Certificates are used as a form of payment towards applicable new airfare purchases on alaskaair.com and EasyBiz®. Certificates may be applied to flights operated by Alaska Airlines, Penair between Anchorage and Dutch Harbor, and SkyWest Flight Series 3300-3499.
Certificates may only be redeemed for new airfare purchases and cannot be applied toward fees, service charges, additional fare on partially used tickets, or used to purchase hotels, cars, Fly & Buy Miles™, or trip protection.
Alaska Airlines issues three types of certificates: gift certificates, credit certificates, and Bonus Travel Certificates.
Gift certificates are issued on alaskaair.com by a purchaser and sent to a recipient via email or printed as a paper certificate. Gift certificates have no expiration date and are redeemable 24 hours after purchase. View Terms & Conditions
Credit certificates may be issued when you exchange or cancel a nonrefundable Alaska Airlines ticket. Your credit certificate will remain valid for 12 months from the issuance date of your original ticket, or 30 days from the date of exchange/cancellation, whichever is greater.
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Bonus travel certificates
Bonus Travel Certificates are issued to volunteers who give up their seats when a flight is overbooked and more passengers show up than a flight can accommodate. Bonus Travel Certificates are valid for one year from their issue date. View Terms & Conditions
Certificates can be stored in unlimited quantities within the My Wallet section of your My account profile.
There are two ways to redeem your certificates at alaskaair.com or EasyBiz®.
An unlimited number of certificates can be applied toward a new applicable airfare purchase when funds are applied from a My wallet account. View Terms & Conditions
Certificates outside my wallet
Up to four certificates can be applied toward a new applicable airfare purchase. Enter the certificate codes and PINs on the payment page during your checkout process.