10% Off Discount Codes on American Airlines For Playing Disney Planes Game
If you’ve been on an American Airlines flight recently, you’ve seen previews for Disney’s upcoming film release of Planes. Now the airline and the studio have partnered up on a promotion where you can win a trip for 4 around the world, but what’s more important is that you get a 10% off coupon just for playing.
Find the game page here, and then play – when you hit a “target,” which reveal fun facts about American’s products and services, you are taken to a final screen where you can enter your email address and a confirmation with your 10% off code should reach you immediately.
Each code can only be used once, but you don’t have to enter your AAdvantage number when you play, so theoretically you could get one code for each email address you play from.
You must book using your discount code by August 31, 2013 for travel between August 31-November 15 on American or American Eagle for reservations of up to two people. August 31-September 2 are blackout dates. Discount may be applied to itineraries departing the US, Canada, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
Although the promotion is live until August 30, 2013, there’s no indication about how many of these 10% promo codes there are, and the terms are rather generous, so if you’re interested, I would play today.
Other prizes include: One (1) Winner will receive three hundred eighty thousand (380,000) American Airlines AAdvantage® miles which may be used for air transportation by Winner and up to three (3) guests of Winner on American Airlines or its "Airline Associates" (American Eagle or the American Connection® carrier), oneworld® airlines or select AAdvantage® participating airlines and a $10,000 gift card. ARV: $17,562. ODDS: Odds of winning depend upon the number of eligible entries received. LIMITED TIME OFFER DETAILS: Admirals Club® one day passes, movie tickets and other limited time offers (ARV $14 -$50) will be made available during the promotion period and are available while supplies last.