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Winners of Randy Petersen Travel Executive Summit Ticket Giveaway

Winners of Randy Petersen Travel Executive Summit Ticket Giveaway

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Thanks to everyone for taking part in the Million Mile Secrets blog giveaway to the Randy Petersen Travel Executive Summit!

The randomly chosen winners are:

1. Comments.   Ahmed who wrote “I wish I’d stayed loyal to one airline and one hotel group rather than looking for the cheapest always because with status comes great value that will pay off even if you have to spend $50 more on a flight or hotel.

Also, wish I signed up for credit card offers. I never looked at credit cards with annual fees because I thought I was paying to spend money. I never took the miles to have actual values which I do now thanks to you guys.

2. Facebook.  Les Silber who wrote “I wanted to know how each frequent flyer program worked to reach their elite levels and best promotional offers.”

3. Twitter.   @Jimgotkp who wrote “I wish I knew of all the travel forums and blogs!”

Don’t worry if you didn’t win – there are discounted $49 tickets still available.

Thanks to everyone who participated! Please email me (daraius@millionmilesecrets.com) to claim your prize.

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I am RIGHT there with Ahmed. I passed up on YEARS of both domestic as well as transcontinental miles, simply because I didn’t know any better. Usually I would just give up in matters like this, but not now. No time like collecting miles on things I’m buying already – then now.