June 15, 2006


I won't be using the services of American Airlines anymore...

American Airlines Teams With Radisson
for 'Getaway to Aruba' Sweepstakes

FORT WORTH, Texas, June 15-- If you're looking for a beach getaway this summer, here's your chance. American Airlines, a founding member of the global oneworld® Alliance, is offering one lucky winner a trip for two to Aruba in its new Getaway to Aruba Sweepstakes.

Through July 15, 2006, customers who purchase tickets on American's AA.com® Web site and fly by August 15, 2006, will automatically be entered into the sweepstakes. Additionally, customers can enter without purchase by visiting the promotion Web page at (not included). Customers are eligible for up to three sweepstakes entries per person, and there is no purchase necessary to win. Prizes include:

One (1) Grand Prize winner will receive a seven-night Getaway Package Stay at the Radisson Aruba Resort & Casino, plus airfare for two

One (1) First Prize winner will receive a three-night stay at any Radisson Hotel in the United States, Canada or Mexico

Two (2) Second Prize winners will receive a two-night stay at a Dallas-area Radisson Hotel.

Hotel stays are subject to availability. "We know summer is a time to travel and have fun in the sun, and we're proud that AA.com serves as a convenient one-stop shop for customers to plan all their travel," said Rob Friedman, American's Managing Director - Interactive Marketing.

"With our Getaway to Aruba sweepstakes, customers are reminded of the advantages of booking on AA.com -- such as the lowest-fare guarantee, flexible search options, no booking fees and the ability to earn up to 1,000 AAdvantage® bonus miles per ticket purchased."


dennisintn said...

first place prize 7 nights on aruba

second place l4 nights on aruba

third place 2l nights and the winner has to take his daughters.


Anonymous said...

Boycott American Airlines.

Tarza F said...

I think it sounds like a great idea. I usually fly Delta, but the incentive of winning a free trip will make me fly American. I boycotted Aruba for the last year but my friends and I are over it. We've done enough. It's back to life as normal now.

Anonymous said...

I live in Fort Worth and first posted on SM that I have been watching the sunday newspaper ads in our paper. At first there were a couple advertising Aruba, but as of last weekend there was a sole survivor, namely,

American Airlines.
I had no response from anyone at the time and am really surprised that this has come to the foreground.
Who is the other soul that reads the Star Telegram?

Mr Avenger said...

Aruba is a sleezy island,why would anyone want to go there ?