Grab a $49 flight and get a free lift ticket.
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Ski (or snowboarding in my case) season is just around the corner, and Alaska Airlines is kicking it off with discounted flights to popular ski destinations around the country and big perks like free lift tickets.

I can already feel the fresh powder beneath my board and the adrenaline rush making it down a Blue when I know darn well I should stick to Green trails.

Alaska Airlines shared in a Facebook post, “It’s the PEAK time to plan! Book by 11/11 to land low fares to amazing ski destinations like Jackson Hole, Bozeman, Steamboat Spring, and more!” adding, “Plus, ski FREE at select resorts with your boarding pass.”

Sale highlights:

  • Tickets must be booked by 11:59 pm PST on November 11.

  • Travel offer valid on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays from December 1 – March 15, 2023.

  • Travelers with an Alaska boarding pass will be able to ski for free at several different ski resorts along the West Coast (typically on the day of their arrival or departure).

  • Tickets must be purchased at least 21 days before travel. Blackout dates apply (Dec. 15 to Jan. 8, 2023, and from Feb. 16, 2023, to Feb. 27, 2023).

Some low-cost flight fares include Boise to San Francisco starting at $49 one-way, San Francisco to Salt Lake City, and Seattle to Jackson Hole, also starting at $89 one-way. You can find more flight deals on Alaska Airlines.

Alaska also recently added free elite status and new routes to its flight subscription pass, so if you’re looking to hit the slopes in Salt Lake City, you’ll want to hop on this pass ASAP.

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