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The holidays are supposed to be about the giving, but lets be real, getting stuff is awesome. Getting unexpected stuff, really valuable stuff you can’t really ask for from a friend is a whole new level of awesome. One of my favorite online travel communities is back with their annual 25 days of holidays advent calendar, and each day is an opportunity to win amazing stuff, for free! If that doesn’t put you in the holiday spirit…

What Kinda Stuff Can You Win?

The prizes vary each day and in general they are all worth winning. Prizes range from frequent flyer miles, gift cards, elite loyalty program status, lounge passes and all sorts of other goodies. Last year I believe one giveaway was 100,000 Virgin Atlantic miles. All you have to do is enter an email address (really, that’s all) each day for a chance in the drawing.

Is It Really FREE?

100%. No tricks, no gimmicks. Just enter an email address once daily to enter each of the 25 days of promos, starting today. Today’s offering is a booking credit with Norwegian for Β£235 ($235). In many cases that’s almost enough for a round trip between the US and Europe. You just enter your email address for each prize as the advent boxes are opened daily and sit back and hope…

Take Me To The Calendar, I Want To Win FREE STUFF…

Pop by this link dailyΒ (taking you to InsideFlyer) and just enter your email address. Someone has to win, and hey, you can always re gift your winnings and appear overly benevolent to a friend or loved one! If you win something, be sure to share the good news. Happy holidays!

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