Money For Nothing | SMD 4 Free

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    Money For Nothing Get Your SMD 4 Free.

    Heard of the MegaDO's but never got around to being lucky enough to go along? Well, Milepoint has a special opportunity that can whish you away for a wonderful time with your fellow frequent flyers. Milepoint has stepped up and announced a way that you can win a free seat on the SMD4 in November (Star Alliance MegaDO 4). Called "MONEY FOR NOTHING GET YOUR SMD 4 FREE", this exicting opportunity allows any member of Milepoint to win a free seat and fly along as Randy Petersen's guest (he's one of the Founders here and just along to carry your bags). Your seat is paid for, your hotel is paid for and you'll have either an aisle or window seat as Randy's guest. Oh, and if you are a Milepoint Silver, Gold or Platinum status member, the free seat also includes a new iPad (mini) once this new device is released by Apple — not that you would have much time to read while along on the MegaDO.

    SO, how does one win? Glad you asked. It's simpier than you might think. All you have to do is post an entry to this THREAD. The thread will be located each day in a different forum on Milepoint, so you'll have to look, but it will be so worth it. Post an entry? Yes, post anything to the thread, even this — "I'm in". A random winner will be drawn on October 1, so you have until noon (MT) September 30 to get your entry in.

    What could be easier? What could be more fun? And remember — money for nothing get your SMD 4 free.

    Here's the Milepoint forum where you can learn more about the Star Alliance MegaDO 4.

    NOTE: Even if you may not be available or even interested in this MegaDO, you might stop by the thread to just read a few pages. It seems to become a community of its own within a thread and there are some very humorous exchanges among members posting their entries there. Yes, you may not get it, but they certainly seem to.

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