Oh man, it’s like all of the airlines got together and agreed to lower prices! Alaska has joined the sales this week:
Book by Monday, February 19th to snag your sale fare. Flights look to be as low as 5,000 miles (plus $5.60 fees) one way per person. The list that first shows up on the site is short, but pick some of your favorite departure cities and you’ll see some more options. Check out the sale here! Here are some flights that caught my eye (keep in mind these prices don’t include taxes and fees):
- Maui to San Jose for 12,500 MileagePlan miles
- Seattle to Los Angeles for 6,000
- New York (LGA) to Dallas for 5,000
- New York (EWR) to Portland OR for 12,500
- San Diego to Austin TX for 7,500
(Alaska also has cash fare deals going on now too, check those out here!)
It’ll be hard to choose where to go! Let us know if you end up booking in the comments.
For the other deals going on right now:
Frontier – book by February 14th, as low as $29 one way
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