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All summer long, you’ve heard us talk about Rainbow Railroad — the nonprofit that helps LGBTQ people escape places where they are not safe — and our Prizeo fundraising campaign, where Brian Kelly will help one lucky grand prize winner book the Trip of a Lifetime, planned by The Points Guy, using up to 1 million Chase Ultimate Rewards points. As always, your ticket to entry is by donating at least $10 through our Prizeo campaign.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER TO WIN a $1,500 airline gift card today: $10 minimum donation

Naturally, there’s tremendous interest in that grand prize, but we’re also giving you an opportunity to hedge your bets donations, with a bonus prize for those of you who love increasing your odds of winning: $1,500 toward any airline that offers gift cards.

$1,500 is enough money to fly you and six family members to Hawaii and back from the Bay Area. It’s enough to fly yourself round-trip to Italy in business class, or make three round-trips to Tokyo or Frankfurt in Singapore Airlines’ top-notch coach.

Today only, Monday, every donation of $10 or more to TPG’s Rainbow Railroad Prizeo campaign automatically enters you into a raffle pool for $1,500 toward your airline of choice (provided the airline offers gift cards). Of course, you’ll also earn entries into our grand prize giveaway for the Trip of a Lifetime planned by The Points Guy using up to 1 million Chase Ultimate Rewards points.

What’s the catch? Your donation must be completed before 11:59pm Eastern Time on August 19, 2019. If selected as the winner, you’ll have 48 hours to let TPG know your airline of choice. You’ll receive the gift card after the Prizeo campaign closes on August 29. Good luck!

CLICK HERE TO ENTER TO WIN a $1,500 airline gift card today: $10 minimum donation

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