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Alaska Airlines One-Way Flights Sale: San Diego, CA to Kona, Hawaii EXPIRED

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Alaska Airlines is Offering Select One Way Flights to Select Destinations on sale from $39 when you Select Saver Fares. Sale is valid for Travel from September 7 through November 17 and November 30 through December 15. Tickets must be purchased by August 5, 2021.

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Note, you may filter by departure city under drop down menu on page

Example Destinations (prices below are for "Saver" Fares:
  • San Diego, CA (SAN) to Kona, Hawaii (KOA) from $99
  • Los Angeles, CA (LAX) to Fresno, CA (FAT) from $39
  • San Francisco, CA (SFO) to Salt Lake City, Utah (SLC) from $49
  • San Jose, CA (SJC) to San Diego, CA (SAN) from $39
  • New York - JFK (JFK) to San Francisco, CA (SFO) from $99
  • Portland, Oregon (PDX) to San Jose, CA (SJC) from $49
  • Dallas, Texas (DFW) to Seattle, Washington (SEA) from $89
  • Ketchikan, Alaska (KTN) to Seattle, Washington (SEA) from $99
  • Seattle, Washington (SEA) to Spokane, Washington (GEG) from $49
  • Los Angeles, CA (LAX) to Washington D.C. - Dulles (IAD) from $99

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Offer Terms:
  • Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or all days.
  • If nonstop service is offered during the advertised travel period, the advertised fare applies to the nonstop flights only.
  • Bag fees apply for checked baggage. An additional VAT fee from $2.15 (CAD) per bag for bags checked in Canada may apply. For travel solely within the state of Alaska, customers may check up to three bags free of charge. Additional fees apply to check more than three bags or overweight or oversized items.
  • These fares are nonrefundable and are only available on flights marketed by Alaska Airlines for travel on Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air, or SkyWest.
  • Changes are not allowed on Saver fares, outside of our 24 hour cancellation policy.
  • In addition to the advertised fares which include taxes, fees, and charges in U.S. dollars, passengers departing San Jose or Liberia airports will be subject to a $29 (USD) departure tax, to be collected at the airport.
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Must purchase by August 5th.

One you're in the website, select your departure city for all available "Saver" deals.

Terms and conditions:
Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or all days.
Changes are not allowed on Saver fares, outside of our 24 hour cancellation policy.

https://www.alaskaair.com/content...fall-sale?
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Rental cars are nonexistent in Hawaii so do keep that in mind
https://www.alaskaair.com/content...:FareSales
Link to more sale info and search by departure city.
Use Turo. I was just there and worked perfectly.

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wow I never got to fly alaska and I guess I never will. Priced out a flight I was doing for our Christmas family get together and on flights.google.com I ended up with 1700-2000, on Alaska? 7500
Alaska is a nice airline if you get a deal with them. One of the few airlines still allowing carry ons for free and great customer service. Youu will usually find the best deals with airlines that use your airport as a hub. I personally prefer using Kayak to search for flights; it has better filter customizations like landing/takeoff times.
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Alaska is a nice airline if you get a deal with them. One of the few airlines still allowing carry ons for free and great customer service. Youu will usually find the best deals with airlines that use your airport as a hub.
wait, since when did airlines charge for carry ons? I thought a carry on was always free on every airline?
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wait, since when did airlines charge for carry ons? I thought a carry on was always free on every airline?
It's free for most airlines on the upgraded classes. You better check your ticket. Even JetBlue just started charging for carry-ons on their Basic Economy starting April 1st (no, it wasn't a joke).
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It's free for most airlines on the upgraded classes. You better check your ticket. Even JetBlue just started charging for carry-ons on their Basic Economy starting April 1st (no, it wasn't a joke).
thanks for this info, I had no idea and I guess that's just another $$$ to factor into flying. Hard to fly 5x people around with all these fees.
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wait, since when did airlines charge for carry ons? I thought a carry on was always free on every airline?
It's their new scam just like gas prices from the interstate..U get to the pump and you find out to get that price you have to pay cash. Airlines trick people into booking flights at a ridiculously low price and then charge 30 to $70 for your carry-on(each way) and some charge for checked baggage as well. the only thing they don't charge for these days is your personal item which is the size of a backpack
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It's literally cheaper to mail you're clothes to your destination and mail them back when you're done. I saved $7 each way by doing that when I flew to Denver in November. That included tracking and insurance
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wait, since when did airlines charge for carry ons? I thought a carry on was always free on every airline?
Since there was this pandemic thing going around...it was weird, people were quarantined, couldn't travel (which really killed the whole flying thing), were told to wear these really freaking ugly masks, had to stay 6 feet away from other people...total drag brah.

Cheers,
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Since there was this pandemic thing going around...it was weird, people were quarantined, couldn't travel (which really killed the whole flying thing), were told to wear these really freaking ugly masks, had to stay 6 feet away from other people...total drag brah.

Cheers,
in all honesty, there were a lot of people that looked way better wearing a mask than without. But I get what you mean.
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I like how clearly laid out terms and conditions are considered scammy and trickery because people refuse to do their due diligence. Yup, sounds about right. Illiteracy is a real problem in this country.
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wow I never got to fly alaska and I guess I never will. Priced out a flight I was doing for our Christmas family get together and on flights.google.com I ended up with 1700-2000, on Alaska? 7500
1. Subject deal is for midweek flights through December 15 (read the T&Cs).
2. MUCH too early to start looking for deals on Holiday travel; sweet spot is typically ~40 days out
3. Good luck finding a deal on any domestic holiday travel - record number of leisure travelers, airlines don't have enough staff
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First time I flew Alaskan was in 2019 on a trip from KC to San Diego. Everyone had always raved about them and I found a smoking deal I couldnt pass up. Had flight delays in both directions and was left with a pretty bad first impression of the airline. Maybe it was just bad luck but I dont see all the hype.
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It's literally cheaper to mail you're clothes to your destination and mail them back when you're done. I saved $7 each way by doing that when I flew to Denver in November. That included tracking and insurance
Are you mailing them to a hotel or airbnb?
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