- The fast-food chain Arby’s is offering $US6 round-trip flights to Hawaii for 10 lucky people.
- Arby’s said the first five tickets would go on sale on Friday at noon ET and the other five on Monday at noon.
- Those who land a ticket will fly to Los Angeles for an overnight stay on April 26 before heading to Honolulu on April 27.
- The catch is that the trip will last only “six sandwich-filled hours,” though it’s unclear exactly how those six hours will be spent.
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Hawaii is one of the most popular vacation destinations, and the fast-food chain Arby’s is making it cheaper than ever to visit for 10 lucky people.
In honour of its new King’s Hawaiian sandwiches, the restaurant is offering round-trip flights to Honolulu for only $US6.
The catch is that your trip will last only “six sandwich-filled hours.” It’s not clear exactly how you’ll be spending those six hours, but the terms and conditions say that the winners will have “the opportunity to participate in a marketing video shoot for Arby’s and King’s Hawaiian” and that each must sign a release allowing their likeness to appear in marketing materials.
Arby’s said the first five tickets would go on sale on a special section of its website on Friday at noon ET and the other five on Monday at noon.
According to the terms and conditions, those who are lucky enough to get a ticket must either pay the $US6 via credit card or enter the redemption code “ALOHA” after entering their details.
The trip starts on April 26 with a flight in coach from your nearest major airport to Los Angeles for an overnight stay at a hotel. Then you would fly in either first class or business class to Honolulu on April 27 before heading back to Los Angeles later that day.
“Just you, sweet buns, tender meats, and a Hawaiian paradise to eat them in,” Arby’s website says.
The winners will also receive a $US150 gift card for expenses and a $US500 check to “help offset, but not completely eliminate any tax liability associated with accepting,” the terms and conditions say.
The offer is available only to legal US residents who are at least 18.
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