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2-For-1 Valentine’s Day Sales With Cheap Flights to Europe, Asia, Transcontinental, and More

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Emirates and Alaska Airlines are both having 2-for-1 sales in celebration of Valentine’s Day.  There are opportunities to pick up some cheap flights to Europe, Africa, Asia, and some great deals for flying coast to coast.

The Alaska Airlines sale ends today, February 14, 2019, and the Emirates sale is running until February 17, 2019.

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You could pick up some cheap flights to Europe and get away to Milan with this Emirates 2-for-1 sale!

Valentine’s Day Sales With Cheap Flights to Europe, Asia, & Across the US

Here are the details of the promotions.

Emirates Valentine’s Day Sale

Through February 17, 2019, you can book 2 flights for the price of one with Emirates.  This promotion is valid for economy, Business, or First Class tickets.

The deal is valid for travel from:


You can fly from the following US cities:

To these destinations:

Emirates is advertising the cheapest options at just under $800 for 2 people, although who knows – maybe you can find something cheaper.  You can search for flights easily with Google Flights and then book through Emirates.

Some blackout dates and restrictions apply.  You can read all the terms on the official sale page here.

Alaska Airlines Valentine’s Day 2-For-1 Sale

Alaska is having a 2-for-1 sale on select transcontinental flights.  You’ll need to book by today, February 14, 2019, and complete travel by March 14, 2019.

The promotion is valid for flights between

  • San Jose and New York – JFK or Newark
  • San Francisco and Baltimore, Boston, Nashville, New York – JFK or Newark, New Orleans, Philadelphia, or Raleigh
  • Los Angeles and Baltimore, Boston, New York – JFK or Newark
  • San Diego and Baltimore, Boston, or Newark
  • Baltimore and Los Angeles, San Diego, or San Francisco
  • Boston and Los Angeles, San Diego, or San Francisco
  • Nashville and San Francisco
  • New York – JFK and Los Angeles, San Francisco, or San Jose
  • Newark and Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, or San Jose
  • New Orleans and San Francisco
  • Philadelphia and San Francisco
  • Raleigh and San Francisco

Again, you can check Google Flights to find the best prices and then book with Alaska Airlines.  I found flights for as little as $237 round-trip, which is less than $120 per person.

You’ll need to use the code “COAST2COAST” to get the deal.  You can checkout the promotion page here.

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