Icelandair is celebrating its new year-round service from Washington D.C. by giving away round-trip tickets for two to any of Icelandair’s more than 20 destinations in Europe!
Icelandair representatives will be hitting the streets of the nation’s capital to give away one pair of tickets each day from Thursday, June 12, 2014 through Saturday, June 14, 2014.
Additional prizes include thirty $100 gift certificates for travel, tee shirts, Icelandic music CDs, and cool merchandise.
How can Washingtonians join the #icelanDChase?
You can search for the location of each day’s tickets, by finding clues and a password on Icelandair’s Facebook and Twitter pages.
- Follow #icelanDChase on Twitter for clues
- Clues will be given at various times of the day until the tickets are found
- The first person to arrive at the location and reveal the password to the Icelandair representatives will win tickets for two to any one of more than 20 destinations in Europe
- For further information, see the Terms and Conditions
Note the blackout dates, which exclude travel during the summer, or over the Christmas holiday: May 21, 2014 through September 5, 2014; and December 15, 2014 through January 6, 2015.
If You Don’t Live in Washington, Here are Two Other Contests to Iceland
1. Icelandic Fourmula is giving away a trip for two to Iceland! This online giveaway includes:
- Roundtrip coach class airfare for two
- room accommodations for three nights/ four days at a luxury hotel in Reykjavik
- City of Reykjavik Welcome Card
- VIP room for 2 at the Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa.
Fill out the entry form online to enter for a chance to win this Iceland getaway! Enter by December 31, 2014.
2. X-Men X-Treme Adventure
This contest is for a trip to Iceland, or weekly packs of Flipz, X-Men memorabilia, Schick razors and cash. Enter before October 31, 2014.
The Grand Prize Winner will receive a trip for two to Iceland and $2,274 in cash for personal expenses. The trip must be taken between October 31, 2014 and March 31, 2015, but cannot be taken over Christmas, New Years or public holidays in the U.S. or Iceland. The official rules are here.