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Rocketmiles 100,000 Alaska Airlines Miles Giveaway

Hotel booking site Rocketmiles is hosting a giveaway in collaboration with Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan where you can win 100,000 miles.

I have been aware of Rocketmiles for awhile, but have never used them so I can’t speak to their service or prices. Thankfully that doesn’t matter since you don’t need to book a room or spend any money to enter.

How to Enter

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To enter the contest do the following:

  • Visit this page.
  • Click “Enter” and fill out a small form with your name and email.
  • You can earn a second entry by tweeting about the contest.

Abbreviated Rules

NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT NECESSARY. A PURCHASE OR PAYMENT WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. The Rocketmiles Vacation Faster Promotion starts May 6th at 9am CST and ends on May 27, 2015 at 9am CST. Open only to legal residents of 50 U.S./D.C., 18 years or older at the time of entry. Click on Official Rules for entry instructions odds of winning, prize details, restrictions, etc. Each winner shall be responsible for all taxes imposed on the acceptance of any prize. Void where prohibited. Sponsor: Rocket Travel Inc.

You can find the full terms and rules here.


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2 COMMENTS

  1. Just wanted to say that I’ve used Rocketmiles twice now – once in the past, and one stay coming up next week. The first was the sign-up bonus of 5k miles for a first stay, which was more than worth missing out on some Hilton points. This one coming up is for a stay at LAX – price-wise, it was the same as the rate listed on the hotel website, though since it’s a Hyatt and I don’t normally stay at Hyatts/earn points there, I chose to book with RM and get some AA miles. This hotel was $30+ cheaper than the Hilton/Marriott/SPG options in the area (and it’s right next to the airport which is great for a 6a departure), so a good choice for me.
    Other than that, I usually find the prices to be $10-20 higher than the normal hotel sites, and of course you miss out on elite benefits one other hotel points if you use them, but it’s definitely worth looking at at least.

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