I recently received an offer from my Alaska Airlines credit card about a way to save $50 towards a future flight.
While I can’t say that I’m in the market to purchase a flight with the airline, I still found the offer pretty interesting and a solid deal…
My Bank of America Alaska Airlines card is offering a way to earn a $50 discount through a special bonus offer.
In order to qualify for the offer, my “account must be open with charging privileges“. The offer must also be activated (by clicking a button in the e-mail) by December 31, 2015.
To receive a $50 off code, I have to make purchases totalling $250 or more at qualifying stores. Categories which qualify include, books, toys, electronics, sporting goods and department stores.
Although the offer e-mail says the deal must be activated by December 31, 2015, the qualifying spend of $250 or more must also be completed by the same date.
- Discount code is only good on Alaska Air flights and is not valid with partner airlines.
- Code expires one year from date of issue
When I clicked the link in my e-mail, I was then brought to a page that said I was automatically enrolled.
Since I only received this offer for one of my Alaska Airlines cards, my guess is that this could be a targeted offer. Keep an eye out for an e-mail if you have the Alaska Air credit card and are interested in earning a $50 off code.
If you received this offer do you plan to try to take advantage and earn the $50 off code?