chinese style sailboat in Hong KongLast year I made LoungeBuddy “Travel App of the Week” as it tells you everything you need to know about all the lounges in a particular airport—from locating the lounge in the airport to detailing operating hours, descriptions, amenities and more. The only problem I had with it is the app was only for iOS users and I have an Android. Well, guess what? LoungeBuddy announced today that they just launched on Android and to celebrate their launch they are giving away a trip to Hong Kong on Cathay Pacific! The contest is free to enter and those who use LoungeBuddy through May 31st can enter to win.

lb-cathay.jpgThe “Escape to Hong Kong” sweepstakes, prize consists of:

  • Flight to Hong Kong: Two (2) round-trip premium economy tickets from any Cathay Pacific gateway in North America to Hong Kong.
  • Airport Lounge Access: Receive full access for you and your guest to the highly-acclaimed Cathay Pacific lounges on your trip. In addition, get a private, guided tour of Cathay Pacific’s lounges at HKG.
  • Elite Status: After traveling like an Elite, officially become one by being granted Marco Polo Silver status. Forget mileage-runs and mile redemption tricks. The winner will be granted Marco Polo Silver status, which includes perks like access to Cathay Pacific Business Class and Dragonair lounges on eligible trips, priority on waitlists, and priority baggage handling.

Here’s how to enter and here are the official rules for the sweepstakes.

Johnny Jet
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9 Comments On "Win Two Cathay Pacific Tickets to Hong Kong from LoungeBuddy"
  1. Michael Zullo|

    This wasn’t an easy promotional contest to enter. All the prior sweepstakes were fast and simple – name, e-mail address, etc.

    1. LoungeBuddy Team|

      Thanks for your feedback, Michael. We hope that you were not only able to successfully enter the contest, but gain access to a free App that helps you discover your airport oasis the next time you travel.

  2. Marlene Schmidt|

    Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! Finally a great contest that is open to Canadians! Thank you LoungeBuddy.

  3. Lilia (@lil_muck)|

    Love when apps become available for Android! Awesome opportunity here. Thank you!

  4. Marialouise|

    Cathay Pacific is really greatt
    I’ve got a comfortable trip when I’ was there! They really help me to assist ❤️

  5. Anonymous|

    Um, who was the winner? Was it announced anywhere?

  6. Michael Zullo|

    So, according to the web link you post and after taking a peek = Michael Tomkins won this contest and the $50 prepaid gift card! #winner
    May 29 at 5:14pm.

    So, Johnny – why didn’t you just say so instead of passing the buck…

    1. Johnny Jet
      Johnny Jet|

      On train – didn’t have time to read it

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