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Blog Giveaway: 20,000 Alaska Airlines Miles!

Blog Giveaway: 20,000 Alaska Airlines Miles!

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You’re the best blog readers in the world!  To thank you, this week we’re giving away 20,000 Alaska Airlines miles.

Blog Giveaway 20,000 Alaska Airlines Miles
You Could Win Alaska Airlines Miles!

Alaska Airlines is not part of an alliance, but they have many great partners including:

You can earn Alaska Airlines miles with the Bank of America Alaska Airlines card.  You can also transfer the points you earn with the AMEX Starwood card to Alaska Airlines at a 1:1 ratio and you get a 5,000 mile bonus for every 20,000 points you transfer.

The nice thing about Alaska Airlines miles is that there are so many ways to use them.  Check out my post on 10 ways to use Alaska Airlines miles.

And they have a lot more destinations than you may think.  We flew Alaska Airlines First Class from San Jose, California to Maui and really enjoyed the service.

How to Enter:

1.   Leave a Comment 

Please leave ONE comment telling me about a time when you experienced excellent service with an airline or hotel.

I’ll pick 1 commenter who will win 10,000 Alaska Airlines miles after the drawing closes at 9:00 pm Central Time on Saturday, February 28, 2015 (today).

2.   Tweet

Follow Million Mile Secrets on twitter, and tweet ONCE to @MilMileSecrets and tell me me about a time when you experienced excellent service with an airline or hotel.  You have to follow @MilMileSecrets to be eligible.

Don’t forget to include the hashtag “MMS20KAlaskaAirGiveaway”

I’ll pick 1 tweeter who will win another 10,000 Alaska Airlines miles after the drawing closes at 9:00 pm Central Time on February 28, 2015 (today).

Good luck!

Fine Print:  The prizes are worth up to $550.  I make the final determinations for the giveaway and there’s no appeal in the Million Mile Court.  I’m not receiving compensation from Alaska Airlines and I’m giving away Alaska Airlines miles, so please don’t make this hard for me!

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On the Friday before Christmas 2014, I took a full American Airlines flight from Dallas to Japan (en route to Taiwan). I was in the last row of economy next to the gallery and the restrooms. Needless to say, I was tired, hungry, and anxious dealing with the Christmas rush of getting to the airport and holiday travel. A flight attendant wearing an apron with green and red blinking Christmas lights saw my physical state and actually served my row first. If she would have served us in order, we would have been the last to be served food. That flight attendant has always shown me what a good attitude and attention to detail can help improve a person’s day.

We really enjoyed staying at Marriott’s Starr Pass resort in Tucson. Awesome for kids with it’s water park, and they have complimentary tequila every evening. Can’t beat that.

About five years ago, my friend and I were doing one night in New Orleans as part of a Gulf Coast weekend. We had booked into the Westin Canal Place. I was not a Starwood Preferred member, much less an elite level guest. When we checked in, the front desk told us they were upgrading us to a suite. “Nice” we thought. We did not think much of it as often “suites” are nothing more than glorified standard rooms at some properties. When we got to our room, we were at the end of a hall…hmm..ok…this might nice. Turns out, it was a bona fide “apartment” suite! Gigantic, multiroom suite like you see the rich playboy staying in in a movie! I have no idea how we were tabbed for this not being a preferred guest. This was also the same weekend the NCAA basketball tournament was in town, so I am sure there were many more deserving guests. But my friend and I enjoyed this great room with a fantastic view of the Quarter and the Mississippi, marveling at the hospitality shown to us by the Westin front desk staff!

Kwok Fung Au Yeung

Stayed in Crown Plaza at turkey. Upon checked in, the knob of my suitcase got loosen and fell off. The hotel bell boy immediate sent a person to come to room and fix it. The service was outstanding.

A few years back I was flying AA from DCA on my way to LHR during a winter storm that was about to shut down airports. The agent at the DCA Admirals Club worked for almost 2 hours straight to re-book me on several new flights though different cities in order to make it out just in time. After getting the tickets changed, he even managed to get my checked bag pulled at the last minute and back to me so that I could carry-on as I had to transit LGA-JFK in a hurry to make the connection. Really excellent service, especially considering how much time he dedicated to helping me when I’m sure many other people were facing similar situations.

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