Win Briggs & Riley @Work Bag – Comment To Enter

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Points, Miles & Martinis has teamed up with Briggs & Riley to give our readers another chance to win a bag from Briggs & Riley’s @Work collection.

A few weeks ago we gave our readers the chance to win a Briggs & Riley TORQ collection bag. There were many entries and one winner was announced.

Briggs & Riley @Work Giveaway

We are giving away a bag from the @Work™ collection to one lucky winner. The winner will be allowed to select one bag from the @Work™ collection which features:

  • SpeedThru pocket allows for a hassle-free trip through TSA checkpoints. Avoid grey bins and store your personal belongings in this quick-access pocket
  • Backed by the Briggs & Riley unbeatable warranty
  • The interior multi-pocket organizer lets you easily arrange and access your files and mobile devices
  • @work cases, briefs and backpacks are designed to perfectly complement and take full advantage of the design features of your Briggs & Riley Baseline luggage
  • @work is designed for today’s fast-paced business world, with an elegant edge for the multi-tasking professional


How To Enter

Leave a comment in this official entry post by Friday, July 5, 2013 at 3 PM EST for your chance to win. Enter by answering both of the following questions in the comment section:

  • What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?
  • What feature do you look for in a business bag?


Giveaway Rules

  • Enter between Monday July 1, 2013 at 7 AM EST and Friday July 5 at 3 PM EST for your chance to win one Briggs & Riley bag from the @Work™ collection
  • One entry per person per day
  • The prize is not for resale
  • Must answer question in comment and leave a valid email address
  • Winner will be randomly selected and announced on Friday July 1, 2013


Bottom Line

We are excited to offer a chance to win a bag from the Briggs & Riley @Work™ collection. The Briggs & Riley warranty is unmatched in the market and I love my Briggs & Riley 21 inch one-touch carry-on so I’m sure I’ll love this collection as well.

Leave a comment answering the following questions for your chance to win.

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  1. Messenger bag that has a slot to slide onto my carryon
    Look for lots of pockets as I like to have different spots to store things

  2. Fossil Leather Messenger Bag. I looked for lots of pockets and dividers to keep everything in the where I need it.

  3. I travel with a briefcase and primarily look for a lightweight but durable bag with room for a laptop and a handful of files and misc supplies.

  4. I travel with a backpack that has compartments for my laptop. I look at something that will help me get through the TSA security line, and purses just don’t cut it!

  5. Right now I travel with a briefcase, but I’d much rather have a wheeled briefcase. Hopefully I can win one!

    What I look for most in a bag is quality construction, and lifetime warranty. You want to be able to feel the quality every time you touch the bag. Briggs & Riley has this.

  6. Backpack for me for proper support (I bike to work).

    Most important feature: ample storage space with lots of pockets.

  7. I don’t travel for work, but my work bag is a cloth brief-case like bag with shoulder strap. For travel, I carry on a backpack.

    I would look for a bag with many compartnents that holds the contents in place and doesn’t allow much shifting.

  8. I travel with a small roller-bag. I would like to find a new option that is more stylish but still rolls and is better at organizing my items.

  9. Backpack, so at least one hand is free, and it’s very flexible as to how much I carry in it.

    It has to have room for whatever accessories I will need on any trip.

  10. I take a backpack. I can fit more in it than a briefcase and all of my various padfolios fit inside.

    The main feature I look for is capacity.

  11. I currently carry a large black shoulder bag that is big enough to fit my laptop.

    I look for professional looking but a lighter to carry work bag for traveling between work locations.

  12. Bag depends on the trip; either a beat up Domke shoulder bag, or a big hardside briefcase, if I need to carry big binders.

    Love pockets and a nondescript exterior.

  13. I travel with a backpack because it’s easier than other types of bags to pass through a crowd of people. I look for the ability to hold my iPad and/or laptop…

  14. A briefcase because it reflects who I am. I look for a bag that looks ‘professional’ and NOT casual.

  15. I travel with a wheeling briefcase, because it’s better for my back. I look for an ergonomic design when I buy business bags.

  16. I go with briefcases because it’s easy to access documents. I look for a lightweight bag.

  17. Backpack: It’s easy to carry. I look for User-friendly design in a business bag.

  18. I use a small, soft, leather briefcase – it neatly fits a slim laptop, ipad and other essentials. I look for any bag with a variety of pockets or internal sections.

  19. I travel with a backpack as a carry on. It works, but I have “find a better bag” on my to-do list. The backpack pictured might do the trick. I need a bag with better compartments so that all of my “stuff” doesn’t just settle to the bottom.

  20. I don’t travel for business, but my carry on is a small roller bag. It works for the smaller overheads, but I’d like a larger bag to use when I know I’m traveling only on larger planes. I’d like something that rolls, organizes my items well, and that looks good.

  21. I have been a consultant for about 7 years, traveling about 60% of the time usually by air.

    My work bag is a backpack (by Targus). When I was looking to replace it, the main feature I was looking for was simple – not too many pockets to lose things in, not too much shiny trim to add weight and always light weight.

  22. Leather Messenger Bag, I mainly look for pockets to keep things organized and something that looks good when visiting customers.

  23. I travel with a wheeling briefcase for ease of use and speedy traveling in the airport.

    The feature I most look for in a business bag is durability!

  24. Vertical style bag – hangs better. Need for work, need for play – can’t get by without electronics anymore. I look a little for durability, but mostly for style & functionality combined.

  25. Wheeling briefcase as it allows me to move a heavy bag easily.
    Number of compartments.

  26. I carry a briefcase. Features I like are padded computer section and enough pockets for separate storage of items.

  27. I prefer a wheeled briefcase. Wheels are great when I’m pooped and have a long airport to cross. I LOVE leather because it not only looks polished and professional, but it also wears so well. I like organizational sections. I haven’t ever had a warranty that I’m aware of–that sounds awesome.

  28. Briggs and Riley is always better luggage bag.. If it is the shoulder straps of the bag of the useful features…Overl all best of all…Very well experienced with this bag

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