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At my local bank there was an advertisement that if one enrolls in Alaska airline credit card and spends $1000 in the first 3 months then a travel companion could fly free. Is this still in effect? Does it apply to international trips and 1st class? Does the flight need to be Alaska airlines/ Virgin airlines?

Answered on December 19, 2016

Currently, the Alaska Airlines credit card has the following offer: “Annual companion fare from $121 ($99, plus taxes and fees from $22) after you make $1,000 or more in purchases within the first 90 days of your account opening”. This benefit will qualify for a round-trip coach Companion Fare on Alaska Airlines when traveling with another passenger on a paid published coach airfare on the same itinerary, booked at the same time. However, this benefit applies to Visa Signature consumer accounts only. If you are approved for a Platinum Plus® account, you won’t qualify for this benefit. Please contact Alaska for more details.

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