KLBK did some digging and found out those vouchers are from a travel club agency wanting you to give them your money and your membership.
"If its too good to be true, it probably is," said Greg Linder with the Better Business Bureau of Lubbock.
They said this check isn't a scam but he doesn't doubt it comes with some kind of gimmick.
KLBK called the number listed on the voucher.
We weren't asked for any personal information but we did have to sign up for an appointment with a travel agency.
"There's always a catch, we always try to let people know what that catch could possible be."
The catch, Linder said, in this case is getting you to sign a piece of paper making you part of the club.
"They can say anything they want to, but if it's not on the paper in the eyes of the law it didn't happen at all,"
When we called the number we had to qualify for the two free airline tickets.
"They promise you all these vouchers for travel and all this other stuff and then we get a lot of people saying you know I've been trying to redeem my voucher that i was suppose to get for just showing up and everything else and I can't do it
Linder said the best advice he can give is carefully read the fine print.
"They want you to sign on the dotted line," he said, "they don't want you to actually read what you're signing."
"If it's a deal today it'll be a deal tomorrow."