What’s the best present of all during the holiday season? U.S. airline JetBlue thinks it’s the gift of being together with family and loved ones. But when you’re separated by miles or even state lines, it’s not always easy to be together, unless you happen to win JetBlue’s Go Get Gifted contest.

JetBlue wants to help travelers give their loved ones the best gift of all: themselves! The airline will select a few lucky winners to be wrapped up from head to toe—topped in a bow, to boot—and then flown home for free to surprise their family on Christmas Eve.

All you have to do in order to enter is visit the Go Get Gifted page at JetBlue’s site. Next enter your “shipping” information, (a.k.a., the city you from where you would depart) and your destination.

To enter, you will also need to decide how you want to be wrapped. You can choose from six different wrapping paper designs, but the most important decision of all is the style in which you’ll be wrapped. You can choose from “The Mummy,” which as it sounds wraps the paper like a mummy’s bandages; “The Burrito,” which leaves you looking like a wrapping paper entree—and last, but certainly not least, “The Boxer,” which puts you inside of a giant gift box.

You can top yourself with a bow, either on your head, around your neck like a bowtie or smack dab in the center if your face. Lastly, you have the option of adding bubble wrap and a fragile sticker to protect the precious cargo.

You will also need to tell JetBlue why you would be the ultimate present for your someone special in 280 characters or less. Five winners will be chosen for the grand prize of a free flight home for Christmas—and there’s still time to enter. The contest is open now until Dec. 12 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

—Shahrzad Warkentin

All photos: Courtesy of JetBlue Airways



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