Did you win a copy of ‘Jet Set’? And £8 off if you didn’t

Thank you to everyone who entered our ‘Jet Set’ competition last week.   I know that Paul who runs boardgameguru.co.uk was very impressed by the large number of entries.

The six winners of the ‘Jet Set’ board game are:

Jet Set 4

Sam (7QE)

Andrew (4NA)

Roger (9DX)

David (3GL)

Will (3NA)

Matthew (3SG)

I have dropped each of you an email to request details of where you want your copy sent.

If you didn’t win, don’t worry.  boardgameguru.co.uk has generously offered an £8 discount to any Head for Points reader who wants to buy a copy of ‘Jet Set’, taking the price down to just £9.99 plus postage.

You can order via this pageYou need to use promotional code 64K on the check-out page to get the £8 discount.

(Regular BA flyers will know the significance of 64K!)

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Comments

  1. Ordered..

    Hope I got my order in there before any potential stock issues later in the day.

    Thanks Paul & Raffles!

  2. I’m not a frequent flyer on BA. What is the significance of 64k?

    I googled it but it said something about being close to a toilet which seemed odd as you don’t get rows 64 that I recall?

    Also the game sound a little like monopoly except you’re buying airline route rights and not hotels and properties right?

    • It’s an Upper Deck Club World seat on the 747 – it’s at the rear bulkhead so you have private access in and out to your window seat without having to climb over anyone. Generally felt to be one of the best CW seats, I certainly like it.

  3. Get it 6 for nothing, 816 responses.

    Get as many as you want for a tenner, 3 responses

    Probably not the outcome the boardgame designer was looking for.

    • Compared to the cost of paid advertising, HFP competitions are an excellent way to boost your brand (and get some Google page rank boost from some HFP links) at a very modest cost! I don’t take any fee for running these competitions.

      • Plus it was compulsory to respond to enter the competition… it’s not compulsory to comment to make an order 😉

    • I delighted with the publicity and orders from the Head for Points giveaway. Luckily a lot more than 3 people have ordered copies of Jet Set. :)

  4. Congrats to the winners, my copy of the game has been duly ordered. The OH will hate it! 😀

  5. Chuffed to have won a copy….thank you very much Rob & Paul :-)

  6. I’ve also ordred a copy – but when I entered my Amex card number (obviously 😉 ), it came back with an error – in spite of there being an Amex logo on the page. No big deal – but if you show an Amex logo, you should accept it.

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