Alaska Airlines buy one get one free sale

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If you’ve been considering flying then right now might be a great time to look into the most recent Alaska Airlines buy one get one promotion.

For a limited time, whenever you book one coach class ticket for travel through October 31, 2020, to anywhere that Alaska Airlines flies, you can get one ticket on the same flight for just the taxes and fees.

Since the middle seats are blocked right now, this means that you can get the entire row for yourself and a companion which will make a lot of people feel a lot safer when flying.

You can use this promotion for one-way or round-trip travel but it does not apply on saver or first class fares.

Travel to Hawaii or Mexico is valid Sundays through Wednesdays, travel from Hawaii or Mexico is valid Tuesdays through Fridays, and travel between all other cities is valid Mondays through Thursdays, and Saturdays.

Remember that masks are required and that Alaska Airlines has implemented enhanced cleaning in the aircraft.

To take advantage of the promotion, just follow the steps below:

  1. In the booking form on this page, enter your departure and arrival cities, dates, and 2 travelers.
  2. Enter GETYOURROW into the discount code field, and then click “Find flights” to start your search.
  3. Be sure to select your window and aisle seats.

You can read more about the promo here.

Related: 20 Best uses of Alaska Airline Mileage Plan Miles [2020]

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