NYC Twitter Promo: Win Two Free Lufthansa Business Class Tickets to Europe

Feb 28, 2011

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Yes, yet another social media promotion. Lufthansa is celebrating the launch of their A380 service to NYC and will be giving away a pair of business class tickets to a savvy Twitter follower on Monday, February 28th. Seems like a lot of work, but winning two business class tickets to Europe is pretty awesome (though I’m sure you’d have to pay taxes on them, which might hurt).

I won a similar Starwood sponsored Twitter promo last summer and I received two free nights, which I used at the W South Beach. I can’t imagine a ton of people will be doing this tomorrow, so any NYC based (especially those downtown) TPG reader should try this out. Unfortunately, I won’t be there -and if I was, I certainly wouldn’t be blogging about it ;-)

Per this contest:

Monday, February 28th marks the inaugural flight of Lufthansa’s A380 from Frankfurt to JFK. To celebrate, the 23 “crew members” from the flight will be in SoHo, but only one will be on a special mission to give away a pair of roundtrip Business Class tickets to Europe. To find the official cabin crew member holding the prize, follow @Lufthansa_USA on Twitter. Clues will be released on the whereabouts of the different crew members.

Here’s how to play:

  • Pick up your A380 passport from one of our 23 “crew members.”
  • Use the map of SoHo and tweets from our Twitter feed to locate 10 crew members, each of whom will give you a unique A380 stamp for your passport.
  • Once you have ten unique A380 stamps, you will receive a final clue which will lead you to the official Lufthansa crew member who has the tickets.

Whoever finds the tickets first, wins. Remember to follow us @Lufthansa_USA to receive clues.

Tip of the hat to TPG reader Ryan for this!

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