Happy New Year, and good luck for the rest of the year. If you find the first week back to work in January particularly challenging, it's a good idea to book your next vacation.
With the New Year Sun & Snow sale, you can book one-way flights starting at just $39, with fares going up to $299 one-way to destinations including Austin, New York and Salt Lake City.
You can book two one-way flights at the sale price if you want to travel through March. It's important to book your flights by the end of the day.
Alaska Airlines is an airline There are routes to and from Seattle, Austin, New York and other places. The airline has a sale page. The travel dates are January to March. There are limited seats on all flights. The book is due by the end of January.
One-way flights from across the country start at just $39 during the winter sale.
Clicking on the sale page will show you which cities are on sale first. The lowest-priced departing fare can be found on Alaska's low-fare calendar.
Alaska Airlines has digital bag tags that don't cost a lot.
You can choose your return date for the same price after that. Proceed with the booking by selecting "continue"
The Saver fare is the most restrictive fare type. Saver fares can't be changed or canceled. Passengers can have one free carry-on item and one personal item. It will cost you $30 for your first bag and$40 for your second bag.
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If you use a credit card that earns bonus points on airfare purchases, you'll get 3 miles per dollar on eligible Alaska Airlines purchases. You can use the Platinum Card from American Express for up to $500,000 on airfare booked directly with the airline or through American Express Travel.
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Low-priced one-way and round-trip flights to many of Alaska's fan favorite destinations are included in the sale. It's important to book by wednesday.