Valentine’s Giveaway: China Eastern His and Hers Pajamas

Valentine’s is here, share it with a special someone with China Eastern His and Hers pajamas !

China Eastern His and Hers Pajamas

Share your romantic FAMILIY-FRIENDLY travel story in a comment to this post.

Deadline for comment is Tuesday, February 16 at 23:59 EST. Comment email field must contain valid email address for potential winners to receive notification. One eligible entry person. A valid email address in the comment form is required to notify the potential winner who must respond to accept within 72 hours of notification. US entrants/addresses only.

Disclaimer: the pajamas are new and unopened.

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And the draw goes to #8, JRG, who wrote:

I surprised my wife in Korea, by taking her on her first airplane ride back in 1990; she thought we were heading out for shopping and instead we bee-lined to the airport!

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  • GetToThePoints

    I just met my potential significant other at 36,000 feet and I still feel like I am at that altitude!!!!!!

  • Joe S

    Last year Valentines Day, I surprised my wife with a trip to Hawaii (Honolulu and Kauai) for our 10th Anniversary, which also happens to fall out a couple weeks after Valentines Day. The best part was, she had no idea where we were going until we were on the plane to Honolulu. It was a lot of work (asking at the airport not to say anything, trying to get flight attendants and captain not to disclose) but it was worth it in the end.

  • N Jain

    My most romantic Valentine’s Day was about three years ago. I worked rotating 12-hour shifts, so sometimes on special days I am not around. But this one particular Valentine’s Day I was coming home at 8 a.m. off of the midnight shift. Typically my wife and daughters were all home when I would get in from work.

    So when they all got up at 8:30, I had a special present waiting for each of us at their usual seats around the breakfast table. There were a dozen roses at my wife’s seat! But what really made it the most special Valentine’s Day was that in front of each of my daughters’ seats was a single rose. My wife was so overcome that she was in tears…All in all it was a fun day..

  • CY

    Once missed a flight because of issues arranging for a car for my pick up… but ended up meeting my boyfriend for the next two years on my rebooked flight!

  • Jim F.

    For our 25th anniversary, I scored huge hubby-points by planning a surprise renewal of our vows ceremony on Santorini. I arranged for both of our children, their spouses and our first grandchild to meet us on our cruise ship departing from Rome to serve as our matron and man of honor. Our son (who had connections at a national jewelry chain) designed an “engagement ring” (which I couldn’t afford to give my wife when we had been married a quarter century earlier) with a center stone reminding her of an earlier trip to Tanzania where we tackled Mt. Kilimanjaro, flanked by a diamond for each of our children. I used portions of our wedding ceremony (which I had also written) for the renewal ceremony arranged through a wonderful service on Santorini. It was magical!

  • Rick

    Here’s my Valentine’s day story from a few years back – when my wife was still my girlfriend working in Boston and I was out on the West Coast, I decided to make a surprise appearance on Valentine’s weekend. So on Thursday night, I called her like usual and gave no indication of anything special happening and then hopped on a red-eye flight immediately after. Arrived in Boston on Friday morning and made my way to her workplace where I told the recepionists at the front to page her to let her know she had a package waiting in the lobby. As you can imagine, my girlfriend had a nice surprise upon seeing me and we had a wonderful weekend together!

  • Anita

    9 years ago my husband and I met in class. We bonded over the love of “The Office” and travel. So we agreed to go as travel buddies and scheduled a trip to Singapore to celebrate the end of the semester 3 months later. By the time that trip rolled around we had begun dating!

  • JRG

    I surprised my wife in Korea, by taking her on her first airplane ride back in 1990; she thought we were heading out for shopping and instead we bee-lined to the airport!

  • Rich

    Ahhhh Valentines Day !
    Sent my wife flowers , they actually got delivered on the right day this year !!
    Ahhhhhh !!!

  • Linda

    We had a wonderful trip to Napa one Valentine’s Day and had a great time wine tasting!

  • Jamie

    I can’t think of any particular romantic travel stories. But I do really want those pajamas.
    My husband and I have been to lots of great places together. Starting with many trips back and forth from Iowa to California when I was still in grad school, but he had been out in Silicon Valley since before the bubble burst.
    There was the time we went to Paris on our “honeymoon”, (which really just meant our first real vacation after we got married) and ended up with a room with twin beds. The only time we’ve ever inadvertently gotten a twin room and it happened to be just after getting married – perhaps that was supposed to be a little cosmic humor.
    Getting invited to a conference in Hawaii at the last minute was pretty romantic. It meant that the only rooms left at the conference rate were the more expensive ocean view rooms at the ocean front hotel. And then renting a car and remembering that my platinum Amex gave me some kind of status with Enterprise (that I think you’re supposed to actually sign up for to really have). When I mentioned this to the guy at the counter, he says, oh yeah then you get an upgrade. To what? Anything Jeep, Convertible… So, convertible around the island it is, while Grandma and Grandpa are at home taking care of the kids. What could be more romantic? (A lot of things, probably, but unless one of them just happens to us as a stroke of luck, we are going to have to be happy with the modest level of romance we’ve got). Hope everyone had a great Valentine’s/Presidents weekend!!

  • Jordan

    We used two free night certificates from the Hyatt credit card and stayed at the Park Hyatt Vendome in Paris for Valentine’s Day last year. We got upgraded to a junior suite and had a wonderful weekend wandering around the city, going wine tasting, checking out cheese shops, and visiting the Louvre.

  • Mary

    We spent Valentine’s Day this year in Chicago. We stayed at the Hyatt on points and had a good time wandering around the city, eating deep dish pizza and Chicago-style hotdogs. It was also a “Museums on Us” weekend for Bank of America cardholders, so my husband and I got in to the MCA and Shedd Aquarium for free.

  • Brenton

    I’m not sure if this is supposed to be Valentine’s day specific, but for our 5 year anniversary this past November I took my wife on our first big points/miles trip to Italy. We spent our first two nights in Milan at the Park Hyatt in a complimentary-upgrade Park Deluxe Executive King. Waiting for us on arrival was a bottle of prosecco and pastries. From there we spent three nights in an airbnb in the heart of Florence with a beautiful patio view looking up at the Duomo. While there we did a day trip out to hike the Cinque Terre, which was one of the most beautiful views I’ve ever experienced. Our last two nights were spent in Rome at the intercontinental, which was a perfect spot to explore the city. We flew out in British Airways business class (my first time on a 747) and back in Iberia business class, with which I was pleasantly surprised.

  • Kathy

    We visited New York City for Valentine’s last year and stayed in the Park Hyatt. We used spg points for a broadway show and enjoyed dining out and exploring the city.