offers you vs. offers to you?

Hi, can you please take a look at the following sentence and tell me if there is a difference between ‘offers you’ and offers to you’?

‘Find out about the main benefits that Unbuntu offers to you such as efficiency, transparency…’

Many thanks,

TOEIC listening, talks: Giving information on how to register for conference[YSaerTTEW443543]

I would say not; though the preposition tends to be used where a direct object precedes the indirect object. Cf.

  1. I offered Peter a cigar.
  2. I offered a cigarette to Peter, and a hookah to Paul.
  3. I gave Emilia the key.
  4. I gave the key to Emilia.