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Alaska Air: 3-Day Fall One Way Flights to Select Cities Sale EXPIRED

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Alaska Air.com is hosting their Fall 3-Day Alaska Air Sale on select One Way Flights to Select Cities listed below from $49. Thanks serra

Note, must booked by August 9, 2018 and travel from September 11, 2018 through March 6, 2019.

Example One-Way Flights (you may select more when you use the drop down city menu)
  • From San Jose (SJC) to Burbank (BUR) $49
  • From San Francisco (SFO) to Albuquerque (ABQ) $59
  • From Portland (PDX) to Las Vegas (LAS) $74
  • From Seattle (SEA) to Victoria (YYJ) $74
  • From Los Angeles (LAX) to Puerto Vallarta (PVR) $129
  • From San Diego (SAN) to Kona (KOA) $179
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Alaska's Economy fares are all regular, main cabin fares. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or all days. Bag fees apply for checked baggage. Offer valid through August 9, 2018. Refer to the forum thread for additional details - Discombobulated

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For 3 days only, save on flights travelling between Sept 11 thru March 6, 2019 on Alaska Airlines. Alaska's economy fares are all regular, main cabin fares (not that basic economy BS).

Alaska Airlines [alaskaair.com]
Book by Aug 9, 2018
Travel September 11, 2018 - March 6, 2019

Here are some samples from the website. There are more, you just have to select originating city to see them.

From San Francisco (SFO) to Albuquerque (ABQ) $59 one way
From San Jose (SJC) to Burbank (BUR) $49 one way
From San Diego (SAN) to Kona (KOA) $179 one way
From Portland (PDX) to Las Vegas (LAS) $74 one way
From Los Angeles (LAX) to Puerto Vallarta (PVR) $129 one way
From Seattle (SEA) to Victoria (YYJ) $74 one way
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As a frequent flyer of AS, not sure what the gripes are. I've logged 55k miles so far this year and not once have I felt unsafe. I rarely have a bad customer service interaction, all of the -900s have new and up to date interiors. Yes -800s are due for an update and they are getting them. Alaska this fall is refreshing the interiors of all of their planes. The q400s are being phased out with the E75s replacing them. Now those are comfy planes. You want a horrible interior..hop on an American aircraft. As for Virgin, yes those seats were amazing, but ultimately Virgins business model wasnt sustainable. As for Employees..the remote sites where they only have a few flights are all contract employees and not actual AS staff. Those are where Ive always had the worst interactions.
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Yes, about a 6 hour wait
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Finally some decent flights from Love Field!
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This Alaskan Air takeover of Virgin is not good for the consumer. I remember the Virgin America planes and gates were modern, with beautiful lighting and livery, and hipness. The last time I took Alaskan Air to LAX 5 months ago, after the merger. it was like I was back in the Soviet-era. The colors were drab blue and faded, the logo even looked Siberian. The whole scene was depressing. Thankfully, the plane had not been reverted to Alaskan's color scheme.

Alaskan is idiotic for killing such an effective marketing tool and destroying so much goodwill value within Virgin.
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This Alaskan Air takeover of Virgin is not good for the consumer. I remember the Virgin America planes and gates were modern, with beautiful lighting and livery, and hipness. The last time I took Alaskan Air to LAX 5 months ago, after the merger. it was like I was back in the Soviet-era. The colors were drab blue and faded, the logo even looked Siberian. The whole scene was depressing. Thankfully, the plane had not been reverted to Alaskan's color scheme.

Alaskan is idiotic for killing such an effective marketing tool and destroying so much goodwill value within Virgin.
I stopped flying Alaska in 2002 due to a perception that employee morale was so low that it was not safe to fly. I recently traveled with Alaska for the first time since then and have noticed not much improvement, although individual employees were identifiable as being substantially better than most; it depended entirely on their attitude, which varied wildly from employee to employee. FAs were the worst of all, though I did not have to check in so I didn't get a taste of what it's like at the counter.

The return flight was on an unconverted Virgin hull and it was more comfortable and pleasant in "steerage" than the premium upgrade was on the outbound on Alaska equipment.

If you really want to see what a class act SWA are, try taking a spin on Alaska.
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Too bad there's nothing from IAD.
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If you want round trip, how do you take advantage of this?

Edit: Nvm I see it shows return flights as well.
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As a frequent flyer of AS, not sure what the gripes are. I've logged 55k miles so far this year and not once have I felt unsafe. I rarely have a bad customer service interaction, all of the -900s have new and up to date interiors. Yes -800s are due for an update and they are getting them. Alaska this fall is refreshing the interiors of all of their planes. The q400s are being phased out with the E75s replacing them. Now those are comfy planes. You want a horrible interior..hop on an American aircraft. As for Virgin, yes those seats were amazing, but ultimately Virgins business model wasnt sustainable. As for Employees..the remote sites where they only have a few flights are all contract employees and not actual AS staff. Those are where Ive always had the worst interactions.
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Dang it...$179 to Kauai. Will power, please!
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This Alaskan Air takeover of Virgin is not good for the consumer. I remember the Virgin America planes and gates were modern, with beautiful lighting and livery, and hipness. The last time I took Alaskan Air to LAX 5 months ago, after the merger. it was like I was back in the Soviet-era. The colors were drab blue and faded, the logo even looked Siberian. The whole scene was depressing. Thankfully, the plane had not been reverted to Alaskan's color scheme.

Alaskan is idiotic for killing such an effective marketing tool and destroying so much goodwill value within Virgin.
I completely agree.

Alaska suck! + Virgin rock! = Consumers suffer!
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Please no one way flights to the SF bay area. Round trips only.
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I stopped flying Alaska in 2002 due to a perception that employee morale was so low that it was not safe to fly. I recently traveled with Alaska for the first time since then and have noticed not much improvement, although individual employees were identifiable as being substantially better than most; it depended entirely on their attitude, which varied wildly from employee to employee. FAs were the worst of all, though I did not have to check in so I didn't get a taste of what it's like at the counter.

The return flight was on an unconverted Virgin hull and it was more comfortable and pleasant in "steerage" than the premium upgrade was on the outbound on Alaska equipment.

If you really want to see what a class act SWA are, try taking a spin on Alaska.
Actually, Alaskan always ranks as the top domestic carrier. (not much of an accomplishment really when pitted against the rest of the trash (United, Spirit, American, Delta)

However, my point wasn't so much the quality of customer service from the employees. Just the ugliness of the gates and airplanes and logo. Which I guess is part of the customer service too.
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