Alaska Airlines Promo Code BOGOTIME Buy One Get One Free

For a limited time, Alaska Airlines is offering travelers a buy one get one free ticket promotion. With middle seats blocked off, this is your chance to get a whole row of seats for the price of one ticket!

Ninja Update 9/20/21: New promo code BOGOTIME between any Alaska Airlines cities!

Ninja Update 2/7/21: Back again with promo code LETSGO. Valid this time for travel to and from Hawaii, Mexico, or Costa Rica.

Ninja Update 12/9/20: Deal is back. Book by December 9, 2020 and fly any time during 2021 (but only for flights to and from California)! No promo code needed.

Ninja Update 9/16/20: Extended through 9/16/20 – new promo code is GETYOURROW.

Alaska Airlines Buy One Get One Offer

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Alaska Airlines has launched a BOGO ticket offer where you can buy one ticket and get the second ticket free (pay only the taxes and fees):

  • Book by September 20, 2021
  • Fly by October 5, 2021 – December 15, 2021
  • Blackout Dates: November 18-29, 2021

How To Get Alaska Airlines BOGO Deal

  1. In the booking form on this page, enter your departure and arrival cities, dates, and at least 2 travelers.
    • Discount valid between any Alaska Airlines cities (excluding Prudhoe Bay) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. Travel on days of week not listed above, solo travel, or in First Class will be discounted at 10%.
    • Travel to Hawaii, Mexico, Costa Rica, or Belize is valid Sundays through Wednesdays.
    • Travel from Hawaii, Mexico, Costa Rica or Belize is valid Tuesdays through Fridays.
  2. Enter BOGOTIME into the discount code field, and then click “Find flights” to start your search.

Middle Row Block

What’s interesting about this is that Alaska Airlines has blocked the middle seat from being booked through October 31, 2020 due to COVID-19.

This means for the price of one ticket, you’ll get the entire row for yourself and whoever you’re traveling with!

This is part of “Next-Level Care”, an initiative that Alaska created to make people feel more comfortable flying during these strange times:

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Terms & Conditions

  • Discount: Buy one coach class ticket at the regular price and get a second ticket for just the taxes. Discount code is valid for 50% off coach base fare levels published at alaskaair.com.
  • Valid for itineraries a minimum of 2 and maximum of 7 people, traveling together and booked and ticketed at the same time in the same reservation and at the same fare; valid for one-way or round-trip travel.
  • If the itinerary is canceled or changed, any refund or credit issued will be for the discounted price for each ticket.
  • Fare basis code information can be found in the section entitled “View Fare and Baggage Rule” on the Itinerary and Price Summary page.
  • Fare types that are ineligible for this discount may be lower than other fares with discount code applied. One discount allowed per reservation. Discount not valid on all fares, including but not limited to Mileage Plan Award Reservations, Alaska Airlines Vacation packages, tour or contract fares, and many privately filed fares.
  • Any Discount Code value remaining after purchase is forfeited.

The Bottom Line

Interesting BOGO offer from Alaska Airlines.

Airlines, like hotels, are struggling to attract customers back as the travel industry recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.

In normal times, people would jump all over offers like this.

As far as I can remember, the only previous method to get a Buy One Get One ticket is through the Bank of America Alaska Airlines credit card. One of the benefits on that card is an annual BOGO voucher that has a one year expiration date.

About John Pham

John Pham is a personal finance expert, serial entrepreneur, and founder of The Money Ninja. He has also been fortunate enough to have appeared in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and U.S. News & World Report. John has a B.S. in Entrepreneurship and a Masters in Business Administration, both from the University of New Hampshire.

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Leslie
Leslie
3 years ago

It was on the news that today was the last day