Gogo was generous to donate Gogo wifi internet session cards to Points, Miles & Martinis to give away to readers like you. As a result we are running a limited time give away (today only) to award 15 lucky winners a single use internet session card from Gogo.
In addition, Gogo now offers 15% off a 24 hour internet pass. The pass must be pre-purchased before your flight on any of their partner airlines. It’s simple, go to their website, purchase a pass, earn 15% off the cost of the pass and then use your pre-purchased pass on any wifi enabled partner airline.
How To Get 15% Off Gogo
15% Off 24 Hour Pass Details
- Get 15% off when you purchase Gogo wifi before you fly
- Get online on any Gogo equipped flight, and on any partner airline
- Enjoy quick easy sign-in with pre-purchased pass
- The pass starts when you sign in and is good for 24 hours
The 24 hour pass may be great option, especially if you are taking
a mileage run multiple flights within a 24 hour period.
How To Enter For A Chance At 1 Of 15 Free Gogo Wifi Passes
All you have to do to enter is:
- Tweet to @WeeklyFlyer and @Gogo the following:
- Name of the Gogo airline partner and destination you would like to use the Gogo wifi pass
- I could use a Gogo wifi pass on American Airlines on my way to LAX
Give Away Details
- Must enter to win by 7 AM EST Tuesday May 15, 2012
- 15 winners will be selected at random from valid entries
- Tweets must include both twitter handles in the tweet to be considered a valid entry
- Each winner will be awarded one card good for free Gogo wifi internet session
- The winning cards are good for single use internet session onboard a Gogo enabled airline partner
- The Gogo wifi card will expire on 12/31/2012
- Limit one entry per contestant
- Subject to terms and conditions at gogoair.com/terms
What if I don’t have a twitter account?
Don’t worry, there will be more Free Gogo wifi cards given away. Alternatively you could sign up for twitter and follow us @weeklyflyer.
Gogo wifi internet access has changed the way I spent my time in the air. A lot of frequent travelers could say it is a blessing and a curse. A blessing because they can now be on the grid and productive in flight, and a curse because they now have to be on the grid and productive in flight.
Good luck and thanks for reading Points, Miles & Martinis.