Alaska Airlines Miles Calculators
Alaska Mileage Plan Miles are mainly earned by flying Alaska Airlines. They can also be earned using Alaska Airlines credit cards, booking car rentals, reserving hotels, and transferring points earned from other programs directly into your account.
Alaska Airlines route system spans more than 115 destinations in the United States, Canada, Costa Rica and Mexico. This airline carries more passengers between Alaska and the contiguous United States than any other airline. There largest and primary hub is Seattle-Tacoma International (IATA: SEA). Alaska Airlines also has several secondary hubs which consist of:
- Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
- Los Angeles International Airport
- Portland (OR) International Airport
- San Francisco International Airport
Where Does Alaska Airlines Fly?
Alaska Air flies to most states along with Canada, Mexico, and Costa Rica. They offer over 1,200 flights daily to 115+ destinations. The full list can be found on their site. These destinations include most big U.S. cities along with Costa Rica, Mexico, and Canada.
Alaska Airlines Miles
Details on how to earn Alaska Airlines Miles flying Alaska & partner airlines, using Alaska credit cards, booking car rentals, reserving hotels, and transferring from other reward programs straight to your Mileage Plan account.
Calculate the cash value of your Alaska Airlines Miles when redeemed for free flights and hotels. Also learn about sharing miles and using them for other non-travel redemptions.
Learn how Alaska Miles are calculated when flying Alaska Airlines and partners. Covers how to qualify for Alaska MVP Status and the benefits of each tier.
Alaska Credit Cards
Alaska has two Bank of America credit cards that can earn you additional Alaska Miles. You can click on any cards below calculate how many miles you can earn based on your spend and determine the dollar value of the card based on points earned, how much each benefits is worth to you in cash, and the annual fee. You can then compare either card side-by-side against each other or against other top rewards cards.
The Alaska Airlines Card earns triple miles on Alaska Airlines purchases. It also offers a free checked bag for the cardholder and up to 6 passengers on the same reservation and an annual companion pass which lets you take a companion along on a flight for a significantly reduced price.
The Alaska Airlines Business Card is exactly the same as the personal version. It offers triple miles on Alaska purchases and offers the same free checked bag and companion pass perk.
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About These Calculators: These calculators are provided to help you estimate how many points, miles, or other form of currency you can accumulate based on spend, bonuses, fees, and a number of other factors. These calculators are meant to provide an estimate of rewards earned and are not meant to reflect the exact amount of points you may receive. Be sure to read the terms and conditions of any credit card before you apply as benefit and perk changes may not be reflected immediately on this website.
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