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If you’re looking to head to Hawaii or Mexico and want to save $50 off your next flight, Alaska Airlines has got you covered with their latest promotion for California residents. This is valid for travel for April 1 through June 30, 2015, and September 8 through November 19, 2015.
Here’s How It Works
- Join Mileage Plan™.
- Receive your Mileage Plan™ welcome email. (Please allow up to 48 hours)
- Redeem your $50 discount by using the
Save Now link in the email.
Terms and Conditions:
*Offer Terms: The $50 Discount Code offer is valid for new Mileage Plan™ member sign-ups only. Must be a resident of California to qualify. Offer is valid for new member sign-ups between April 1, 2015, and July 24, 2015. Please allow 48 hours for Discount Code to be delivered via email.
Discount Code Terms: Valid for new ticket purchases only at alaskaair.com. One person per Discount Code. The recipient of the Discount Code must be the traveler. Discount Code is valid for $50 off all published fares at alaskaair.com. Discount Code must be ticketed by August 24, 2015. Discount Code is valid for travel April 1 through June 30, 2015, and September 8 through November 19, 2015. Discount Code may be used for travel departing from California to any Alaska Airlines city in Hawaii or Mexico. Taxes, Fees and Surcharges: Passenger is responsible for all applicable taxes, fees, and surcharges, including checked baggage fees. All rules of alaskaair.com and the applicable published fare not mentioned within these terms and conditions apply. Travel is subject to Alaska Airlines contract of carriage. Other restrictions may apply and Alaska Airlines reserves the right to suspend or change this offer without notice.
If you’re looking to head to Hawaii or Mexico from California, you may want to sign-up for this offer. While I don’t recommend it, whose to say you can ‘t just put a California address when you sign-up and change it later.
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