screenshot American Airlines Get Unplugged Sweepstakes

American launched a news sweepstakes today that offers a chance to win 150,000 AAdvantage Miles and a $2,000 gift card:

Get unplugged

Enter for a chance to win an unplugged getaway

Feel a need to recharge? In between the heat of summer and the rush of the holidays, the fall is a great time to travel as it usually means a slower, off-season pace, smaller crowds, and less noise. Plus, you can find great deals to make the most out of your vacation.

Register now for a chance to win a trip for two to experience fall travel at its very best – an unplugged getaway to a place where you can escape life’s digital distractions.

Before you unplug, plug in to aa.com to customize your getaway:

• Find everyday great deals and our lowest fares

• Enjoy up to 6” of additional legroom with Main Cabin Extra seating

• Earn AAdvantage® miles with special offers on cars and hotels

• Receive automatic updates on your flights with flight status notifications

• Download our mobile app to access all your trip information on the go

Prize Details

One Prize consisting of 150,000 American Airlines AAdvantage miles and a $2,000 pre-paid gift card. Total ARV $4,985.

Two ways to register

It’s simple to enter, just submit your name and AAdvantage number. You can earn up two entries per email address.

OR

Submit your name and AAdvantage number for one entry and earn another when your purchase a ticket.

The deadline to enter is 11:59 p.m. CDT on September 30, 2013.  Go here for complete terms and conditions.

Go here to enter. Good luck!

  • Michael W Travels said,

    Awesome prize! I’ll gladly accept it!

  • aadvantagegeek said,

    @ Michael W – And so simple to enter too…just my style!

  • Boondr said,

    I’d like to win this one too.

  • Jeremy said,

    They are valuing the miles at 1.99 cents a piece. The valuation of $2,985 would result in a tax to the average recipient assuming they are in the 28% federal tax bracket and have a state tax rate of 5% of a little under $1000 (ignoring the effect of state tax deduction on federal return. That is like buying the miles at .67 cents each which is pretty good. Count me in!

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