Blog Giveaway: 10,000 Miles From!

Blog Giveaway: 10,000 Miles From!

Million Mile SecretsBlog Giveaway: 10,000 Miles From!Million Mile Secrets Team

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Golfmiles is generously giving away 10,000 airline miles to 1 lucky Million Mile Secrets reader!  You have until September 11, 2015, to enter.

Blog Giveaway 10,000 Miles From
Getting Out on the Course Could Win You 10,000 Miles Towards Your Next Vacation

I’ll explain how to enter!

What’s Golfmiles?

Link:   Golfmiles

Link:   My Full Review of Golfmiles

With Golfmiles, you can earn miles and points from your choice of 10 airlines for reserving tee times through the site.

And currently, new members who use my link to sign-up for an account and book their 1st round of golf through the site by September 30, 2015, will earn 1,500 bonus miles.

Blog Giveaway 10,000 Miles From
Join Golfmiles & Book Your 1st Tee Time by September 30, 2015, and You’ll Get 1,500 Bonus Miles

You can choose to earn miles and points with the following participating airlines:

  • American Airlines
  • Etihad
  • Frontier Airlines
  • Hawaiian Airlines
  • IcelandAir
  • JetBlue
  • Southwest
  • United Airlines
  • Virgin America
  • Virgin Atlantic

Read my full review of Golfmiles for step-by-step instructions on creating an account and booking your tee time.

How to Enter to Win 10,000 Miles:

1.   Join Golfmiles (No Purchase Necessary)

Create a free Golfmiles account (using this link) by September 11, 2015, to enter.  This is open longer than our usual giveaways, so I’ll remind you to enter on the last day.

Note:  Folks who’ve previously signed-up for Golfmiles through Million Mile Secrets will also be entered in the giveaway.

Good luck!

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  • Get 25% more value when you redeem for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards. For example, 50,000 points are worth $625 toward travel.
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I had a poor experience trying to make my first booking with Golfmiles. I tried 6 times to make a simple tee time locally, and each time their system would give an error code saying that they cannot process payments at this time. I contacted the customer service 3 times, and never got a resolution. Was trying to get the 2,000 bonus miles, but was not successful despite all of my attempts. A lot of trouble when it should have been a relatively simple process.