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Can I use a Companion Ticket if I Have an AA Award TIcket?

Can I use a Companion Ticket if I Have an AA Award TIcket?

Old Jun 28, 20, 9:12 pm
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Can I use a Companion Ticket if I Have an AA Award TIcket?

I would like to fly using an award ticket, preferably an AAdvantage award ticket on AS.

How do I attach my companion to another record?

If I cannot do that, can I attach my companion to an AS award ticket on AS?
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Old Jun 28, 20, 9:31 pm
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When you mention "companion ticket", are you referring to the $99 companion fare that comes with the Alaska Airlines VISA card? The rules for that seem very clear:

The companion fare entitles the cardholder to purchase one round-trip coach companion fare on Alaska Airlines from $121 (USD) ($99 base fare plus applicable taxes and fees from $22 depending on your flight itinerary) when traveling with another guest on a paid published coach airfare on the same itinerary, booked at the same time. Travel must be booked at alaskaair.com.
No mention of using award tickets here as a workaround. In fact, it says:
The companion fare discount code is not valid with award travel, and cannot be combined with other discounts.

Last edited by tom911; Jun 28, 20 at 9:37 pm Reason: added 2 lines
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