Wine Flies Free
Alaska Airlines is excited to partner with several leading Wine destinations. Whether exploring Washington Wine Country, fertile valleys of Oregon, or even the coastal wonders of Sonoma County, Alaska connects you to the Wine adventure of your choice.
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Oregon Wines Fly Free
Oregon is a world-class wine region and right now, when you visit Oregon and our great wineries, the Oregon Wine Board, Travel Oregon and Alaska Airlines are offering you this sweet deal! Taste wine for free when you visit any of the 300 participating tasting rooms by showing your Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan membership and in-bound boarding pass (paper or digital). Fly from Eugene/Springfield, Redmond/Bend, Medford, Portland or Walla Walla and check a case of wine, free of charge. Just make sure your Mileage Plan™ number is in your reservation and your wine flies free. For more information about wine tasting and a list of participating wineries, visit oregonwinesflyfree.org.
Holiday weekends and special events are excluded.
Taste and Tote
Your Vacation to Washington Wine Country just got easier with the Taste and Tote program. Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan Members can check their first case of wine free from Yakima, Tri-Cities/Pasco or Walla Walla on Alaska Airlines. In addition they can enjoy waived rental car drop-off fees and special discounts from Hertz Rent-a-Car. Also, when you show your current Alaska Airlines boarding pass you will receive free tastings at nearly 200 participating wineries. Visit tasteandtote.com to learn more.
Sonoma Wine Flies Free
With more than 400 wineries, miles of rugged Pacific coastline, towering redwood forests, and its close proximity to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, Sonoma County is a traveler’s dream vacation spot in California.
You buy the wine; then check it for free, provided it’s packed for shipping. Just make sure your mileage plan number is in your reservation and your wine flies free from the Santa Rosa/Sonoma County Airport. Visit sonomacounty.com to learn more.
Preparing Your Wine for Travel
The wine must be safely packaged for transport in a protective shipping container. The TSA asks that containers not be sealed, but remain open for inspection. The first case free program applies to all out-bound destinations in the United States. It does not apply to international destinations. Advise the Alaska Air Customer Service Agent when you check in so the box can be properly labeled with FRAGILE stickers. Items packaged in cardboard boxes are covered in case of loss, but are checked at your own risk for damage. For more details, see our checked baggage policies.