Win a Trip for Two to Maui with Hawaiian Airlines and the Grand Wailea Resort

So many people dream of going to Maui—and if you’re one of them, here’s your chance! Over the next two weeks, someone is going to win enough miles (80,000 miles, to be exact) for two to fly roundtrip in Economy Class from any of Hawaiian’s U.S. gateway cities to Maui. And since you and your guest will need a place to stay while you’re there, the on Maui has graciously supplied a four-night stay. Sounds like paradise to me!

Here’s how to enter:
Use the form below to sign up for my newsletter, and follow me on  and  for additional entries. If you are already a subscriber/follower, just check the appropriate boxes. You can also follow Hawaiian Airlines () and the Grand Wailea () on Twitter and tweet about the contest for even more entries. The contest runs July 15th through July 28th and all official rules apply.

Good luck!

Here are the contest stipulations from Hawaiian Airlines and the Grand Wailea:

Reservations for accommodations must be booked in advance and subject to availability and blackout dates (based on availability and holidays including Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years.) Winner must advise Grand Wailea reservation agents during booking of certificate. Original certificate must be provided upon arrival with a valid Hawaii photo ID. Failure to provide certificate will upon check-in will result in full charges. Taxes, gratuities and other charges are not included in gift certificates. Certificates are not transferable. Certificates are valid until June 30, 2014. Prizes cannot be exchanged or redeemed for cash or resort credit, except at the Sponsor’s sole discretion. Other restrictions may apply. All other expenses not specifically provided herein are the responsibility of the winner. Sponsor will not replace any lost, mutilated or stolen certificates.

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