Alaska Airlines Scavenger Hunt In Seattle October 10


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Alaska Airlines is inviting Washington state residents to a scavenger hunt in Seattle on Friday where five grand prize winners will “land a test drive in our state-of-the-art Boeing 737 flight simulator — along with two round trip tickets from Seattle to any of Alaska’s more than 100 destinations in North America, including Mexico and Hawaii.” Alaska goes on to say “If you are the runner-up at any location, you’ll be invited to take a ride aboard a delivery flight on one of our new aircraft next year. With a special departure from Boeing Field, you’ll cruise around and see the Pacific Northwest like never before.”
Screen Shot 2014-10-08 at 3.11.25 AMHere’s how it works –

    1. Follow us on Twitter, or Instagram and keep your eyes peeled for clues starting at 6 a.m. PT this Friday, Oct. 10. We will post five hints that will lead to favorite local spots around Seattle and the Puget Sound.
    2. Solve the clue and be the first person at each location and say “Seattle’s Airline” and you’ll land a test drive in our state-of-the-art Boeing 737 flight simulator — along with two round trip tickets from Seattle to any of Alaska’s more than 100 destinations in North America, including Mexico and Hawaii. We’ll post the next clue within one hour of announcing a location’s winner.
    3. We aren’t stopping there. If you are the runner-up at any location, you’ll be invited to take a ride aboard a delivery flight on one of our new aircraft next year. With a special departure from Boeing Field, you’ll cruise around and see the Pacific Northwest like never before.

“Keys to the Sky” scavenger hunt official rules can be found here.

Bottom Line:

This is a cool contest on the part of Alaska Airlines, and Delta ran a similar scavenger hunt last year in New York City where you had to find the Red Coat based on clues.  If you’re a resident of Washington state, and can race around Seattle Friday morning, it’s a pretty good way to try and win two round trip tickets on Alaska Airlines.

 

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