Play American Airlines Facebook contest for a chance to win 200,000 AAdvantage Miles

American Airlines Facebook Contest

Here’s a new Facebook contest from American Airlines that promotes their new fall advertising campaign by giving you a chance to win 200,000 AAdvantage Miles and a year of free wifi by watching their new commercials and answering a few questions:

Commercial Scavenger Hunt
Our new commercials are all about highlighting the ways you can be yourself, nonstop while traveling with us. Play our commercial scavenger hunt for a chance to win 200,000 AAdvantage miles and Inflight Wifi for a year!

To play, just visit facebook.com/aa and click “MORE” from the left navigation menu, from there you can select the “Commercial Scavenger Hunt” link and “Like” the contest to get started.  Even if you don’t win, you’ll receive 100 AAdvantage Miles just for playing.

How to find Commercial Scavenger Hunt
You’ll actually have to listen to the commercials in order to answer the questions, so if you’re at the office you might want to wait till your colleagues aren’t around.

Here’s a look at the new commercial “After School”:

The winner pays taxes and according to the terms and conditions the approximate retail value is $4,380.  Here are a few more details

AMERICAN AIRLINES COMMERCIAL SCAVENGER HUNT SWEEPSTAKES RULES

1. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR CLAIM PRIZE.

2. TO ENTER. Between 04:01 p.m. Eastern Time (“ET”) time on September 21, 2011 and 11:59 p.m. ET time on October 21, 2011 (“Promotional Period”), complete an official entry form online in the manner listed below. All entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. ET time on October 21, 2011. The entry process shall not be complete until the Entrant goes to www.facebook.com/aa and click on the Commercial Scavenger Hunt tab and correctly answer the three (3) trivia questions for minimum of two (2) of the three (3) new airline commercials (nine (9) question available, required to answer six (6) questions correctly). Commercials will be available for review for all questions. Commercial 1, After School, will be released on September 21, 2011, Commercial 2, Scuba, will be released on September 28, 2011, and Commercial 3, Producer, will be released on October 5, 2011. Once submitted, all entries become the exclusive property of American Airlines, Inc. (“American Airlines” or “Sponsor”) and will not be acknowledged nor will they be returned. Limit two (2) entries per person. The first entry a person may receive is for correctly completing the questions for a minimum of two commercials (total six (6) questions). A second entry may be acquired by sharing the promotion with friends on Facebook, via the automatic pop-up share option generated by Facebook.

All Participants who answer questions pertaining to the commercials will receive one hundred (100) American Airlines AAdvantage miles.

3. ELIGIBILITY. Sweepstakes open to individuals legally residing in the forty-eight (48) contiguous United States, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico who are 18 years of age or older at the time of entry. Employees and agents of Sponsor, Administrator, Gogo, Facebook and each of their parents and affiliates, agencies, distributors, wholesalers, retailers, and members of such employees’ and agents’ immediate families and individuals living in the same household with such employees, are not eligible to enter or win Sweepstakes. Void where prohibited or otherwise restricted by law.

4. PRIZE DETAILS. One (1) Grand Prize Winner will receive: (i) 200,000 American Airlines AAdvantage miles and (ii) One (1) Inflight Wifi Annual Pass from Gogo.

Goto facebook.com/aa to play.  Good luck!

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  1. It didnt ask for the AAAdvantage number when I submitted my answers. Any clue, how they will track the responses? Or did I miss something?

    • Hi Vinay,

      After a player clicks “Like” the contest but before they watch the first video Facebook displays this message:

      Commercial Scavenger Hunt is requesting permission to do the following:
      • Access my basic information – Includes name, profile picture, gender, networks, user ID, list of friends, and any other information I’ve made public.
      • Send me email – Commercial Scavenger Hunt may email me directly
      • Post to Facebook as me -Commercial Scavenger Hunt may post status messages, notes, photos, and videos on my behalf

      I can’t say for certain, but I suspect that since American is asking to access the player’s profile information from Facebook, that they’ll be able to contact the winner directly through Facebook or through the email address listed in the player’s profile.

      Someone posted a comment on American’s Facebook page asking how they would award the 100 AAdvantage miles that each player is supposed to receive just for entering. Their answer was “we’ll send a code to your email address. Thanks!”.

      I played and it didn’t even occur to me till you brought it up that I didn’t have to provide my AAdvantage number. Thanks for bringing the subject up!

  2. Does this sound right like the right responses?

    1. Name the size, color and type of animal mentioned in this commercial.

    Big, green, frog

    2. What sounds seem out-of-place in the living room?

    Captain announcement

    3. How is the Mom actually communicating with her daughter?

    Chatting on a laptop via WiFI on a AA plane?

    • That sounds about right. My answers were:

      1. Name the size, color and type of animal mentioned in this commercial.
      > Big, green, frog
      2. What sounds seem out-of-place in the living room?
      >Captain announcement and fasten seatbelt “ding”
      3. How is the Mom actually communicating with her daughter?
      >Using instant messenger over inflight wifi.
      Good luck!

    • Hi Jenna,

      I double checked the question (I had to look closely at the above screenshot to be sure) but the question was “What sound seems out-of-place in the living room”. Still the question is a little vague though and since they ask for the out-of-place sound rather than sounds, I wasn’t sure if they meant the captain’s announcement or the “ding”, so I answered both.

      Thanks for the comment!

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