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eBags Launches 'Win a Million Miles' Sweepstakes

eBags, an online retailer of bags, luggageand accessories, is giving away a million ClickMiles, redeemable for frequentflyer miles, in a "Win a Million Miles" sweepstakes.

eBags, an online retailer of bags, luggage and accessories, is giving away a million ClickMiles, redeemable for frequent flyer miles, in a “Win a Million Miles” sweepstakes.

Geared toward demonstrating its customer appreciation and extending its online reach, eBags said it plans to host the sweepstakes once per quarter for as long as consumers find value in the offer.

To participate, site visitors fill out and submit an entry form. Entrants can increase their chances of winning and earn additional entries by getting their friends to sign up for the sweepstakes.

Netcentives’ ClickRewards Shopping Network will provide its ClickMiles, redeemable one-to-one for frequent flyer miles from eight airlines or for brand name merchandise.

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