While you might've set your clocks ahead an hour, Alaska Airlines has set its Daylight Savings sale ahead another week, so March-forward this spring with fares starting as low as $25 one-way, with no nonstop tickets above $99 one-way.

Yep, you read that right – flights across America, up to Alaska, and even over to Hawaii, which we've posted here are all under $198 roundtrip! Travel is valid through June, and you can book with confidence if your travel plans change with Alaska's current waiver on fees.

Other major carriers such as American, Delta, Hawaiian, JetBlue, Southwest, and United often price match along many of the routes, so make sure to compare to find the best deal for your spring getaway.

Travel Availability

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 24 - June 10, 2020.
  • Travel Days of the Week: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays for most routes.
  • Blackout Dates: May 21 - May 25, 2020.

Click on the fare details below for more booking info.

Sale Period

Tickets must be purchased by Monday, March 16, 2020, at 11:59 pm PDT.

Sample Fares

All fares are nonstop and also work in the reverse direction.

Cross-Country Flights on Sale

Flights to Alaska on Sale

Flights to Hawaii on Sale

Baggage

These fares include one carry-on bag plus one small personal item. Checked bag fees start at $30 each way.

Seat Assignments

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

Alternate Fares

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.

A few routes may have lower fares on connecting flights or for travel on ultra-low-cost carriers like Allegiant, Frontier, Spirit, or Sun Country.

Example Booking

As an example, I found seats departing Philadelphia PHL on Saturday, May 9, returning from Seattle SEA on Wednesday, May 13, 2020, for $197 roundtrip.

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