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Select Costco Locations: Alaska Airlines $500 Gift Certificate Expired

(Valid In-Store Only)
+80 Deal Score
Select Costco Wholesale Locations (link for reference only) have for its Members: Alaska Airlines $500 Gift Certificate on sale for $399.99. Valid in-store only [warehouse locator].

Thanks to community member Flfishing13 for sharing this deal.

Note, sale price is valid at select Costco warehouses only (Item# 1507486). There may be in-warehouse limits on the quantity you may purchase.

  • No Travel Restrictions or Blackout Dates
  • No Expiration
  • Only valid at for Alaska Airlines flights

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  • About this deal:
    • Price is $100 lower (20% savings) than the list price.
    • Offer valid while supplies last.
    • See forum thread for deal discussion and locations that our members have found this deal.
  • About this product:
    • Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars based on over 3200 reviews on Costco Wholesale online.
  • About this store:
    • Costco Wholesale return policy may be found here
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Edited April 2, 2022 at 10:32 AM by
Just ran into this at Costco, Alaska Airlines $500 gift card for $399. This is $50 less than their normal price. Sale is good through April 18

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Community Wiki

Last Edited by Zelo April 3, 2022 at 07:43 PM
How to check your local CostCo B&M inventory, the old fashioned way, using a phone and human interaction!

1) Call your local warehouse
2) After the COVID announcement, press option 1
3) Ask if they have item 1507486 in stock or at another nearby warehouse?

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Featured Comments

I bought Delta gift card years ago but never used them. A lot of reasons:

1. Sometimes another airline is cheaper
2. Buying from third-party website is cheaper
3. Amex has offer which requires $300 payment on the credit card etc
4. Buying with airline miles is a better option (especially the fly date is closer).
5. Credit card points (CSR).

it makes me think twice before stocking any airline gift card anymore, considering that I only fly ~4 round trips per year. But I guess for others they may feel the deal is more useful.
For those that don't know, there is an ongoing strike by Alaska Air pilots
Perfect timing for their 100+ cancellations currently.
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