Alaska Airlines Uses Our Tag Line While Offering You 5,000 Mile Award Flights!

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Alaska Airlines Award Sale

Turn Miles to Memories with Alaska Airlines Award Sale

Alaska Airlines sent out emails today announcing a new award sale with a familiar sounding name, “Turn Miles into Memories”. Award flights start at just 5,000 miles one-way. Let’s look at the details of this Alaska Airlines award sale.

The Offer

Get more for your miles, with our award travel sale.

For a limited time only, find great deals when you book flights with Mileage Plan miles. That means you’ll use fewer miles to travel to your favorite places, and can save those extra miles for future flights.

Just go to the promotion page and select the city of origin to see available deals and miles required for award flights.

Key Terms

  • Purchase by 11:59 pm (PT) on February 19, 2018, and at least 21 days prior to travel.
  • Travel is valid Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from March 6, 2018 – May 16, 2018.
  • Blackout dates apply March 23, 2018 – April 15, 2018.

Conclusion

A great sale if you have Alaska miles. There’s plenty of options for 5,000 miles one way, plus $6 in fees. let us know if you find anything worth booking.


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2 COMMENTS

  1. From the perspective of this view from the wing, Alaska Airlines used the phrase Miles INTO Memories; so out of the gate, they technically did not really steal your tagline.

    Sometimes, one needs to take the points of life one mile at a time when running with miles. At times, you have been upgraded — and at other times, you have to point me to the plane.

    The lesson of being a frequent miler is to be a loyalty traveler who does not take travel with granted — or, should I say, travel for granted — whether traveling in economy class & beyond…

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