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Alaska Airlines: Buy One Ticket, Get One Free (Pay Only Taxes/Fees)

Alaska Airlines is running a one day only sale, giving you a free companion fare (pay taxes and fees) for select routes and travel between January 7 and February 12, 2020.

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You’ll need to enter code BOGO50 at booking to qualify and book by 11:59PM tonight, Pacific time.

Below are the included city pairs, per the Alaska promo page.


Flights between:

Juneau (JNU) and Seattle (SEA)

Ketchikan (KTN) and Seattle (SEA)


Flights between:

Fresno (FAT) and Portland (PDX)

Los Angeles (LAX) and Bend (RDM), Boston (BOS), Everett – Paine Field (PAE), New York – JFK (JFK), San Jose (SJC), or Spokane (GEG)

Monterey (MRY) and San Diego (SAN)

Palm Springs (PSP) and San Francisco (SFO)

San Diego (SAN) and Austin (AUS), Bend (RDM), Boston (BOS), Everett – Paine Field (PAE), Monterey (MRY), Newark (EWR), Spokane (GEG), San Luis Obispo (SBP), or Steamboat Springs (HDN)

San Francisco (SFO) and Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Everett – Paine Field (PAE), New York – JFK (JFK), Palm Springs (PSP), Portland (PDX), or Seattle (SEA)

San Jose (SJC) and Los Angeles (LAX), Everett – Paine Field (PAE), Newark (EWR), Portland (PDX), or Seattle (SEA)

San Luis Obispo (SBP) and San Diego (SAN) or Seattle (SEA)

Santa Barbara (SBA) and Portland (PDX), Seattle (SEA)


Flights between:

Bend (RDM) and Los Angeles (LAX) or San Diego (SAN)

Portland (PDX) and Dallas – Love Field (DAL), Everett – Paine Field (PAE), Fresno (FAT), Missoula (MSO), New York – JFK (JFK), Newark (EWR), San Francisco (SFO), San Jose (SJC), Santa Barbara (SBA), or Seattle (SEA)


Flights between:

Everett – Paine Field (PAE) and Los Angeles (LAX), Portland (PDX), San Diego (SAN), San Francisco (SFO), San Jose (SJC), or Spokane (GEG)

Seattle (SEA) and Chicago (ORD), Columbus (CMH), Indianapolis (IND), Juneau (JNU), Ketchikan (KTN), Milwaukee (MKE), New York – JFK (JFK), Newark (EWR), Omaha (OMA), Pittsburgh (PIT), Portland (PDX), San Francisco (SFO), San Luis Obispo (SBP), San Jose (SJC), Santa Barbara (SBA), St. Louis (STL), Steamboat Springs (HDN), or Walla Walla (ALW)

Spokane (GEG) and Everett – Paine Field (PAE), Los Angeles (LAX), or San Diego (SAN)

Walla Walla (ALW) and Seattle (SEA)


Flights between:

Austin (AUS) and San Diego (SAN)

Boston (BOS) and Los Angeles (LAX), San Diego (SAN), or San Francisco (SFO)

Columbus (CMH) and Seattle (SEA)

Chicago (ORD) and San Francisco (SFO) or Seattle (SEA)

Dallas – Love Field (DAL) and Portland (PDX)

Indianapolis (IND) and Seattle (SEA)

Milwaukee (MKE) and Seattle (SEA)

Missoula (MSO) and Portland (PDX)

New York – JFK (JFK) and Los Angeles (LAX), Portland (PDX), San Francisco (SFO), or Seattle (SEA)

Newark (EWR) and Portland (PDX), San Diego (SAN), Seattle (SEA), or San Jose (SJC)

Omaha (OMA) and Seattle (SEA)

Pittsburgh (PIT) and Seattle (SEA)

St. Louis (STL) and Seattle (SEA)

Steamboat Springs (HDN) and San Diego (SAN) or Seattle (SEA)



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