New “Priority Club Anywhere Challenge” Photo Up — Guess Today for 2000 Points (And This Thread May Contain the Correct Answer….)

Last week I outlined Priority Club’s weekly giveaway of points for naming the geographic location that ties to a photo they put up on their site.

Each Tuesday for eight weeks they’ll offer a new destination. If you guess correctly on the first day you earn 2000 Priority Club points. Each successive day they add a photo and clue, and the points reward goes down — 1500 points on the second day (Wednesday), 1000 points on the third day (Thursday), and 500 points on the fourth day (Friday).

Fortunately I can outsource my guessing to the folks over at Flyertalk, since I’m not especially good at this. (I rarely guess right when Lucky posts a photo..).

The consensus seems to be that the new photo which went up today is of the Chitwan National Park, Nepal.

Get those guesses in, folks!

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  1. Thanks – already put mine in this morning. Can anyone confirm exactly when the points are put into the accounts, and whether or not multiple different guesses accrue? I put the right answer on the 1,000 point day last week and then the incorrect answer the next day to hedge my bets. Does the second answer cancel out the first? This seems complicated. Glad I am not awarding the points!

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