Earn Double Mileage Plan Miles on Select Qantas Flights

You can earn double Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan miles seated in the economy class cabin on select flights which are operated by Qantas Airways between Wednesday, November 1, 2017 and Thursday, May 31, 2018 — but you must first register for this promotion by Tuesday, October 31, 2017 prior to your first qualifying flight.

Earn Double Mileage Plan Miles on Select Qantas Flights

The six flight routes on which you can earn double Mileage Plan miles on economy fares booked in Q, O, N, S, V, M, L, G, K, H, B, and Y class of service include:

  • Los Angeles and Brisbane
  • Los Angeles and Melbourne
  • Los Angeles and Sydney
  • Dallas-Fort Worth and Sydney
  • New York and Sydney via Los Angeles
  • San Francisco and Sydney
  • Vancouver and Sydney

Select Terms and Conditions

All travel must be completed by May 31, 2018. Flights must be marketed and operated by Qantas Airways. Flight miles must be credited to your Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan frequent flier loyalty program membership account in order to earn double Mileage Plan miles.

This offer is not valid on free or award travel. Double miles do not count toward Mileage Plan elite level status. Please allow up to six weeks for miles to be credited to your Mileage Plan membership account. This offer is subject to change without notice.

Other terms and conditions — including those of the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan frequent flier loyalty program — apply.

Summary

If you are the type of person who cringes at spending so many hours seated in a seat in the economy class cabin, fear not: earning bonus Mileage Plan miles are available for traveling in the business class or first class cabins aboard airplanes operated by Qantas Airways as well: you can earn a class of service bonus of 25 percent in business class plus an additional bonus of 100 percent; and you can earn a class of service bonus of 50 percent in business class plus an additional bonus of 200 percent — and these bonuses are always available.

I have no problem being seated in the economy class cabin on a flight for as long as 15 hours; so if I was planning on traveling to Australia within the promotion period, I would consider taking advantage of this promotion.

Registration for this simple promotion is free of charge and only takes seconds of your time with minimal effort.

Source: Qantas Airways.

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