Win a trip to Seoul, Dusseldorf, or Lima!

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  1. garyst16
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    No Facebook account needed, which should make a few folks happy. ;)
     
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    I don't register for a lot of airline promos because of what they value miles/benefits at. In this case, 200,000 miles is valued at just less than $4,000, which in my case would mean about $1,380 in federal and state taxes. I could do three one-way trips on Cathay in F SFO-HKG which would break that down to $460 per trip, one-way, and make it worthwhile. Can't even buy a ticket in coach for that price.
     
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    Thanks for the link.

    Let's hope the "new" American Airlines hires some competent IT people. I registered for the promotion, then attempted to use their form to e-mail some friends. The site refused to send the e-mails, saying "Some friend's emails are not valid."

    Of course, they were completely valid. Oh well, I guess the up-side is that fewer entrants means my chances to win increase from infinitesimal to a smidgeon more than infinitesimal, but it doesn't give one a good feeling of the quality of the company if they can't even find competent code monkeys. Outsourced to Elbonia, maybe?

    Life seems to be becoming more and more a Dilbert strip . . .
     
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    Thanks for the link - I entered me and each of my family members - would love more AA miles... and more time to use them :)
     

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