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Alaska Airlines is offering a “friends and family” discount and, today, we’re all friends!

The promotion was disseminated to all of the internal Alaska Airlines departments, each of which is sharing their own code.

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Alaska Airlines Friends and Family Promotion – 30% Off

Using one of these promo codes will get you 30% off any base fare (excluding taxes) from Basic Economy to First Class.

You’ll need to book by December 19th and travel between January 5th (one day before their middle seat blocking is scheduled to end) and August 31st, 2021.

There don’t seem to be any blocked dates or other restrictions. One way or round trip both work.

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The Promo Codes

So far, I’ve seen these codes:

  • FLYWITHME (Flight Attendants)
  • WHEELSUP (Pilots)

Really, they are all the same from our perspective, so just pick one and book directly at Alaska Airlines’ website 🙂

Stack with Costco deal

If you are a Costco member, grab an Alaska Airlines gift card for 10% off first.

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