Is there a place you have always wanted to visit?
Readers who purchase a print copy of The Straits Times will get a chance to win a trip for two to the country of their choice, along with free accommodation, as part of the paper's five-week-long giveaway to reward print readers.
Other prizes include a Japanese dinner for nine worth about $10,000 and a four-month wine subscription from a three-Michelin-starred sommelier.
Starting tomorrow, readers can enter the giveaway by keying in a passcode from the paper's Life section on this website. Each copy will have a different code, and unlimited entries are allowed.
Each Saturday, winners will be selected from a lucky draw and the results will be published on Sunday. The number of winners and prizes will vary each week.
This week's prize is 10 pairs of VIP tickets to the Singapore Coffee Festival.
The grand prize, available five weeks from now, is a pair of round-trip flights to any destination in the world, and a 10-night stay at a hotel of the winner's choice, capped at $250 a night.
Straits Times deputy editor Ignatius Low said: "Our print readers have been some of the newspaper's most loyal supporters and we want to reward them with some amazing travel and dining giveaways. If I got two tickets to anywhere in the world, I'd go to Reykjavik to see the Northern Lights!"
Only copies of the newspaper from home subscriptions and retail newsstands will contain the giveaway passcode.
Registered participants who do not win in the weekly draw will automatically qualify for the subsequent week's draw.