Thursday Giveaway: $500 American Express Gift Card

Oct 16, 2014

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Earlier this week, we posted that there were some fairly cheap flights available on US Airways to a select group of European destinations for as little as $400 roundtrip. Whether you were planning a trip to Dublin for St. Patrick’s Day or Madrid for a last-minute fall trip, these deals were definitely worth it.

US Airways featured low-cost flights to Europe, did you get to book one?
US Airways featured low-cost flights to Europe, did you get to book one?

Although it appears that most of the deals are gone, in honor of this low-priced blitz, we would like to give one TPG reader the opportunity to win a $500 American Express gift card to help supplement the costs of the flight! To enter to win, visit our Facebook Page, Remember, when you share it on your wall, tweet it out or send an invite, every time one of your friends enters, you get an extra entry!

American Express Gift Cards
Enter to win a $500 American Express Gift Card today!

Last Week’s Winner

Last week, we highlighted the new plane-side partnership between American Airlines and Cadillac by giving one lucky TPG reader a $500 American Airlines gift card. Congrats to Melissa C. on winning the gift card!

Congrats to TPG reader Melissa C. on winning a $500 American Airlines gift card!
Congrats to TPG reader Melissa C. on winning a $500 American Airlines gift card!

Congrats to our winner, and stay tuned for more great giveaways here on the blog and on TPG TwitterFacebook and Instagram. Safe travels!

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