A generous attendee of the MileValue meetup in New York City donated a pair of United Club passes that expire March 31, 2014 to one MileValue reader. I’ll be able to send them out to the winner next week, so these passes are only valuable to you if you have flights between March 18 and March 31, 2014.

Here are the United Club locations to check whether you’ll be able to use a pass on your next trip.

If you can use the passes between March 18 and 31, 2014, there are two ways to enter to win them!

  1. Comment on this post. (Are you one of the people who receive one free daily email every morning with all of the day’s posts? Click the post title in the email and comment on the blog instead of replying to the email.)
  2. Retweet this tweet:

You can enter both ways.

I’ll pick a winner next week, email the winner, and send the passes out to the winner.

If you don’t win, you can always get lounge access worldwide with The Platinum Card® from American Express. Terms & Conditions Apply. (For more info on the lounge-access benefit, the potential $500 in statement credits in the first 12 months, and the card’s other benefits, see Get the Most out of Your American Express Platinum Card.)



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