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Register and Vote to enter Prize Draw

The information you enter is used solely for statistical purposes, to verify your vote(s) and enter the prize draw. There is no check box to opt-in/opt-out of receiving information from other companies because we DO NOT share your personally identifiable information with any third parties.

Complete the form below and reward the companies you feel deserve recognition. Vote in as few or as many categories as you wish, but only vote for the companies you have recently used or interacted with.

Once you have registered click the SUBMIT button to open the voting form. Cast your votes, then click the SUBMIT VOTES button at the bottom of the form. Your votes and prize draw entry will be recorded.

You can preview competing companies and the categories in which they are listed before registering.

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If you are not a UK resident or do not have a UK postcode uncheck the “I have a UK postcode” box and alternative address fields will be displayed.

The purpose of the British Travel Awards is to reflect the opinions and attitudes of consumers who purchase holidays and travel services from companies featured in the UK travel and tourism sector.

How we use your information

Once you submit your votes an auto-response email will be sent to your registered email address with your unique password. You will need to enter this password should you wish to log-in and amend/update your votes later. Please check your spam folder if our email is not delivered to your inbox.

We use the data solely for verification, to conduct research and provide anonymous reporting such as statistical analysis of the results.

By voting you do agree to receive no more than four emails per year from us about the awards programme.

Your registration will not be recorded if you leave this page without clicking the Submit button.


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If you have any queries please visit the FAQ page where the most commonly asked questions are addressed.