You can apply as a group of up to four people.

Choose from three or five departure / arrival time slots and find sightseeing tips and information on local specialties when you apply, making it easy to plan your trip.

There is further information about the application process in a graphic provided by Jal:

I imagine the flight details of your flight to Japan can be random, just pick whatever flight. I certainly don’t know any of my flights for 2020 yet and flights always change. Since it can be on any carrier JAL won’t have the means to verify these itineraries anyway and I’d think that the spot checks at the gate as outlined in the T&C will be minimal to non existent either. That would slow down the boarding process a lot and the Japanese hate that. JAL typically boards a 777 within 15-20 minutes with everyone in their seat.

More information will be added to the website in January and then applications open in late February. Keep in mind that you should be able to upgrade these tickets to Business or First Class through cash payment on day of departure which we’ve written about a couple of times. This works for award tickets so why not for these ones too!?

Conclusion

It’s a rather strange yet fun promotion. While the summer with exception of Japanese holidays in August is traditionally low tourism season keep in mind that the Tokyo Olympics will be during that period as well so what surprises me most is that JAL will put an extra strain on their domestic route network during this busy period. Also, having paid nothing for the flight might lead to a lot of no shows.

I’ll enter myself for a trip in late September at which point the steaming hot summer is on it’s way out and so are the masses of Olympic visitors.

These are the preliminary Terms & Conditions for this campaign:

  • There is a limit on the number of applications per day.
  • There is a limit on the number of new searches per day.
  • Passengers must be JMB members. (Overseas Region members only)
  • Residence must be outside Japan. Passenger must hold a passport issued by a country other than Japan, or a Japanese passport holder with the right of permanent residence of a country other than Japan.
  • When boarding, you may be asked to present proof that you visited Japan during the specified period (such as a copy of an international flight ticket or eTicket, etc.).
  • Flights depart from / return to Tokyo (Haneda) and Osaka (Itami / Kansai) only.
  • You cannot apply again if you cancel (for personal reasons) after the application is complete.
  • There are a limited number of seats available for Win a Trip with JAL, so in some cases no destinations will be shown.

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