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United’s MileagePlus Exclusives is currently auctioning the opportunity to attend the premiere of the third season of The Mandalorian. I’m a huge Star Wars fan and wish that I did not have plans as I would be bidding on these packages. There are two packages being auctioned and each includes the following:
- Access for two to attend the world premiere of the Disney+ series The Mandalorian Season 3 on February 28th in Los Angeles, CA. This includes the opportunity for two to walk the red carpet and black car transport to/from the premiere. It does not include airfare or accommodations.
MileagePlus is offering you an opportunity to attend the world premiere of the Disney+ series The Mandalorian Season 3, starring Pedro Pascal, before it streams exclusively on Disney+ on March 1. As you arrive in style and walk the red carpet, this star-studded adventure will make you feel like an A-list Hollywood celebrity. Be one of the first to witness the next chapter as the Mandalorian and Grogu continue their journey through the lawless galaxy.
I’m looking forward to watching the premiere on Disney+ on March 1st as it has been one of the best additions to Star Wars in recent years (Andor is also excellent).
Anthony’s Take: The auction is starting at 100,000 MileagePlus miles and will likely climb quite a bit higher. If you’re a Star Wars fanatic (or have one in your life) and have a lot of miles to burn, this could be your moment.
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