(EXPIRED) Alaska BOGO Deal: Transcontinental Flights For 2 For Less Than $60 Per Person (Flights On 2/29 & 3/3 Only)

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It seems to be the day for airline flight promos. In addition to the Norwegian deal for 20% off, Alaska Airlines has launched a promotion offering Buy One Get One free tickets. When buying a ticket for one passenger, a second passenger can travel for free (other than paying for taxes and fees) when using promo code LEAPDAY. There are some key limitations though – you have to book today and the offer is only valid for flights on February 29 and March 3.

Alaska Airlines BOGO

The Deal

  • Buy one Alaska Airlines Leap Day non-stop flight & get one for just the taxes and fees.
  • Direct link to offer.

Key Terms

  • Discount code is valid for 50% off coach base fare levels published at alaskaair.com. Valid for itineraries with exactly two 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.
  • Discount code is valid only between cities listed above. Discount does not apply to government-imposed taxes and airport fees. Cannot be combined with other promotions. Discount code must be applied towards purchase of ticket by 11:59 pm PT on February 11, 2020.
  • Travel is valid on February 29, and March 3, 2020, only. Not all flights operate both days.
  • Valid for new ticket purchases only.  If the itinerary is canceled or changed, any refund or credit issued will be for the discounted price for each ticket.
  • This offer applies to flights between:
    • Albuquerque (ABQ) to Portland (PDX) or Seattle (SEA)
    • Anchorage (ANC) to Bethel (BET), Cordova (CDG), Fairbanks (FAI), Juneau (JNU), Kodiak (ADQ), Kotzebue (OTZ), Nome (OME), or Phoenix (PHX)
    • Atlanta (ATL) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Austin (AUS) to Portland (PDX), San Diego (SAN), San Francisco (SFO), San Jose (SJC), or Seattle (SEA)
    • Baltimore (BWI) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Bellingham (BLI) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Bend (RDM) to Portland (PDX) or Seattle (SEA)
    • Bethel (BET) to Anchorage (ANC)
    • Billings (BIL) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Boise (BOI) to Portland (PDX), Seattle (SEA), or Spokane (GEG)
    • Boston (BOS) to Los Angeles (LAX), San Diego (SAN), or San Francisco (SFO)
    • Burbank (BUR) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Chicago (ORD) to Los Angeles (LAX), Portland (PDX), San Francisco (SFO), or Seattle (SEA)
    • Cordova (CDG) to Anchorage (ANC) or Yakutat (YAK)
    • Dallas – Ft Worth (DFW) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Dallas – Love Field (DAL) to Los Angeles (LAX)
    • Detroit (DTW) to Seattle (SEA)
    • El Paso (ELP) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Eugene (EUG) to Portland (PDX), or Seattle (SEA)
    • Everett – Paine Field (PAE) to Portland (PDX), or San Diego (SAN)
    • Fairbanks (FAI) to Anchorage (ANC)
    • Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Los Angeles (LAX), or San Francisco (SFO)
    • Fresno (FAT) to Portland (PDX), San Diego (SAN), or Seattle (SEA)
    • Honolulu (HNL) to San Francisco (SFO)
    • Houston (IAH) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Juneau (JNU) to Seattle (SEA), Anchorage (ANC), Ketchikan (KTN), Petersburg (PSG), Sitka (SIT), or Yakutat (YAK)
    • Kalispell (FCA) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Kansas City (MCI) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Kauai (LIH) to Oakland (OAK)
    • Ketchikan (KTN) to Seattle (SEA), Juneau (JNU), Sitka (SIT), or Wrangell (WRG)
    • Kodiak (ADQ) to Anchorage (ANC)
    • Kona (KOA) to Oakland (OAK), Sacramento (SMF), or San Diego (SAN)
    • Kotzebue (OTZ) to Anchorage (ANC) or Nome (OME)
    • Las Vegas (LAS) to San Francisco (SFO) or Seattle (SEA)
    • Los Angeles (LAX) to Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas – Love Field (DAL), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), San Francisco (SFO), San Jose (SJC) or Santa Rosa (STS)
    • Minneapolis (MSP) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Maui (OGG) to Oakland (OAK), San Diego (SAN), or San Jose (SJC)
    • Medford (MFR) to Portland (PDX)
    • Missoula (MSO) to Portland (PDX)
    • New York (JFK) to Portland (PDX), San Francisco (SFO), or Seattle (SEA)
    • Newark (EWR) to Portland (PDX) or Seattle (SEA)
    • Nome (OME) to Anchorage (ANC) or Kotzebue (OTZ)
    • Oakland (OAK) to Kauai (LIH), Kona (KOA), Maui (OGG), or Seattle (SEA)
    • Oklahoma City (OKC) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Omaha (OMA) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Ontario (ONT) to Portland (PDX)
    • Orange County (SNA) to San Francisco (SFO)
    • Orlando (MCO) to San Diego (SAN)
    • Palm Springs (PSP) to San Francisco (SFO) or Seattle (SEA)
    • Petersburg (PSG) to Juneau (JNU) or Wrangell (WRG)
    • Phoenix (PHX) to Anchorage (ANC) or San Francisco (SFO)
    • Pittsburgh (PIT) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Portland (PDX) to Albuquerque (ABQ), Austin (AUS), Bend (RDM), Boise (BOI), Chicago (ORD), Eugene (EUG), Everett – Paine Field (PAE), Fresno (FAT), Medford (MFR), Missoula (MSO), New York (JFK), Newark (EWR), Ontario (ONT), Reno (RNO), San Diego (SAN), San Francisco (SFO), San Jose (SJC), Seattle (SEA), Spokane (GEG), or Washington – Reagan (DCA)
    • Raleigh (RDU) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Reno (RNO) to Portland (PDX), San Jose (SJC), or Seattle (SEA)
    • Sacramento (SMF) to Kona (KOA) or San Diego (SAN)
    • Salt Lake City (SLC) to Seattle (SEA)
    • San Antonio (SAT) to Seattle (SEA)
    • San Diego (SAN) to Austin (AUS), Boston (BOS), Everett – Paine Field (PAE), Fresno (FAT), Kona (KOA), Maui (OGG), Portland (PDX), Orlando (MCO), Sacramento (SMF), San Francisco (SFO), San Jose (SJC), San Luis Obispo (SBP), Seattle (SEA), Spokane (GEG), or Steamboat Springs (HDN)
    • San Francisco (SFO) to Austin (AUS), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Honolulu (HNL), Las Vegas (LAS), Los Angeles (LAX), New York (JFK), Orange County (SNA), Palm Springs (PSP), Phoenix (PHX), Portland (PDX), San Diego (SAN), Seattle (SEA), Washington – Dulles (IAD), or Washington – Reagan (DCA)
    • San Jose (SJC) to Austin (AUS), Los Angeles (LAX), Maui (OGG), Portland (PDX), Reno (RNO), or San Diego (SAN)
    • San Luis Obispo (SBP) to San Diego (SAN)
    • Santa Barbara (SBA) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Santa Rosa (STS) to Los Angeles (LAX)
    • Seattle (SEA) to Albuquerque (ABQ), Atlanta (ATL), Austin (AUS), Baltimore (BWI), Bellingham (BLI), Bend (RDM), Billings (BIL), Boise (BOI), Burbank (BUR), Chicago (ORD), Dallas – Ft Worth (DFW), Detroit (DTW), El Paso (ELP), Eugene (EUG), Fresno (FAT), Houston (IAH), Juneau (JNU), Kalispell (FCA), Kansas City (MCI), Ketchikan (KTN), Las Vegas (LAS), Minneapolis (MSP), New York (JFK), Newark (EWR), Oakland (OAK), Oklahoma City (OKC), Omaha (OMA), Palm Springs (PSP), Pittsburgh (PIT), Portland (PDX), Raleigh (RDU), Reno (RNO), San Antonio (SAT), Salt Lake City (SLC), San Francisco (SFO), San Jose (SJC), Santa Barbara (SBA), Steamboat Springs (HDN), Sun Valley (SUN), Tampa (TPA), Walla Walla (ALW), Wichita (ICT), or Yakima (YKM)
    • Sitka (SIT) to Juneau (JNU) or Ketchikan (KTN)
    • Spokane (GEG) to Boise (BOI), Portland (PDX), or San Diego (SAN)
    • Steamboat Springs (HDN) to San Diego (SAN) or Seattle (SEA)
    • Sun Valley (SUN) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Tampa (TPA) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Walla Walla (ALW) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Washington – Dulles (IAD) to San Francisco (SFO)
    • Washington – Reagan (DCA) to Portland (PDX) or San Francisco (SFO)
    • Wichita (ICT) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Wrangell (WRG) to Ketchikan (KTN) or Petersburg (PSG)
    • Yakima (YKM) to Seattle (SEA)
    • Yakutat (YAK) to Cordova (CDG) or Juneau (JNU)

