The official holiday for marijuana enthusiasts is right around the corner as it is celebrated each year on April 20th.

In honor of the day, Hotels.com is offering to pay for the snacks of twenty lucky travelers who book a stay on 4/20.

‘You’ve got the munchies? We’ve got the money … we call it munchie money!’ the company said in a new press release.

The release goes on to read, “With more and more travelers looking for fun ways to celebrate, Hotels.com wants to make this 4/20 extra special. That’s why this month Hotels.com is helping travelers who have booked a stay on April 20, 2021, to vibe out in style. Yes, you read that right — you can go crazy on an all-out, munchies-fueled hotel room service order and we’ll foot the entire bill.”

The contest will allow twenty patrons to win who have booked a stay on 4/20. They will win a $200 VISA gift card, a reward night in their Hotels.com account, VIP gold status for a full year, and late checkout to help them sleep off that food coma.

For a chance to win, users need only share their hotel reservation confirmation to munchiehotels@hotels.com between today and 4:20 a.m. ET on April 20, 2021.

The company is even allowing reservations from other travel services. “To be blunt, we know the cravings will come no matter where you booked, that’s why Hotels.com is accepting booking confirmations from any property or online travel service!” reads the release.

“The perks included as part of this Munchie Money deal are truly the culmination of all the best aspects of being a Hotels.com rewards member,” said Jennifer Dohm, Head of PR and Communications, North America.

“From late checkout to a bonus night stay, only Hotels.com allows you to get rewarded just for reserving a stay. Getting your massive room service spread covered doesn’t hurt either!”

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