Enter to Win ~$2,300+ in Airfare (Great for Getting to Europe), Plus Other Discounts With Norwegian Air’s 24 Days of Christmas Promotion

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Enter to Win ~$2,300+ in Airfare (Great for Getting to Europe), Plus Other Discounts With Norwegian Air’s 24 Days of Christmas Promotion

AlexEnter to Win ~$2,300+ in Airfare (Great for Getting to Europe), Plus Other Discounts With Norwegian Air’s 24 Days of Christmas PromotionMillion Mile Secrets Team

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This holiday season Norwegian Air is feeling generous.  Starting tomorrow (December 1, 2018) they’ll be running the 24 days of Christmas game which will basically be an advent calendar style promotion.

Visit back each day and “guess where and what Santa is dreaming of” to win free prizes.  You can also enter a contest to win 20,000 Norwegian Air CashPoints, which are similar to cash back points and worth more than $2,300 in Norwegian Air flights!

Cheap Flights to Norway and the Rest of Europe Could Be in Your Future

More Chances to Win Prizes, Like Discounted Flights to Europe, Every Day Until Christmas

Visit back every day between December 1, 2018, and December 24, 2018, for a chance to win something each day.

Prizes include:

  • Discounted flights
  • Special offers from Norwegian partners
  • Free CashPoints (Norwegian’s reward program points)

Norwegian Air is generally a good option for cheap flights to Europe and they fly out of 19 North American cities.  I’m not familiar with this promotion (not sure if they’ve run it in the past or not), but I’m hopeful that there will be flights from the US to Europe for under $400, which for Norwegian Air isn’t a stretch.  Of course it’s possible to one is a total bust too, we’ll have to wait and see.

There is no cost to sign up, and if you do before December 1, 2018, will be entered for a chance to win the 20,000 Norwegian CashPoints grand prize.  20,000 CashPoints is worth ~$2,300+ (at current conversion rates) in airfare.  That is enough for multiple round-trip tickets to Europe!

To get started just visit the promotion page to enter and come back each day until Christmas for more chances to win.  And you’ll need to also be a member of Norwegian Air’s loyalty program to get the deals.  But it’s free to join.

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Extremely difficult to enter BEFORE Dec. 1 when this email arrived on Dec. 1.