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Although it’s been in the making for quite some time, this week marked the start of the first foray into international travel by Southwest Airlines. With routes to Punta Cana, Mexico City, Cancun and Montego Bay, the airline is slowly inching it’s way to become a global presence. Well, that might be a stretch- but the more routes the better!
This week, in honor of the new routes, we are giving away a $500 gift certificate for use on Southwest! To enter, visit our Facebook page for a change to win. One lucky entrant will be picked at random to win.
Last week’s winner:
Last week we gave away a $500 JetBlue gift card in honor of their new Mint product, which we were given a sneak peak at last month. We had over nearly 2000 entries and one winner were randomly selected to win. Congratulations to Brian B., we hope you enjoy the gift card, and if you try out Mint, let us know, we’d love to hear all about it!
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