Contest Rules

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TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION TERMS & CONDITIONS

The travel authorization (certificate) is valid for flights served by Alaska Airlines flights numbered (1-999, 2000 –

2999) and/or Sky West Airlines flights (3450-3499) Mileage Plan Miles cannot be earned or credited. First

Class paid upgrades or mileage plan upgrades are allowed. Connections are also allowed (subject to fare

rules) First Bag Free for Visa Signature® Cardholders. See our checked baggage policy and flight schedules

at www.alaskaair.com for more details. Individual travel taxes may apply. Once ticketed, fare rules apply

regarding changes to itinerary. The certificate is valid for one year from date of issue with no extensions

permitted. The following black-out dates apply: NOV 21-NOV 28, 2016 | DEC 18, 2016- JAN 2, 2017

The certificate is void if bartered or sold. If lost, the certificate may not be reissued.

1) Allow two (2) weeks from the time of reservation and your flight. To make your reservation,

2) When you have confirmed your flight(s), ask the agent for your confirmation code.

Reservations and Ticketing Instructions Included on Certificate:

call the Alaska Airlines Commercial Desk (M-F 8am-11pm MST, Sat/Sun 9am-7pm MST)

at 1-888-327-2755. Please advise the reservations agent that you have a Travel

Authorization Form along with any inquiries you may have regarding MVP, Gold or 75K

Gold Membership benefits.

Complete the bottom portion of this letter then mail the entire letter to:

Alaska Airlines

Attn: Commercial Desk

1399 S. Eagle Flight Way

Boise, ID 83709

Note: Only the original letter will be accepted, you may make a copy for your

records.

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