If you need more Alaska Airlines miles, take a look at Alaska Airlines’ latest buy miles promotion!
Through October 5, 2017, Alaska Airlines is targeting folks to earn up to a 50% bonus when buying Alaska Airlines miles. So check your Alaska Airlines account to see which bonus you’ve been targeted for!
I’ll give you the details of this promotion. And help you decide whether it’s worth buying miles for an upcoming trip!
Buy Alaska Airlines Miles Bonus 2017
For example, some folks have been targeted to earn:
- 0% bonus on a purchase of 1,000 to 9,000 Alaska Airlines miles
- 20% bonus on a purchase of 10,000 to 19,000 Alaska Airlines miles
- 35% bonus on a purchase of 20,000 to 39,000 Alaska Airlines miles
- 50% bonus on a purchase of 40,000 to 60,000 Alaska Airlines miles
You can buy up to 60,000 Alaska Airlines miles per transaction (not including the bonus). And there’s no limit to the total number of miles you can buy. So do the math to see what makes sense for your particular situation!
If you were targeted to earn a 50% bonus and bought 40,000 Alaska Airlines miles, you’d pay ~$1,182 (including taxes and fees) for a total of 60,000 Alaska Airlines miles. So you’d pay ~1.97 cents per mile ($1,182 / 60,000 miles).
That’s not a mind-blowing value, so this deal is likely only worth it for folks who need to top off their account for a particular award ticket. Or who want to fly Business or First Class at a discount!
For example, if you bought 54,000 Alaska Airlines miles, you’d receive 27,000 bonus miles, and pay a total of ~$1,596.
That’s enough for a one-way First Class flight from the US to Sydney on Cathay Pacific. That same ticket can easily cost $6,000+!
Remember, you can use Alaska Airlines miles for flights on their partner airlines, like British Airways, Delta, and Cathay Pacific. And make sure to read this post about how to use fewer miles for short flights with Alaska Airlines’ new award chart!
Alaska Airlines is targeting folks to earn up to a 50% bonus when buying Alaska Airlines miles through October 5, 2017.
While this is a nice discount, I still recommend folks only buy miles if they have a certain award flight in mind. Or if you want to fly in comfortable Business or First Class seats at a steep discount.
Will you take advantage of this targeted Alaska Airlines bonus? Let me know in the comments!