Great news! If you’re a member of Costco and plan on flying Alaska Airlines in the next few years (or ever, for that matter, since there’s no expiration), here’s an easy way to get $50 off your next flight. Until supplies last, Costco is selling $500 Alaska Airlines gift certificates for $449, a 10% savings.

You don’t have to go to the store to get this discount as the gift certificate is delivered via email and there are no travel restrictions or blackout dates and again, no expiration. You can only buy up to 10 (they make a good Christmas gift!) and when it comes to booking travel, it’s only valid at alaskaair.com for Alaska Airlines flights.

Alaska Airlines offers nonstop flights to more than 115 destinations across the United States, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Canada.  Alaska’s commitment to Next-Level Care means all guests can expect a higher standard of safety throughout their travels – from mask requirements and enhanced onboard cleaning, to touch-free technology and safe, friendly, knowledgeable employees.

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