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I have the Alaska Airlines MBNA Master Card. This card offers a companion fare of 99$ + taxes. I wish to book a round trip ticket between Los Angeles and Tahiti on a partner airline like Air France.

Can I book myself a full fare ticket and pay 99$ + taxes for my companion?

I ask because using a companion fare is different from redeeming miles and I cannot find the fine print to see if the companion fare is only for Alaska Airlines or for partner airlines also.

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    No. It's Alaskan airlines only. – Doc Sep 29 '14 at 2:37
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For US based customers with an Alaska Airline affiliated card, the companion fare is limited to Alaska Airline flights only. Your link indicated that maybe you are a Canadian card holder, but I would imagine the same rules would apply.

But realistically, expecting a $99 companion fare on an international flight to Tahiti would be dreaming.

http://www.alaskaair.com/content/mileage-plan/frequently-asked-questions/faq-companion-discount-code.aspx?lid=nav:mileagePlan-faq-companion

  • It's not that crazy to ask. It's definitely good on Alaska's international flights, they just don't go to Tahiti. (And Alaska flies some pretty expensive domestic routes; LAX => Dutch Harbor is more expensive than getting to Tahiti.) – James Moore Aug 13 '18 at 2:29

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