It’s been said that travel is one of the best forms out education out there. It gives you the opportunity to learn about history, other cultures, compassion and social skills. You can potentially find out more about about nature and/or even a new language. So who better to potentially get free travel than those who understands education the best…teachers?
That’s exactly what Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is setting out to do by giving away 15 cruises to teachers..
The airlines have done it again and there are FOUR sales going on right now. Plus one of the airlines has a sweepstakes to win a trip to Vegas! So if you’re looking for flights (whether to purchase or to win), check these out:
Jetblue has an awesome contest that they’ve recently started – so good that I’m sharing it here, along with our weekly Contests & Sweepstakes post. Here’s how they describe their Go Get Gifted contest:
We are turning five lucky winners into literal presents by gift-wrapping them from head to toe and taking them right to their destination. Enter for the opportunity to win a round trip flight home (leaving December 24, 2018) and surprise whoever you choose with the perfect gift – you.
As part of JetBlue’s For Good Month, the airline whose slogan is, “You Above All; Inspiring Humanity” is flying a plane full of people on November 27th to a place they’re calling “Destination Good,” to participate in a volunteer experience. But there’s a catch…
The whole point of running a contest is to make people happy when they win. But what if you manage to design a contest where most entrants are actually disappointed when they win? How can you do that? Well, the folks at Marriott have apparently figured that out with their current “29 Ways To Stay” promotion.
The contest was announced the same time as the currently running MegaBonus promotion. While the MegaBonus offer this time was rather lackluster, the contest was a mystery. No details were announced besides the contest would be starting on October 4th and offered a chance to wins points or free hotel nights.