Your Chance to Win a Trip to Anywhere In The World United Airlines Flies

In celebration of the release of its latest official safety video, you could be one of five winners of a trip for two people to anywhere in the world United Airlines flies — but you must enter the Dream Destination Sweepstakes by Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 11:59:59 in the evening Eastern Daylight Time by completing a short form with your first name, last name, e-mail address and MileagePlus membership account number to be eligible to win.

Your Chance to Win a Trip to Anywhere In The World United Airlines Flies

Entries are limited to only one per person.

Prizes

Each of five winners will receive one travel certificate good for two round-trip economy class tickets from any major airport United Airlines serves within the 50 United States and the District of Columbia to any destination — either international or domestic — which is served by United Airlines, up to a total value of $4,800.00. Any costs in excess of $4,800.00 shall be the responsibility of the winner. The prize does not include accommodations, ground transportation, meals or any other expenses that are not specified above as being part of the prize.

The maximum retail value of each prize is $4,800.00, depending on exact itinerary; but the approximate retail value of the prize is $1,800.00, according to the official rules. The total approximate retail value of all prizes combined is $24,000.00.

A random drawing for the winner of the grand prize will occur on or about Monday, October 9, 2017; and the potential winners will be notified via e-mail message on or about Tuesday, October 10, 2017.

The travel certificate:

  • Must be used to purchase two tickets at the same time; and both tickets must be for the same travel itinerary
  • Must be used — and travel must be completed — by Wednesday, October 31, 2018
  • May be subject to other restrictions, terms, and conditions
  • Must be used to schedule travel no fewer than 60 days in advance of desired travel dates

Official Rules

No purchase or payment is required or necessary to enter, play, win or claim a prize; and a purchase or payment will not increase your odds or chances of winning.

You must be a citizen, legal resident, or resident alien of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia who is at least 18 years of age or older at the time of entry with a valid e-mail account at the time of entry — 19 years of age or older if you are a resident of Alabama or Nebraska — as well as a valid MileagePlus frequent flier loyalty program membership account.

This contest is void in Puerto Rico and otherwise where prohibited or restricted by law.

Other official rules, terms and conditions apply — be sure that you read all of them carefully and agree with them before participating in the sweepstakes, including the terms and conditions of the MileagePlus frequent flier loyalty program — which include but are not limited to those dealing with the topics of:

  • Privacy and personal information
  • Release and limitations of liability
  • Selection and verification of winners
  • Winner notification procedure
  • Disqualification of participants
  • Criteria and restrictions pertaining to claiming and using prizes once they are won
  • Rights
  • Publicity
  • Tax liability
  • Technical issues
  • Legal waivers and statements
  • Unclaimed prizes
  • Cancellation or postponement of prizes
  • Substitution of prizes
  • How to find out the names of the winners
  • What can potentally happen in the event of a dispute
  • Burden of proof of submission of entry
  • Typographical errors
  • Other disclaimers and conditions of participation

Summary

I have already entered this sweepstakes; and only less than a minute of my time and minimal effort was required.

If you decide to participate in this sweepstakes, good luck to you, as I hope that you are one of the five winners.

Photograph ©2013 by Brian Cohen.

2 thoughts on “Your Chance to Win a Trip to Anywhere In The World United Airlines Flies”

  1. Jason says:

    Considering you win two economy class tickets, you really lose. Especially since it’s United.

    1. Hugh Rogers says:

      Is that nesessary?

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