Alaska Airlines is listing over 165 routes on sale, pricing starting at $49 one-way or $98 roundtrip. Travel availability is March through May, though on off-peak travel days Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. The booking deadline is a long one as the sale will be around through February 10.
The advertised travel period and travel days of the week are listed below. Some routes have low fares outside of these dates and/or for travel on other days of the week.
- Travel Period: March 3 through May 20.
- Travel Days of the Week: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays for most routes.
- Travel to/from Hawaii: Mondays through Thursdays.
Travel days on international routes and specific domestic markets (like Florida and New Orleans) vary depending on when service is offered and the direction of travel. Click on the fare details below for more booking info.
Tickets must be purchased at least 21 days before departure and by Monday, February 10 at 11:59 pm PT.
All fares are nonstop and also work in the reverse direction.
These fares include one carry-on bag, plus one small personal item. Checked bag fees start at $30 each way.
Saver Fares allow for limited seat selection in the back of the aircraft. However, finding seats next to a travel partner may be difficult on some routes. If you choose not to select a seat, one will be assigned to you during check-in.
Related: How to Fly Alaska Airlines
Alaska's Main fares are usually around $10-$35 more each way and include a wider selection of seats to choose from and allow ticket changes/upgrades for a fee. Checked bag fees are the same $30 each way.
Other major airlines that are matching are mostly Basic Economy fares with similar restrictions. The main difference is that United's Basic Economy only includes a small personal item. Southwest does not sell Basic Economy and includes two free checked bags.
As an example, I found seats departing San Francisco SFO on March 2 returning from Everett on March 5 for $112.30 roundtrip, which is cheaper than the listed price of $138. Compare rates because flights may be less expensive than Alaska features.