Win Free Gogo Internet Passes

The next giveaway for today is a set of Gogo internet passes.

From Gogo’s website:

 Gogo Internet operates on wireless signals provided by Gogo’s Air-To-Ground network, a reliable network of cellular towers spanning from sea to shining sea.

Gogo internet is available on Aeromexico, American Airlines, Air Canada, AirTran Airways, Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Japan Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways, Vietnam Airlines, Virgin America and Virgin Atlantic.

In order to win, you may do up to three things:

  1. Comments: Leave a comment with a link to your favorite post on this blog (It cannot be the same link as the person above you)
  2. Twitter: Tweet a link to your favorite post and post a link to the tweet in the comments
  3. Facebook: Update your status with your favorite post, tag @ChicGeekJeanne, and leave a comment letting me know you posted it on facebook.

You may only do #1 once, but you can do 2 & 3 as many times as you want, as long as you use a different blog post each time.

Someone will win 3 Gogo Passes, and four runner-ups will win one a piece.  You have until midnight eastern time, Saturday, April 18th to enter.

Good luck!  Can’t wait to see which posts you like. 😀

*Gogo has nothing to do with this giveaway. I’m just using their passes. 

Your seatmate will totally be pumped that you won these passes.
Your seatmate will totally be pumped that you won these passes.

About Jeanne Marie Hoffman

Former bartender, still a geek. One equal part each cookies, liberty, football, music, travel, libations. Stir vigorously. +Jeanne Marie Hoffman Jeanne on Twitter

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  1. As a fellow former bartender, I especially like your Libation-related posts, like this one:

  2. Creepy, but gets your attention, as opposed to the announcements that we’ve all learned to tune out!

  3. I’ll have to pick this one, just because of how ridiculous it looks.

    You see you’re suppose to tell her that your flight leaves in 1 hour (or whatever), but also the scanner is clearly not programmed for red-eyes and she was just doing as the scanner told her…..

    Reminds me of the TSA screener who nearly threw out my contact lens solution, prescriptions medicines, epi-pen, etc because I put it in a gallon zip bag to separate the medical items from the toiletries. Not only did he say that bag was too big, but he also said that I could have only one plastic bag!

  5. Knowledge can be a dangerous thing – this infographic was quite informative:

  6. This is actually the first time I’ve heard of your blog so I look forward to finding favorites!

  7. I loved the post that will help my wife bring more wine with us.


    I liked the information in this post. It is interesting to me what non frequent fliers think and I really liked the way you presented the statistics.

  9. Missed the Google Chat, but enjoyed watching it afterwards.

  10. The posts regarding the automatron members of the TSA resonate most with me, because it’s situations like these that make legit security efforts elsewhere more difficult:

  11. This is a great post: I remember my first time in Moscow.

  12. I enjoyed your post called, “Why would you set your passport on fire?” about trying to microwave your passport. Thanks for the contest!

  13. This is good info that I will be looking into…I am currently loolking for cheap tickets to seattle and my daughter is looking for some to VA…thanks for the info..

  14. I posted on facebook

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