Giveaway: Airline Swag!

After my US Airways 90,000 mile round-the-world award ticket last month I gave away some Hello Kitty swag. I have some more goodies left over, and appreciate y’all sitting through so many Hello Kitty posts, so figured I’d run another giveaway.

The swag bag consists of:

  • EVA Air Rimowa amenity kit
  • US Airways Envoy amenity kit
  • Air China business class amenity kit
  • Air China business class pajamas
  • Hello Kitty & Dear Daniel Accessories Plush Set
  • Hello Kitty folding tote bag
  • SPG hat, sunglasses, and iPhone case

Giveaway

To enter just leave a comment below letting me know which airline or product you’d most like to fly.

You have until 11:59PM PT on Sunday, November 17, 2013, to enter, at which point I’ll randomly pick a winner.

Good luck!

Comments

  1. Is this the best swag giveaway yet or what??? Sadly, I’m on One World, but (thanks to you) now I wanna fly Eva Air Hello Kitty Royal Laurel and Lufthansa new First Class!

  2. Lufthansa First as apparently soon I won’t have to contend with all the award travel folks joining me up front. Ha ha…. ;-)

  3. I’ll be realistic and say that,after reading trip reports, I’d like to try EVA or Air China 777 business class. Not enough miles for first.

  4. Spirit Airlines. :-P
    OK, for commercial flights it’s actually a tossup among Emirates shower, Singapore double bed, and Lufthansa separate bed

  5. I’d really like to fly Emirate first class with the shower at one point in my life time ^_^

    I’m going on my first first class flight on Cathay tomorrow.. VERY EXCITED!

  6. I briefly flew Air China 1st class from HKG to TPE. Not long enough to appreciate it. I’d love a longer flight.

  7. Ooh, hard choice between Singapore Suites and an Emirates Suite. Would also like to try a service catered by Do & Co. Too bad there’s no overlap here.

  8. My 5 year old daughter, Rosie, desperately wants to fly the Hello Kitty plane on Eva Air. When I told her about it, her eyes widened in sheer disbelief.

  9. AF business class Houston – CDG … living in Texas, I almost feel like I am already back home when I check in at houston …

  10. ANA. Yes, despite the fact that I’m moving programs and crediting all my miles to them now, I’ve never actually flown with them before. That’s how frustrated I’ve gotten with EVA’s FFP.

  11. If NetJets doesn’t count, then I’d have to say NH F JFK-NRT. I’ve only ever flown NRT-JFK-NRT on DL J which is great and all, but looks like coach in comparison to NH F.

  12. i would love to fly in any airline but in first class, it has been a dream for me since i remember i floew for the first time, a

  13. Any will be fabulous..I can swap some QF Products if you wish
    Rimowa 1st Choice followed by any amenity kids…me to pay postage :)

  14. Virgin Atlantic Upper Class. Not just for the superior air experience, but also for the departure/arrival lounges, dedicated security line, and chauffeur car service.

  15. Lufthansa first class, OR I would like to try one of those fancy middle easter airlines like Quatar Airlines

  16. Hanian Airlines (no more what class) but they are 5 star airline even though on international routes they flow cathay pacific’s old seating A340-600 and they are the first airline in china to recive the B787. Also one of the world’s five star airline.

  17. Eva Air! I have never heard of Rimowa until I started following your blog! And now that my daughter is 5, It’ll be nice for her to visit her grandparents in Business from NY to Taipei as opposed to them flying over! I remember taking Eva Air as a college student in economy class more than 10 years ago, and even then, I was blown away by their attentiveness and food! I’m figuring business is a 1000x better? :)

  18. US Airways Envoy suite just because I want to see if I get the flight attendant who says “Oh you mean the fish” or “Yaall better drink up now

  19. Since I am already booked RT Cathay ORD to HKG. I am hoping the lucky gods look down kindly on me, and hopefully Cathay releases 2 First class seats. One way would be great, but RT would be incredible!

  20. I would like to try Emirates 380 first as well as singapore 380 first class. Eva’s hello kitty is desirable as well.

  21. I would like to have Air China pajamas since I want to see its quality comparing to other pajamas from other airlines that I have collected. My partner is always against things made in China.

    The flight that I have enjoyed the most up to now is SQ A380 Suite class. Thanks for RGN fares that I have been up there 3 times. In-flight foods and the private lounge foods are just amazing. SQ A380 would be on my top list.

  22. Virgin Galactic or Air Koryo… I can’t think of anything more exclusive (but commercially available) than SQ Suites aside from these two. ;)

  23. I have enjoyed the A380 Singapore in business, but I would like to try the First class suites class on a long haul.
    Vegetarian food options seem to be improving on airlines, too!

  24. EVA Royal Laurel! Starting in BKK, but flying TPE to LAX on July 12 in Royal Laurel. Used United Miles and chose chose connecting EVA RL over Air China Biz to IAH due to your posts and pics. Thanks for the help!

  25. Picking from the list you just had your trip report on, I’d go with BR business, but overall want to fly SQ first.

  26. Would love to fly Lufthansa first with my wife. I have saved up the miles but have never had a first class Intl trip on any airline yet and it would be a real treat for the both of us!

  27. Flown a few of the airlines mentioned, but haven’t got around to EVA yet. I’d like to try their Hello Kitty on Biz, though unfortunately I’ll be going on China Airlines Biz to SFO next month.

  28. Transaero Airlines obviously!! I heard they got the communist Mickey Mouse themed Ilyushin Il-96-300!!

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