Jetsetters, we’ve all been there. Your flight lands at 4 p.m. in the afternoon; the airport’s version of rush hour. Everyone makes a mad dash to baggage claim. You stand there, waiting for your luggage. It passes.
It makes its way around a second time. Pass again.
Yes. You’re slightly (understatement) embarrassed to claim your own bag. It’s tattered, beat-up, wrapped in duct tape and plastic, and quite frankly you’re surprised TSA lets you travel with it.
Lucky for you, the days of “luggage envy” are over. Our friends at Briggs & Riley, are sponsoring this week’s JohnnyJet.com Swag Giveaway, “Help, I’m Horrified To Be Seen With My Luggage” contest.
What: The contestant with the most haggard piece of luggage will win a gorgeous amber-colored Briggs & Riley Explore 22 Upright bag built to maximum carry-on dimensions with easy pack main compartment, with a padded sleeve for laptop storage, wet/dry pocket, various compartments for additional organization; expandable; 9″ x 14″ x 22″. (Valued at $300 USD.)
How: It’s easy. Upload a picture below of your most raggedy bag. Include your name, an email address and a brief description. In other words, explain the atrocity. All official contest rules apply.
When: The winner of “Help, I’m Horrified To Be Seen With My Luggage” will be announced next Wednesday, June 6th and be contacted by a JohnnyJet.com representative. The last day/time to enter will be on Monday, June 4th 6pm PST.
Why: Everyone deserves to save face at baggage claim. Good luck!
Please note: Thank you all for your submissions. We’ve received some fittingly awful-looking suitcases so far. That being said, we have decided to extend the contest and will now be announcing the winner on Monday, June 11th at 12pm PST. Spread the word!
Disclaimer: Winner will be required to show proof that the submitted picture is original.
This contest is closed
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