Win two FREE business-class bmi flights

The last day of our exclusive competition: win two return business-class flights to any bmi destination!

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Believe it or not, MT has now been sending out its daily email bulletin for one whole year – and what an eventful year it’s turned out to be in the business world (though please don’t go blaming us for the whole global financial meltdown).

Anyway, to celebrate our first birthday, we’ve teamed up with the lovely people at bmi to offer an exclusive promotion for MT online readers. If you join Diamond Club (the frequent flyer programme from bmi) this week – and it’s completely free to do – you’ll be entered into a prize draw, in which one lucky MT reader will win two FREE return business-class flights to any bmi destination of their choice worldwide.

And the good news is that bmi, as Heathrow’s second largest airline, flies to over 40 world-class destinations across four continents – including Cairo, Palma, Moscow and Venice.

Better still, when you join Diamond Club via this MT promotion, you’ll also receive 4,500 free air miles – enough for a free one-way flight to a European destination – AND a complimentary membership upgrade to Diamond Club’s Blue Plus status, allowing you to enjoy even more privileges.

Oh, and did we mention it was all completely free?

To take advantage of this great offer, just visit www.flybmi.com/mt and get entering!


P.S. If you have any problems with your application, email us on
editorial@managementtoday.com and we'll make sure it gets sorted.

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