Cathay Pacific 23rd Anniversary Asia Miles Reward Special
Join Cathay Pacific as
they celebrate their 23rd Anniversary flying to South Africa.
The airline would like
to thank their frequent flyers for their loyal support by giving away 120,000
Asia Miles to one lucky member for the month of July.
Email your membership
number, ticket number and contact details to email@example.com to enter.
Promotion Period is
from 01 July – 31 July 2013
- Entrants of this promotion must
have their registered mailing address in one of the following countries to
be eligible for the prize: South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique,
Zimbabwe, Zambia, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Mauritius or Madagascar.
- New joiners and existing
members are eligible for this promotion
- Entrants may enter Asia Miles
or Marco Polo Membership number and e-ticket number to gain entry. All
entries must be submitted by 31 July 2013.
- Flight tickets must be
purchased between 01 July – 31 July 2013.
- Flight tickets must be booked
in eligible Asia Miles accrual classes such as F, A, J, C, D, I, W, R, E,
Y, B, H, K, L, M, V in order to gain entry into the draw.
- Submit more tickets for more
chances to win.
- All entries submitted (Ticket
number, Membership Number and Contact details) will be verified. Incorrect
or false information will result in automatic forfeit.
- A winner will be randomly
selected and judge's decision is final. In case of any dispute, the
decision of Cathay Pacific shall be final and no correspondence or
discussion shall be entered into.
- The lucky draw will take place
after the promotion period ends and winner will be contacted the following
- The winning party will be
contacted via phone or email, and in the event the party is unreachable,
another winner will be selected.
- Entries must be submitted to
- The winner will have to produce
e-ticket or membership number as proof.
- Cathay Pacific reserves the
right to suspend, amend or modify any of these terms and conditions at any
time at its sole discretion and without prior notice or liability.
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