Tumi Duffle Giveaway

Happy Birthday First2Board!

One Year Celebrate

To celebrate, First2Board is  giving away a very useful Tumi duffel bag.   This Jonathan Adler nylon Tumi travel duffel has ‘Are we there yet?’ lettering on the exterior, and sturdy strap handles carry over the heavy top zip. Slim exterior patch pocket. The interior is lined and a packing pouch is included.

One Year Tumi 2




To enter to win, please leave one comment with your first name and last initial (it helps us when contacting the winner).

In your comment, please tell us what you’d like to read about in 2014!  One winner will be drawn at random from all eligible entries. Void where prohibited by law.  Winner will be announced on our 1 year anniversary, March 1st, 2014.

Good luck!







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46 Comments on "Tumi Duffle Giveaway"

  1. I’d like to read more trip reports!

  2. Trip reports and analysis of how you found and booked that particular award

  3. I would like to read more about Hawaii in 2014.

  4. I would like to hear more about airline partnerships and where the best deals of using these partners are.

  5. More info on airline rewards and deals

  6. Is there an option besides AA or Air Tahiti for reward travel from LAX>PPT?

  7. I like to read about airline/hotel travel bookings with miles/points

  8. I would like to read more about the changes to American Airlines after the merger with US Airways. I was very happy with UA Air before, especially the award chart. I am in uncharted waters now since I have little experience with American.

    • Susan - Southern Travel Girl | February 18, 2014 at 10:23 pm | Reply

      I will definitely try to get a post in about this. As a US Airways flyer myself, I find myself a little confused about American. I am actually taking my first American Flight this week-end… I do have to say I found the website a lot more confusing than the US Airways site (contrary to what many of my American flyer friends think).

  9. Trip reports both on the logistics as well as stuff you do when you reach location are good!

  10. I would love to read more trip reports. I’m always looking for travel inspiration!

  11. more trip reports, please!

  12. I’d like to read more about earning status.

  13. thanks for the cntest. hope i win. i would like to see more info on finding good deals on paid business class travel from Us to Europe. also more frequent posts from Mr. pickles

  14. naiffareed@gmail.com | February 18, 2014 at 10:23 pm | Reply

    Would like to see more travel reviews and killer deals

  15. I would like to read more on trip to New Zealand

  16. more reports on the stuff to do in New Zealand are good

  17. More beginners tips please!

  18. More trip reports please!

  19. Hotel Reviews.

  20. tips on both restaurants and stuff to do are good

  21. More about worldwide product comparisons and trip reports. Thanks!

  22. I’d like to see more on various ways to earn point and miles (after I have enough I’ll probably want to know more about how to use them)

  23. Any new reports on how to meet a spending threshold?

  24. More about earning and matching status (and when the best time of the year to do so is)

  25. Agreed about American, and I am particularly interested in award bookings.

  26. I would like to see more about traveling with children. Destinations, insider tips, how to save money, etc. Will be traveling with my granddaughter next year and it would be tremendously helpful.

  27. I like to read more trip reports and deals!

  28. I love trip reports!

  29. Trip Reports

  30. I’m ready for move mistake fares!!!

  31. More reports on phone data service when abroad.

  32. Love the trip reports!

  33. You’re doing just fine! Keep up with the good work!

  34. I think you are doing just fine, too! I want to learn more about finding the best deals on flights and hotels, mostly ‘cuz I need to travel on the cheap, cheap, cheap!!

  35. More information abt trips to Asia Pacific in the coming months.

  36. Michael J. H. (another Michael H) | February 19, 2014 at 3:06 pm | Reply

    Would love to hear about thoughts for setting broad travel strategies. Things like: Go for 2 mid-tier statuses in hotel chains (e.g Kimpton & Hilton) to spread reach and benefits vs. 1 top tier status; Natural synergies between programs (like relatively low thresholds for status) etc

  37. GetToThePoints | February 19, 2014 at 3:22 pm | Reply

    I would like to read about the annual benefits of certain program credit cards. It is so hard to keep up with all these.

  38. Definitely more trip reports

  39. Would love to read more about how you found and booked an award..

  40. I would like to read about how to use points and miles for easy 2-4 day weekend trips!

  41. I’d like to read more about various ways to earn points/miles. Thanks for all your insights!

  42. Would like to read about how I won all the giveaways 🙂

  43. Exotic tropical vacations.

  44. Tips on how to redeem US carriers’ miles for partner awards.

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