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Alaska Airlines is teaming up with Mountain Collective so that MileagePlan members can get a free third day on their ski passes and 5,000 bonus miles. The passes are great to use during the winter in the height of ski season and are valid at a number of resorts.
When you purchase a Mountain Collective ski pass as an Alaska Airlines MileagePlan member, you will receive 5,000 bonus MileagePlan miles after your purchase as well as a third free day at any one of the following resorts:
- Alta Ski Area
- Arapahoe Basin
- Aspen Snowmass
- Valle Nevado
- Banff Sunshine
- Taos Ski Valley
- Big Sky Resort
- Sun Valley Resort
- Coronet Peak
- Sun Peaks Resort
- Grand Targhee
- Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
- Sugar Bowl
- Lake Louise
- Le Massif
- Marmot Basin
- Mt Buller
- Niseko United
- Revelstoke Mountain Resort
You’ll need to purchase your pass through Alaska’s dedicated website, where you’ll be immediately prompted to select the resort where you want to redeem your third free day. All passes appear to be $630, which includes the 2 days of access, 50% off additional lift tickets, discounts on select lodging, as well as the third free day, and the bonus miles provided by Alaska.
This offer is only valid from August 3, 2023, through September 25, 2023. The offer is unfortunately not valid for those with a current pass.
If you’re an MVP, MVP Gold, MVP Gold 75K, or MVP Gold 100K elite member, you’ll receive an additional 5,000 miles for your purchase, which brings it to a total of 10,000 miles, a nice chunk of miles if you’re a regular skier who would have ordinarily purchased a package like this.
You’ll obviously need to price out your trip to see if purchasing a Mountain Collective pass makes sense for you, but with three free days of skiing/snowboarding for $630, it could make sense in a lot of cases as ski resort access passes are typically very expensive. In addition, the Mountain Collective pass includes some international resorts as well, so it will allow you to ski in a wide variety of places around the world.
If you’re into skiing and love winter sports, check out this offer from Alaska Airlines and Mountain Collective. You’ll earn a third free day of skiing and additional bonus miles for your purchase.
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