Stay for FREE: It's all in the name

A&O Hotels and Hostels have come up with a unique gimmick to get us interested: they're giving away a  FREE weeks stay in one of their dorm rooms to people with one of the most popular first names from 1989. They've broken it up so that Sarahs and Joshuas get their free stay in different weeks: here's the arrangement:

Michael & Sarahs: Jan 4th - 10th

Christopher & Jennifers: Jan 11th - 17th

Matthew & Laurens: Jan 18th - 24th

Joshua & Amandas: Jan 25th - 31st

You don't have to be born in 1989...Just have one of the most popular names from that year, and even if you don't you're still up for a less gimmicky 10% off.

Email for availability if you're lucky enough to be a Michael or a Lauren... I always liked the name Lauren...



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