Quick Thoughts

With this offer only being valid on flights for two people on February 29 and/or March 3, the terms of the promotion are pretty restrictive. The good thing is that February 29 is a Saturday, so this offer could be good if you want to book a quick weekend trip to another city which could be a great opportunity to use up a free night certificate from a hotel credit card, although this offer isn’t available for the return leg if you wanted to head home the next day.

If you can make a long weekend of it though and return on March 3 – or only travel on March 3 – it seems like you can get some even cheaper prices due to it being midweek travel. March 3 is also National Mulled Wine Holiday, National Cold Cuts Day and If Pets Had Thumbs Day, so those are all excellent reasons to celebrate with a quick trip somewhere that Tuesday.

As you can see from the list of city pairings above, there’s a wide range of routes available for this promotion. Although the terms state that it’s only valid on nonstop flights, the LEAPDAY promo code also seems to work on routes with one or two stops, although that might only be if all legs of the route are included in the list above. For example, if you wanted to fly from Tampa to Orange County, it might be possible to fly Tampa>Seattle>San Francisco>Orange County.

There are some great prices available with this promotion considering you’d be flying with Alaska rather than Spirit or Frontier. For example, you could fly from Chicago to Seattle on Saturday February 29 for only $62 per person. Note that this price isn’t $62 for the first passenger with only taxes and fees being added on top for the second passenger. Instead, it would be a total of ~$124 for two people.

Alaska Airlines CHI-SEA

Prices are even cheaper on March 3, with prices from only $51 per person.

Alaska Airlines ORD-SEA 03.03.20

The total of $100.80 is broken down as follows:

Alaska Airlines ORD-SEA Price Breakdown

You can even book transcontinental flights for less than $60 per person, such as from Portland, OR to New York.

Alaska Airlines PDX-NYC

Be quick if either of these dates work for you as these flights have to be booked today (February 11).

h/t reader Hilario

Last updated on February 15th, 2020

About Stephen Pepper

Stephen Pepper is on a 5 year, 50 state road trip with his wife Shae and their dog Truffles. Finding opportunities to earn miles and points is one of the ways they can afford to do this, so he'll try to help you do the same for your own travels.

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