The basic understanding of Alaska’s Mileage Plan will reel in amazing benefits for you. This blog will cover several ways to stock up your miles. You will also learn about One world alliance and non-alliance partners. Did you know that you do not have to buy a plane ticket to earn Mileage Plan miles? Continue reading for more.
How can Alaska Airlines Customer Service help in earning miles?
You can easily earn miles by either flying with Alaska or picking any of its partners. With Alaska, you earn miles by the distance your flight has covered. Your miles do not depend upon the money you have spent to purchase the ticket. Some factors come into play here. Feel free to get in touch with Alaska Airlines Customer Service to get in-depth information.
Every time you chose Alaska Airlines to fly, you are earning miles. You earn at least 100% of the miles flown on your flight, irrespective of your travel class. To put it simply, For Economy you receive 100% of the miles and as the travel classes increase, bonus miles keep adding.
You can earn additional bonuses on your Alaska tickets if you have Alaska Airlines Elite Status.
Bonus Mileage Plan has three MVP status tiers. Let’s discuss them:
· Alaska MVP earns 50 additional bonus on flying with Alaska.
· MVP Gold earns 100% additional bonus on flying with Alaska.
· MVP Glod 75K gets an additional bonus of 125% on flying with Alaska Airlines.
Contact Alaska Airlines Customer Service to learn more about Elite Status Bonus
Stocking up miles by flying with Alaska Airlines Partners
When you fly with a partner airline by using Alaska’s ticket stock, you will be able to earn 100% of base miles. Ticket stock is a flight booked with an airline’s flight number but operated by its partner.
You will be entitled to 100% of the miles flown, irrespective of the fare class. Tickets booked for a higher fare class will earn additional miles on top of the designated 1005 miles flown. You can visit Alaska’s website to find out all of its partners or contact Alaska Airlines Customer Service for the same.
Alaska Airlines’ One world Alliance and non-alliance partners
Alaska recently became a proud member of the Oneworld alliance. This comes as great news for Alaska’s regular flyers as they can now earn miles on flying with all of its partners as well.
Let’s have a look at its Oneworld alliance and non-alliance partners
|Oneworld Alliance Partners||Non-alliance Partners|
|American Airlines||Aer Lingus|
|Cathay Pacific||EL AL Israel Airlines|
|Japan Airlines||Korean Air (Sky Team)|
|Malaysia Airlines||LATAM Airlines|
|Qantas||Singapore Airlines (Star Alliance)|
Special Note: The earning chart and individual flights differ for each airline partner. Visit their individual website or contact Alaska Airlines Customer Service before making reservations.
Information about Alaska’s reward program; EasyBiz
EasyBiz is a great way to earn rewards on Alaska Reservations. You are rewarded for your travel for business purposes. It’s a win-win situation for you. Every time you travel as n employee for your company, you get exciting rewards on top of your individual mileage earnings. It’s like hitting two jackpots with one coin.
For every dollar spent on booking an employee’s flight, the business gets to earn 1 mile. Other perks include reservation holds for up to 24hours, access to ticket reports, and many more. It’s a great tool to boost your business sales.
Enrol by contacting Alaska Airlines Customer Service
The enrolment process is straightforward. Just visit Alaska’s website or get in touch with their 24/7 available customer support. Once you have enrolled yourself, you will get an EasyBiz number as a confirmation. Use this number for all your employees’ business travel.
Frequently Asked Questions
1.What other ways are there to earn Alaska Airlines miles apart from these?
You can earn miles by making your hotel bookings and car rentals with Alaska Airlines. For more information visit Alaska’s website.
2. Will I earn both car rental points and miles on booking car rentals with Alaska?
No, you have either earn Car rental points or miles. It’s going to be your decision.
3. Where can I find applicable flights of partner airlines?
You can either check the entire list of partner airlines on Alaska Airlines’ website- Alaska.com or contact Alaska Airlines Customer Service.
4. What are the ways to contact Alaska Airlines Customer Service? You can get in touch with them by calling on the registered number, e-mail, or by locating them on social media platforms.