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Reader Eli has generously donated two Admirals Club passes that expire March 31, 2014 to one lucky reader.

American Airlines operates Admirals Clubs in these locations. My favorite is at Honolulu International Airport, overlooking the garden, and stocked with slightly better food than usual since Japan Airlines uses the lounge for its premium passengers.

There are two ways to enter the drawing. On Sunday at 11:59 PM PT, I will select one winner. You can enter both ways to doubles your chances to win.

Way #1: Comment on this post with how you’d use the passes.

Way #2: Follow @milevalue on twitter and retweet this tweet.

If you don’t win, don’t forget that you can use your American Express Platinum card to access the Admirals Club, though this benefit ends March 22, 2014. And you can always use the Citi Executive AAdvantage card for lounge access.

Thanks for the lounge passes, Eli!

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