Peach Aviation, a Japanese airline that largely flies domestic routes, is cashing in on that fleeting exhilaration.

A vending machine filled with round-trip mileage points to different destinations out of Tokyo’s Narita Airport has been installed in the city.⁣

The process is entirely random, and only upon opening do customers find out where they’re flying.

Each customer pays 5,000 Japanese yen ($44) and receives 6,000 Japanese yen ($53) worth of mileage points, which can only be used toward the destination they won. Using the code printed on a sheet of paper inside the capsule, people then exchange these points for airfare to book online. ⁣