Alaska Airlines Cyber Monday sale — From $29 one-way and cheap flights to Hawaii
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Alaska Airlines sales, like this one, can be a great opportunity to make use of your Alaska Airlines companion fare while paying as little out of pocket as possible.
Right now you can book one-way flights starting at $29 until Dec. 4th. There are also cheap flights to Hawaii from the West Coast from $129 each way.
Alaska Airlines Cyber Monday sale
Book by: Dec. 4th 2019 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time
Travel dates: Jan. 7th 2020 to March 11th 2020.
Restrictions: Blackout dates apply from Feb. 12th to 23rd 2020. Travel is valid for Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Saturdays.
Routes include one-way coach flights from:
- Chicago to Seattle for $79
- San Francisco to Honolulu, Kona or Maui for $129
- Los Angeles to San Jose for $29
- San Diego to Honolulu or Kauai for $129
- and more
Sale link: Alaska Airlines Cyber Monday sale
If you find a flight that fits your travel plans, don’t forget to use a rewards credit card that earns miles for your purchase, like The Platinum Card® from American Express which earns you 5x Amex Membership Rewards points for flights booked directly with airlines or through American Express Travel. And both of the Alaska Airlines Visa Signature® credit card and the Alaska Airlines Visa® Business credit card earn 3x miles on Alaska Airlines miles purchases.
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