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Fly to Europe for Free: How You Can Do It!

If you wish to get a trip to Europe for a missionary your church sent out or supports, or would like to be a blessing to your pastors, or take a nice family trip, or send a young person on a missions trip, a free ticket to Europe certainly can help–“free” is better than “cheap,” and much better than “expensive”!  How can you do this?

1.) Sign up for Air Berlin’s frequent flier program by clicking here, and make sure that you accept that you will receive their e-mail newsletter.  (You can cancel it after you get the first e-mail, but you need to sign up in order to get the 1,000 miles.)

2.) You can also sign up by clicking here.  (In either case, you can change the webpage to “English” if it comes up in German–look at the top right.)

3.) By doing steps “A” or “B,” you will earn 1,000 Air Berlin frequent flier miles.

4.) You can then refer your friends.  For the first friend you refer, you will earn 500 more miles–while your friend earns 1,000–as long as your friend agrees to receive the Air Berlin e-mail newsletter.  (Your friends can also use the links on this page, but then, while they will get the 1,000 miles, you will not get 500 more.  If you use the links here then the owner of this website will be your referral and will get the 500 extra miles–which may be appropriate, since he is the one who gave you this information–and which will make him very thankful.)

5.) You can refer up to 10 friends a year–after the first one, you get 1,000 miles for each friend who signs up.

 

6.) Thus, for referring 10 friends, you would get 9,500 miles.  Adding the 1,000 you received for signing up, you would have a very easy 10,500 Air Berlin miles!  That is enough for a one-way ticket within Europe.  If your spouse, or brother, or sister, does the same, you would, together, have enough miles for a ticket from the United States to Europe! (See their award chart here–and note that sometimes they have special discounts to make flights cost even fewer miles. For example, in a recent sale one could fly to Europe from Los Angeles for only 12,500 miles.)

7.) This is an easy way to get a free ticket to Europe!  Furthermore, missionaries in other parts of the world, such as Africa or the Middle East, may have significantly cheaper flights from Europe to their countries of service than if they flew directly from the United States. Be a blessing to them, and sign up:

Sign up by clicking here

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