Locals only: Alaska Airlines constituent fares are back


Jan. 17 is the first day of the 2023 Alaska legislative session in Juneau. For Alaskans who want to travel to Juneau to speak with their lawmakers or observe proceedings, Alaska Airlines has returned with the one-time 30% discount off a 3-day advance or 7-day advance coach fare to the state capital.

The program is called Club 49, and it gives Alaskans a deal so they can get to their isolated seat of government, which has no roads in or out.

Only one discount code is issued per member of the Club 49 program, and the discount is valid between any Alaska Airlines city in Alaska except Prudhoe Bay, and does not apply to flights operated by partner carriers. Flights must be purchased and travel must be completed by May 17. Baggage is free, which means you can take your skis and head up to the local Eaglecrest ski area. Hotel rooms in Juneau can be had for under $150 a night currently.

Those who want to extend their trips to Juneau can then take advantage of a quick hop to Seattle. Today, Alaska Airlines has a one-way fare from Juneau to Seattle posted at Club 49 for $80. (The Seattle Kraken hockey team plays Detroit Red Wing in Seattle on Feb. 18, the day that fare is valid.)

Find out how to get your constituent fare at Alaska Airlines.


  1. If I were still in Alaska today, I would boycott Alaska airlines the same way they have boycotted the Iditarod. This is a seattle-based company and has nothing to do with Alaska other than to reap alaskans permanent fund money. They have very poor customer service. I would fly with someone else if possible, or buy a car and drive 7 days to get home before giving them one dime of my money.

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