Dueling Delta Giveaway – Tumi Amenity Kit Giveaway


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I really like when I get an airline amenity kit that can be reused, especially when it is nice quality. Some airlines offer great amenity kits that can be reused. For example, American Airlines offers a really cool First Class Amenity kit that can double as an iPad case. But other airlines offer amenity kits that are difficult to reuse due to lack of quality. I’d throw in my experience with Singapore Air’s Business Class amenity kit and Air Seychelles amenity kit. They are more tokens than a reusable kit.

But Delta has recently announced their new Tumi Amenity Kit and it has been well received. There are even reports that it’s going for some serious money over on ebay. In addition to being really cool fabric and a good enough size to reuse, it comes with MALIN+GOETZ products like lip moisturizer and hand / body moisturizer. The black Tumi eye shades are great as well. Lastly, it includes a Delta Plastic (Metal-look) pen, ear plugs, facial tissue & hand wipe, shoe polish & shoe horn, toothbrush, Crest complete toothpaste 24g & dental floss, an unbreakable Comb, and grippe socks.

How To Enter For Chance To Win Tumi Amenity Kit

To enter simply leave a comment answering the following question:

  • What is the best way you’ve reused an airline amenity kit?
    • Example “I’ve reused an airline amenity kit to store my laptop cord and mouse”

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Giveaway Details

  • One entry per person
  • Winner will be randomly selected on Friday afternoon
  • Winner will receive the Tumi bag and remaining un-used items in the amenity kit (used eye mask, and a few other items not included)

Bottom Line

I welcome Delta’s new amenity kit. I like the style and the size is almost just right. Consider entering our contest by leaving a comment in this post.

Also, enter our Twitter giveaway today for a chance to win an iGo Noise Canceling headset!

For another chance to win, head on over to Delta Points blog to enter his amenity kit giveaway.

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Comments

  1. I have used mine for years for storing all my travel cords/charges…perfect size and shape for coiled cords. Have also given several away for travel kits when guests come to visit.

  2. Hi, I re-configured the kits I get as a “Bug-out-bag” for the various developing world areas that I visit for my work. Has a copies of my identifications in ziploc, map(s) of that locations to my embassy, a spare battery of the make of the phone I use, some cash etc. etc. 🙂 I add a Snickers bar and have a 500ml bottle of water next to it. I also have one as a fast 1st aid kit, for some of the “outdoor” situations that I find myself at. Love my job, but need to be prepare for various possible scenarios. Cheers!

  3. I use the red cylinder one to store my nested travel hair curlers. They are a perfect fit!!

  4. I’ve never had a Tumi amenities kit, but if I did, it would be my daily reminder to give myself a gift each day (Tu-mi!), and it would have something that would make me smile as the day started to lag, or if there was a difficulty to overcome. M&M’s and a picture of my wife and son come to mind (not necessarily in that order)!

  5. I used mine to make a first aid kit that can be stowed in luggage, the car, taken on the go and had family and friends ask for me to make them one of their own.

    I also used one to make an emergency kit, filled with all of the little things you’d need should you be stuck in a car, hurricane, natural disaster or stranded on a roadway or even an airport.

    I’ve found many great uses for these bags and would love to get another to make another great kit.

    Thanks kindly.

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