Alaska Makes Change To Price Guarantee


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Alaska’s guaranteed airfare credit will be no longer after August 31, 2018. It is sad to see this customer-friendly policy go. If you plan to book with Alaska anytime soon, you may want to do so before the September 1st cutoff to protect yourself in the event of a price drop.

Alaska Makes Change To Price Guarantee

If you book a flight with us before September 1, 2018 and then find a cheaper fare on our site, you can request a refund or credit.

  1. Purchase an Alaska Airlines flight here at alaskaair.com on or before August 31, 2018.
  2. Find the same flight and itinerary for less on alaskaair.com at any time before your departure.
  3. Use our automated process to claim a guaranteed airfare credit.

We’ll refund you the difference in price or give you a credit for use toward your next Alaska Airlines flight purchase.

Bottom Line

Alaska’s guaranteed airfare credit will no longer be offered after August 31, 2018.

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Comments

  1. I suppose the headline, “Alaska Makes Change to Price Guarantee” is technically correct, but wouldn’t something like, “Alaska Abandons Price Guarantee,” have been more direct?

    Then again, I head read this news days ago on other sites and your headline made me believe that there might be some hope that Alaska was only “changing” its policy and not ending it. So I did click here…

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