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Double Miles Between Seattle And Fort Lauderdale On Alaska Airlines

April 10, 2012

Catch a little sun and double your miles this summer when you fly nonstop on Alaska Airlines between Seattle and Fort Lauderdale from July 16, 2012 – September 11, 2012.  Registration prior to travel is required.

Here’s the offer:

Alaska Airlines is pleased to announce daily nonstop service to Fort Lauderdale – the Venice of America beginning July 16, 2012. In celebration of our newest market, we’re offering Double Miles for a limited time.

To earn Double Miles, simply register your Mileage Plan™ number below prior to your first qualifying flight, and travel between July 16, 2012, and September 11, 2012.

Not a Mileage Plan™ member? Enroll online today.

Register for the Seattle – Fort Lauderdale double miles promotion here.

The fine print:

Terms & Conditions:
Registration is required prior to your first qualifying flight in order to receive Double Miles. Double Miles valid only on qualifying paid nonstop Alaska Airlines flights between Seattle and Fort Lauderdale. Travel is valid from July 16, 2012, through September 11, 2012. Flight miles must be credited to your Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan™ account in order to earn Double Miles. All travel must be completed by September 11, 2012. Not valid on free or award travel. Double Miles do not count towards elite status. Please allow four to six weeks for travel and Bonus Miles to be credited. All terms and conditions of the Mileage Plan™ program apply. Offer subject to change without notice.

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