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Promoted 03-27-2018 by persian_mafia at 05:56 PM View Original Post
Alaska Airlines offers One Way Flights to Select Cities from $49. Thanks serra

Note, book by 11:59 pm PST on April 2, 2018 for travel Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from April 17 - May 23, 2018.

Example one-way flights:
  • Los Angeles (LAX) to San Jose (SJC) $49
  • San Jose (SJC) to San Diego (SAN) $49
  • Seattle (SEA) to Denver (DEN) $69
  • San Diego (SAN) to Dallas - Love Field (DAL) $79
  • Dallas - Love Field (DAL) to San Diego (SAN) $79
  • Boston (BOS) to San Diego (SAN) $119
  • Seattle (SEA) to Detroit (DTW) $125
  • Seattle (SEA) to Kauai (LIH) $219

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Fare requires advance purchase 21 days prior to travel. Baggage fees apply (more info). -persian_mafia

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Alaska Airlines [alaskaair.com]
Book by 11:59 pm (PT) on April 2, 2018
Advance Purchase: 21 Days
Travel Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from April 17, 2018 - May 23, 2018

Sample deals:

From San Diego (SAN) to Dallas - Love Field (DAL) $79 one way
From Seattle (SEA) to Denver (DEN) $69 one way
From Seattle (SEA) to Detroit (DTW) $125 one way
From Seattle (SEA) to Kauai (LIH) $219 one way
From Dallas - Love Field (DAL) to San Diego (SAN) $79 one way
From San Jose (SJC) to San Diego (SAN) $49 one way
From Boston (BOS) to San Diego (SAN) $119 one way
From Los Angeles (LAX) to San Jose (SJC) $49 one way

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do they have a free checked bag or is it like the low cost carriers?

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yes, charge for the first bag
https://www.alaskaair.com/content...ecked-bags

Standard bag fees First bag Second bag Third + additional bags *restrictions apply
for bags that weigh up to 50 lbs and have a maximum dimension of 62" (linear). $25 $25 $75 each
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do they have a free checked bag or is it like the low cost carriers?

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yes, charge for the first bag
https://www.alaskaair.com/content...ecked-bags

Standard bag fees First bag Second bag Third + additional bags *restrictions apply
for bags that weigh up to 50 lbs and have a maximum dimension of 62" (linear). $25 $25 $75 each

Alaska allows 24" bags as carry on. More than enough space for short trips.
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is it just me or is the deal just meh???
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do they have a free checked bag or is it like the low cost carriers?

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yes, charge for the first bag
https://www.alaskaair.com/content...ecked-bags [alaskaair.com]

Standard bag fees First bag Second bag Third + additional bags *restrictions apply
for bags that weigh up to 50 lbs and have a maximum dimension of 62" (linear). $25 $25 $75 each
No domestic carrier outside of Southwest offers a free checked bag on domestic flights.

A normal economy fare includes a personal item, carry-on, seat selection and a drink + snack.

Low cost carriers only give you the personal item and charge you for a carry-on (overhead compartment), seat selection and most dont offer drink+snacks.

Then you have "basic economy" fares which, like low-cost carriers, only give you a personal item. But the on-the-plane, experience is like a normal economy ticket.
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Looks like mid-week only, for both departure and return.

*EDIT* Look at a future date.. like may, june. More open slots.
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No domestic carrier outside of Southwest offers a free checked bag on domestic flights.

A normal economy fare includes a personal item, carry-on, seat selection and a drink + snack.

Low cost carriers only give you the personal item and charge you for a carry-on (overhead compartment), seat selection and most dont offer drink+snacks.

Then you have "basic economy" fares which, like low-cost carriers, only give you a personal item. But the on-the-plane, experience is like a normal economy ticket.
Thanks for the info...for the obvious I've been sticking to southwest for personal trips
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do they have a free checked bag or is it like the low cost carriers?

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yes, charge for the first bag
https://www.alaskaair.com/content...ecked-bags

Standard bag fees First bag Second bag Third + additional bags *restrictions apply
for bags that weigh up to 50 lbs and have a maximum dimension of 62" (linear). $25 $25 $75 each
If you have an Alaska Airlines Signature Visa card you get 1 free checked bag.
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Then you have "basic economy" fares which, like low-cost carriers, only give you a personal item. But the on-the-plane, experience is like a normal economy ticket.
But one good trick is that if you have the airline credit card, a basic economy ticket basically turns into normal economy with the exception of seat selection and certain elite accruals. I believe on AA, United, and Delta, having the respective credit card still gets you priority boarding, the second carry-on, and a checked bag even on basic economy fares. (In the case of the United card, you have to have actually booked with the card)
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But one good trick is that if you have the airline credit card, a basic economy ticket basically turns into normal economy with the exception of seat selection and certain elite accruals. I believe on AA, United, and Delta, having the respective credit card still gets you priority boarding, the second carry-on, and a checked bag even on basic economy fares. (In the case of the United card, you have to have actually booked with the card)
Yep here's a good article about that: https://thepointsguy.com/2017/01/...-airlines/

Although, Alaska Air doesn't have basic economy anyways. Great airline and the best loyalty plan. Delta definitely is starting to fight back (esp in Seattle) w/ their domestic flight service, but their loyalty plan is price-based (boo!)
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Many thanks op!
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No domestic carrier outside of Southwest offers a free checked bag on domestic flights.

A normal economy fare includes a personal item, carry-on, seat selection and a drink + snack.

Low cost carriers only give you the personal item and charge you for a carry-on (overhead compartment), seat selection and most dont offer drink+snacks.

Then you have "basic economy" fares which, like low-cost carriers, only give you a personal item. But the on-the-plane, experience is like a normal economy ticket.
Spirit should have it's own category... Their seats don't even recline Smilie)
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Spirit should have it's own category... Their seats don't even recline Smilie)
I think they charged me for water...wth?
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do they have a free checked bag or is it like the low cost carriers?

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yes, charge for the first bag
https://www.alaskaair.com/content...ecked-bags

Standard bag fees First bag Second bag Third + additional bags *restrictions apply
for bags that weigh up to 50 lbs and have a maximum dimension of 62" (linear). $25 $25 $75 each
I don't think anyone offers a free checked bag with an economy ticket but I may be wrong.
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