Win A SMD4 Seat With Randy Petersen Giveaway

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BoardingArea is giving away a seat to the StarMegaDo4 to two lucky winners. The schedule of the event will take the winner from San Francisco to Houston to Chicago on board a chartered jet. This is the ultimate field trip for frequent flyers. The events will provide inside access and as many tips about points and miles that you can handle. This is one of your chances to get in on the trip for free, courtesy of BoardingArea.

How To Enter

You must reply to this post with your email address in the comment sections to be eligible. Answer the following question when leaving a comment in this official entry post.

What is the best travel nugget for a person just learning about traveling using points and miles?

  • It could be anything from earning points to saving points to traveling better.
  • {insert your answer in the comment section}


For additional chances to win, check out the other participating blogs here.

Prize & How To Win

The seat giveaway gift from Randy Petersen consists of one economy ticket on the 2012 StarMegaDo4, hotel accommodations at partner hotels, and $250 cash for personal expenses. Expenses not specified above, including, but not limited to ground transportation and incidentals, are winner’s responsibility.

Two (2) winners will be chosen in a random drawing on Monday, October 8, 2012 from all eligible entries received during the Giveaway Period, as posted in the comments section of participating BoardingArea.com partnering blogs. The random drawing will be conducted by Randy Petersen, whose decision is final and binding in all respects. The winner will be notified via email within two (2) days after the selection is made. Each winner will have five (5) business days to reply confirming his/her acceptance of the giveaway seat. Failure to reply in the indicated time frame will declare that the seat has been refused and forfeited for all time and the first alternative entry will be chosen in random drawings as outlined above and provided the opportunity to claim the seat giveaway.

Official Rules

The full official rules can be found here. *Entrants are limited to one submission per participating blog.

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Comments

  1. Not all (often, most) award availability is listed on the airline’s website, especially for partner airlines!

  2. Take the time to email bloggers directly when you have a question – after reading all the prior comments, of course!

  3. Brief layovers can be your friend! Connecting flights less than 500 miles from your final destination are a great way to boost your overall mileage.

  4. Make sure you concentrate your earning as much as possible to one program, and always have your card on you!

  5. Subscribe to all of your tried-and-true travel bloggers here. You will find out SO much about the world of accruing miles and points for fantastic travels. Go on a MegoDo to meet them too! Thanks for the contest.

  6. DON’T get cards that just give you money to spend on airline tickets – get cards from which you can transfer points TO the airline’s Frequent Flyer program!!!

  7. Have a good system in place to keep tabs on all the points (whether it be an online program or a simple Excel chart.)
    And, follow the blogs for the latest in amazing deals!

  8. Sign up for every program that you can. You just never know when that point/mile account number will make the difference.

  9. embrace credit cards (no debit cards allowed) only if you can pay it off each month

  10. Never leave points on the table, and look to maximize your spend efficiently by using the right credit cards.

  11. For each category of spending (restaurant/gas/travel), figure out which credit card offers the best miles/points and use appropriately.

  12. Focus activity on one airline alliance, even if that occasionally entails less convenient routings.

  13. When booking award tickets, always see about adding further destinations on to your ticket. The mileage required may even be less than the amount required for a shorter trip!

  14. I shared tips on spending miles with a stranger last flight last week. We have become friends and found out that we have something in common in term of research/work!

  15. Take advantage of a decent credit card sign up bonus and use that card for business expenses until you meet the minimum spend requirement

  16. Do not be afraid to diversify your portfolio of points and miles. You never know when a few points in that oddball program might come in handy.

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