Great sale on AA from USA to Europe
Alaska Airlines is promoting Racecations by partnering with several races and giving discounts on race registration and/or air travel.
I’m always a little leery when I receive notification from an airline or hotel chain or their loyalty programs announcing changes or enhancements, because, more often than not, those improvements are really devaluations. Today, I received an email from Alaska Airlines titled Something New is in the Air. Although I no longer have status with … Read More
[Possibly targeted]. I received an email today containing a promotional offer on my Bank of America Alaska Airlines Visa Card EARN 2 ADDITIONAL MILES FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND ON QUALIFYING HOTEL AND CAR RENTAL PURCHASES through March 31, 2016 The email further provides: Activate this bonus offer and earn 2 additional miles (up to 2,500 bonus … Read More
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – Alaska Airlines is the nicest airline I’ve encountered (though I must admit the Customer Service team of American Airlines is pretty nice too). This year, I held MVP Gold 75K status with Alaska Airlines as a result of a status match. Alaska Airlines continues to … Read More
Offer from Bank of America for Alaska Airlines Credit Card holders: bonus points for redeeming miles for travel and free checked luggage
On a scale of 1-10 Wonderful, Alaska Airlines keeps hitting 11!
Plan a RACECATION with Alaska Airlines and Brooks Running (manufacturer of fabulous running apparel and shoes)! Now this is the kind of announcement I like! Specifically, Alaska Airlines is encouraging people to go on a RACECATION, defined as: a trip or vacation in which the destination is chosen based on running a race. They’ve partnered … Read More
Alaska Airlines’ customer service truly rocks! I missed an expiration date on an important promotion, but they agreed to honor it! Do other airlines do that?
I recently flew round-trip from New York, JFK to Delhi, India on Emirates Airlines (see, I Sat in Coach on an Emirates A380 Flight and it Didn’t Suck!). I credited the trip to Alaska Airlines, and received over 26,000 Alaska Air miles. Let me explain. 1. Emirates is a partner of Alaska Airlines Emirates … Read More