Win Ski Trips to Vail and Beaver Creek, Colorado Via American Airlines

American Airlines, Vail and Beaver Creek, Colorado are providing the opportunity for travelers to win one of six ski trips.

The promotion highlights the family activities and skiing that is offered in Vail and Beaver Creek, as well as the American and American Eagle services that are run through Eagle County Airport. In order to participate, one can visit the American Airlines website and fill out the online registration form. Participants can also earn an additional entry by purchasing a ticket to Eagle County Airport by December 12, 2011, also through the American Airlines website, or earn up to four additional entries by sharing the sweepstakes via email. The sweepstakes will run from November 14 through December 12, 2011.

Richard Elieson, managing director – interactive marketing of American, said, “American offers great service to eight destinations in Colorado, including Vail and Beaver Creek. When customers book on AA.com, they get our lowest price guarantee and the opportunity to earn AAdvantage miles on everything they purchase. With the holidays approaching, we're excited to give our customers the chance to win a fantastic ski vacation.”

The grand prize features a seven-night trip for four people to Vail and Beaver Creek, including luxury accommodations, ski rentals, lift tickets, ground transportation to and from Eagle County Airport, 200,000 AAdvantage miles and more. Five first prizes feature a four-night trip for two people to Vail and Beaver Creek, including luxury accommodations, ski rentals, lift tickets, 100,000 AAdvantage miles, and ground transportation to and from Eagle County Airport.

Visit www.aa.com/skitrip
 

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