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Generous reader g is giving away 20 Delta coupons that are each good for one beer, cocktail, “wine split,” or headset on board. I’ll pick FIVE WINNERS who each get FOUR COUPONS. The coupons are valid through December 31, 2015, so you’ve got 10 months to use them on Delta flights.

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By all accounts, Delta is the most pleasant legacy carrier to actually fly, and having four drink/headset coupons would make it even better.

There are two ways to enter this contest, and you can enter each way to double your chances of lounge access.

  1. Comment on this post with your opinion of Delta for a chance to win four passes. Include your real email address while commenting, so I can contact the winner. (Your email address will not be displayed and will not be used for any other purpose.)
  2. Retweet this tweet:

That means everyone can enter twice! I’ll pick a winner next Friday.


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