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If you hold Elite status with Alaska check your inbox! MVP elites with Alaska can transfer miles to friends and family free of charge through December 28, 2017.
- Transfer miles for free through December 28, 2017
- Maximum number of miles that can be transferred is 40,000 (in total across all transactions)
- Minimum number of miles that can be transferred is 1,000
- There is a cap of 3 transfers during this offer
- You must have MVP status with Alaska
Topping Up Your Alaska Balance
There are a couple of other options to get your hands on Alaska miles. While Alaska is not a transfer partner with any of the major credit cards, it is a partner with Marriott, so you can transfer points earned from your Marriott Bonvoy Business™ American Express® Card or your Marriott Bonvoy™ American Express® Card. And don’t forget that for every 60,000 Marriott points you transfer, Marriott will add another 15,000 points as a transfer bonus.
You could also earn miles with everyday spending on one of Alaska Airlines’ co-branded credit cards. The Alaska Airlines Visa Signature® Credit Card and the Alaska Airlines Visa® Business Card will let you earn miles on your personal and business expenses.
This is a great perk if you are looking to transfer or pool some miles since normally you have to pay $10 per 1,000 miles you transfer, plus a $25 transfer fee.
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