Alaska Airlines is offering a new incentive to its Mileage Plan members who have wallet balances. Members will be able to convert their wallet credit into miles for future travel – a $100 wallet credit converts into 10,000 miles.
Alaska Airlines has a new promotion for those looking to buy discounted miles. This is one of the best promotions they have offered, and you can get a bonus of up to 60% on the miles you purchase.
You can save on flights that depart or arrive in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska (excluding Prudhoe Bay), or Montana between October 31, 2020 and December 16, 2020.
Right now you can earn 1,000 miles when you sign up and spend $30 or more and then earn up to 5X on dining after that.
Earn 10% back on your Alaska Airlines airfare purchase when you spend $50 or more, with a $31.00 back maximum. Offer expires 10/18/2020.
It’s simple – buy one coach class ticket for travel through October 31, 2020, anywhere Alaska Airlines flies, and get one ticket on the same flight. Plus, with middle seats blocked, you could get the whole row to yourselves.
Alaska Airlines announced today in a press release that effective immediately it will eliminate change fees on all domestic and international tickets.
The airline has sent targeted email offering people the option of converting their wallet funds into Mileage Plan miles. The offers are for redeemable and elite-qualifying miles.
Get 40,000 bonus miles after you make purchases of $2,000 or more within the first three months. Plus get and additional 25,000 bonus miles after spending $8,000 or more within the first six months.
Buy one coach class ticket for travel through October 31, 2020, anywhere Alaska Airlines flies, and get 50% off. You just need to book by the end of day today, August 10.
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