Second Day of Giveaways! Cookies and Money!

Hey guys – once again we’re coming at you with a fun giveaway to celebrate our readers. 

If you missed yesterday’s raffle, there is still time to enter. We’re giving away an Emirates first class amenity kit (choose your gender), so don’t dilly dally, as tomorrow is your last chance to win all the prizes.

When we were over in Europe earlier this year, we grabbed some fun airline branded memorabilia to raffle off, and trust me when I say you won’t find these anywhere else.

Emirates Slippers and Amenity Kit

Emirates Slippers and Amenity Kit

If you’re a soccer fan, and you love Real Madrid or FC Barcelona as much as we do, then you’ll love these tins. If you hate soccer, but love Qatar and/or Emirates, then you’ll love them all the same. We’ve got one that holds all our foreign currency, so we always know where that is. The other is a great place for us to store all the important paperwork (passports, visas, etc).

Emirates cookie tin

Emirates cookie tin

And the best part, it’s not just the tins! Inside are Real Madrid or FC Barcelona cookies shaped like soccer balls 🙂

Emirates and Qatar cookie tins

Emirates and Qatar cookie tins

Sorry for the glare. There seems to be this notion that the giveaway products are going to be opened and used. So I made sure to keep the plastic on for you, so you know it’s sealed and good to go!

As a special ho-ho-ho, if we get to over 100 entries, the winning tin will also come with a $25 gift card 🙂

You’ll get one entry for a comment that you make on this post about your favorite vacation memory, and for the next 24 hours, for any comments you make on any trip report we’ve done about your favorite vacation memories (hint, the list is here) you’ll get another entry.

Stay tuned, tomorrow’s giveaway is going to be the biggest ever, so don’t miss out!

 

Author: Jon Nickel-D'Andrea

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  1. the LLOONNGG road trips from home (memphis) to south florida as a kid to visit my grandparents. my sister and i in the backseat competing as to who could get whom into trouble…and waiting and praying we could stop at mcdonalds!

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  2. On top of the Jungfrau with my father in 1998; never better!

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  3. Taking the train across Russia five years ago

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  4. my favorite memory, is hiking in the Canadian Rockies earlier this year in Banff National Park. it was epic.

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  5. read through your ANA trip report to Tokyo, i dont know if i would go as far as saying it ‘sucks’, as it has its pluses especially when compared to other star alliance airlines like united…

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  6. Meeting a new group of friends on Magnetic Island, Australia and extending my trip another day before flying home so I could hang out with them longer.

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  7. Many great memories, but incredible sunsets in Hawaii are the first place my mind went when you asked the question. So peaceful.

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  8. Read about your Alaska Airlines experience and agree that when you are in F there should be some type of expectation that food will be available. Even if it is just a sandwich, or the snack packs in the case of Alaska. How hard would it be to offer the few F passengers one of the boxes on flights that they don’t do meal service? This is common on AA and UAL also.

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  9. One of my favorite travel memories has to be stepping aboard the Singapore A380 Suites class – definitely won’t be forgetting that anytime soon

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  10. Arriving in Sydney late at night, stepping out of Circular Quay station and lo and behold, the awesome view of the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge

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  11. I loved our first family cruise when I was 11. Such a great experience and opened my eyes up to cruising!

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  12. My favorite memory was going to Iceland 10 years ago on the $63 mistake fare.

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  13. Had a great “vacation run” with the wife to Panama City, Panama! Sitting under a thatched roof sipping a margarita in a restaurant on the causeway looking at Panama City’s skyline was memorable, for sure!

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  14. I remember going to Munich with my parents, when I was 6, and watching the Glockenspiel chime while eating a huge pretzel. Pretty much sums up a contented childhood!

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  15. My favorite travel memory is seeing the wonder on my child’s face as she climbed in and out of the ice caves on Lake Superior a couple of years ago. Still one of the most awesome things I have experienced in this world.

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  16. My honeymoon 3 years ago was my fave. It was a two parter. My husbands idea of a vacation is to relax and do nothing I’m a go go go type person FOMO. After traveling for 6 years together we decided to split our honeymoon to accomadate both our needs and itwas the best thing ever for our relationship .We went to volunteer at a dog rescue at Koh Samui (very sad situation for dogs, gagged and depressed for the dogs while we scooped poop in the blazing sun) and then stayed at a ryokan in Kyoto. The staff did not speak English and pampered us beyond belief

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  17. proposing to my wife on top of the mountain in hawaii
    thanks!

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  18. Favorite recent travel memory is playing soccer with my kids on the beaches in Valencia Spain last April. Just us running around on an open beach as the locals thought it was too cold. We are Pacific Northwest natives, the kids were thinking it was as good as a summer day barefoot and happy as can be.

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  19. My favorite…Italy…Rome, Florence, Pisa! Unforgettable Mother’s Day trip!

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  20. my fav vacation memory was on the Concorde,,,, andthe sad alaska flight cookie looks very pathetic!!

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    • It was a sad cookie, wasn’t it?

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  21. Stepping on the grass (briefly) at Camp Nou, Barcelona!!

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  22. My favorite memory is the surprise trip Tom took me on when we were in Pennsylvania, He drove to Niagara Falls , This was our last vacation together as he passed away the following winter, Every trip he made extra special Poconos for our Honeymoon. Out to Yellowstone We always had fun together , Minnesota fishing trips. Traveling to Illinois see family,

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