Alaska Airlines Second Ticket Free (Entire Row) Through October 31, 2020 (Book By August 9)

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Alaska Airlines launched an exciting campaign late last week that ends today. You get a second ticket for the actual taxes/airport fees.

Alaska also promises to keep the middle seat free, so you get the entire row for the price of one ticket on travel through October 31, 2020, if book by August 9.

You can access this offer on Alaska’s website here.

Note that you must use promotional code GETTHEROW at the time of making the booking. The code is not valid on First Class or Saver fares.

It is not valid on Friday and Sunday travel.

Conclusion

Airlines should do whatever they can to stimulate demand, but it may not help if people don’t want to travel and when there are possible quarantine requirements in place (even within the United States).

Here are the terms and conditions of this offer:

Buy one coach class ticket at the regular price and get a second ticket on the same flight for just the taxes and fees. Discount code is valid for 50% off Main base fare levels published at alaskaair.com. Valid for itineraries with exactly two people, traveling together and booked and ticketed at the same time in the same reservation and at the same fare; valid for one-way or round-trip travel. Not valid on Saver or First Class fares.

Discount code is valid between all Alaska Airlines cities, excluding Prudhoe Bay (SCC). Not all flights operate on all days. Discount does not apply to government-imposed taxes and airport fees. Cannot be combined with other promotions. Discount code must be applied towards purchase of ticket by 11:59 pm PT on August 9, 2020.

Travel is valid now through October 31, 2020. Travel to Hawaii or Mexico is valid Sunday through Thursday, travel from Hawaii or Mexico is valid Monday through Friday, and travel between all other cities is valid Monday through Thursday, and Saturday.

Valid for new ticket purchases only.  If the itinerary is canceled or changed, any refund or credit issued will be for the discounted price for each ticket.

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