T-Mobile Customer? Enter this Delta Air Lines contest
Are you a T-Mobile customer who doesn’t pay much attention to T-Mobile Tuesdays?
That’s the day customers can score discounts and prizes on a special T-Mobile app.
And whether or not you take advantage of the offers, October 10 will be a good day to check it out.
On October 10, T-Mobile and Delta Air Lines will give away more than $300,000 in airline gift cards in a T-Mobile Tuesday campaign.
Enter for a chance to win $500, $10,000, or even $25,000 in Delta gift cards. And use your prize on Delta flights, Delta Vacation packages, upgrades, in-flight meals, Delta merch, etc.
Southwest Airlines Trolls-themed plane + sweepstakes
To celebrate the new “Trolls Band Together” film from DreamWorks Animation, Southwest Airlines is flying a Boeing 737-700 aircraft covered in Troll characters.
And it’s not just on the outside of the plane. The design continues inside the plane too, with Trolls-themed images on some of the cabin window shades.
Ahead of the film’s release on November 17, Southwest’s inflight entertainment system is showing chapters of the blockbuster musical franchise, “Trolls” and “Trolls World Tour.”
Keep an eye out, too, for pop-ups at airports and onboard flights for Trolls-themed merchandise giveaways and other surprises.
In the meantime, Trolls fans should enter a Southwest Airlines sweepstakes for a Trolls-theme LA Getaway to Los Angeles.
The prize includes round-trip tickets on Southwest to LAX for the winner and three guests. The package also includes a hotel room for 2 nights, two $500 Visa gift cards, movie tickets and swag bags. Enter the Southwest Airlines Trolls sweepstakes here by October 19, 2023.
KLM unveils its newest Delft blue miniature house
Each year on its birthday – October 7 – KLM Royal Dutch Airlines unveils a new Delftware miniature in the shape of a Dutch house or building with a special meaning or place in history.
The tradition began in the 1950s. Each little house is filled with Bols Jenever (a Dutch gin) and gifted to passengers traveling in KLM’s business class cabins on intercontinental flights.
This year, in honor of KLM’s 104 birthday, the featured building is the train station in Valkenburg, about a three-hour train ride from Amsterdam.
Fully restored in 2005, this castle-like building was designed by architect Jacob Enschedé and began operation in 1853. KLM says it chose to add the station to its collection partly to celebrate the role railways play in the accessibility of the Netherlands.
Past homes and buildings in KLM’s Delftware miniatures series have depicted everything from the home of Dutch exotic dancer and spy Mata Hari to the Anne Frank House and the Heineken Brewery.
Learn more about KLM’s Delftware miniatures here.