all-expenses-paid

all-expenses-paid

adj
(of a holiday, trip, etc) free, with everything paid for
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The Chill Factor event at Tiger Tiger in Newcastle on Saturday will lead to one adventurer getting the chance to go on an all-expenses-paid journey to the South Pole.
TVG, the American racing network, is offering a tantalising prospect for its wagering account holders - home or away - by staging a sweepstake that has an all-expenses-paid date with Lisa Dergan at the Breeders' Cup as the prize.
The finalists will be treated to an all-expenses-paid trip to an awards ceremony in London.
The scholarship winner will roar away with an all-expenses-paid motor racing season with full support from Tim Sugden Motorsport, who will run the car.
The M&S chief - who says he knows nothing about fashion - lives in an all-expenses-paid flat overlooking Regents Park in London.
The grand prize is an all-expenses-paid trip to New York to meet Philbin and watch the real show being taped.
The 40 finalists will journey to Washington, D.C., on March 5 to participate in a five-day, all-expenses-paid Science Talent Institute, in which they will meet with leading scientists and tour local scientific institutions.
The 38-year-old had sexy Natassia "Scarlet" Malthe (below) flown out to New York from LA to join him for an all-expenses-paid weekend trip.
The 15-year-old from Gosforth has again clinched an all-expenses-paid trip to the Lawn Tennis Association's winter training base at La Manga in Spain next month, after finishing in the top five of the prestigious tournament's under-16 competition.
* an all-expenses-paid trip for three students and one adult leader to SeaWorld Orlando for an awards event
Another Racing Post reader celebrating an all-expenses-paid trip to the Festival is Matthew Stiebig.
A BOY who won an all-expenses-paid trip to the London Aquarium has thanked the big sister who helped him win, by deciding to take her along with him.