawaii has been a dream of mine for like forever. Now it’s me, my husband and 3 kids that dream of a trip like this! Aloha! 🙂

    1. Hi Renate.

      There are very rarely contests that don’t have a geographical limitation. Not sure why, but that’s just how it is.


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