“Cathay Pacific’s Airbus A330-300 with oneworld special livery sitting at a gate of Hong Kong International Airport.”
Photo credit: Luke Lai on Flickr
Beginning September 1, 2011, American Airlines partner and oneworld member Cathay Pacific will be offering service between Chicago and Hong Kong. To promote the new route they’ve been offering some really cheap (sub-$1000) fares, and now they’ve just announced an even better promotional fare: 100 Tickets for $100:
Cathay Pacific now offers daily service from Chicago (ORD) to Hong Kong (HKG) with easy connections to over 60 cities in Asia.
To celebrate, we’re offering 100 Economy Class roundtrip tickets to Hong Kong at $100 each! Please note that all travel must be ticketed and completed by December 31, 2011.
Starting on July 7, 2011, 25 tickets will be up for grabs each Thursday in July.
To purchase a ticket, visit the special offer page at 3:25:00 PM CT (Chicago flight departure time) on the following days:
Thursday – July 7, 2011 3:25:00 PM CT
Thursday – July 14, 2011 3:25:00 PM CT
Thursday – July 21, 2011 3:25:00 PM CT
Thursday – July 28, 2011 3:25:00 PM CT
So Thursday you might want to stay close to your computer because according to the rules the tickets will go to the first 25 people to correctly submit an entry :
During any Entry Period, visit the Cathay Pacific US homepage, cathaypacific.com/us, and click on the banner for the “100 tickets for $100” landing page and follow the links and instructions to complete the “100 tickets for $100” claim page. The first twenty-five (25) people in each Entry Period to correctly complete the directions to claim a $100 Cathay Pacific airline ticket from Chicago to Hong Kong (the “Offer”) will be contacted by a Cathay Pacific representative for additional instruction on how to receive the Offer.
Go here for more info or to read the complete terms and conditions. Good luck!