Alaska Airlines has a new fare sale for travel between now and Dec. 15. The fares are pretty good, especially to select destinations within Alaska.
Within Alaska, the rates are good seven days a week. For flights outside the state, day-of-week restrictions vary. There is a two-week advance purchase required–but all tickets must be purchased by Aug. 14, 2010.
Photo: final approach into Portland Int’l Airport PDX. That’s Mt. Hood in the background and the mighty Columbia River in the foreground.
To/from Anchorage and:
Juneau: $129 ea way plus tax
Bethel: $129 ea way plus tax
Yakutat: $139 ea way plus tax
Sitka: $149 ea way plus tax
Wrangell/Petersburg : $159 ea way plus tax
Ketchikan: $169 ea way plus tax
Nome/Kotzebue: $159 ea way plus tax
Anchorage-Chicago thru 9/30/2010: $388rt all-in!
Anchorage-New York: $479rt all-in
Anchorage-Portland: $400rt all-in
To/from Fairbanks and:
Juneau: $159 ea way plus tax
Yakutat: $169 ea way plus tax
Ketchikan/Petersburg/ Wrangell/Sitka: $209 ea way plus tax
Houston: $299 ea way plus tax
To/from Juneau and:
Portland/Seattle: $199 ea way plus tax
Oakland/Santa Rosa/San Francisco/San Jose: $249 ea way plus tax
Las Vegas: $269 ea way plus tax
Orlando: $289 ea way plus tax
Wash., DC: $289 ea way plus tax
Miami: $289 ea way plus tax
Details at alaskaair.com . Remember to purchase your tickets using your Alaska Airlines Visa Card from Bank of America. If you don’t have the card, you can get a whopping bonus (25,000 Alaska Airlines miles) when you’re approved. That’s more than enough miles for an in-state Alaska Airlines ticket (15,000 miles). And you often can find “Saver” awards for 25,000 miles throughout the system.
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