The good, the bad and the ugly of PFD airfare deals

Alaskans have grown up with the Permanent Fund dividend — and with the travel deals that accompany the annual payout.

This year is no different, other than the PFD checks are distributed a couple of weeks early.

The big bargains are coming from Alaska Airlines. But this year, for the first time, Delta is rolling out discounts from all three of its year-round Alaska gateways: Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau. Delta offers flights from Juneau only on Saturdays and Sundays through the winter.

Alaska Air, for its part, is offering sale prices from all of its jet ports, except Prudhoe Bay. In addition to offering bargains on flights to the Lower 48, Alaska is offering discounted fares for in-state travel. From Kotzebue to Anchorage is $126 one-way. From Fairbanks to Bethel is $164 one-way.

Delta is offering discounted fares to most, but not all, of its destinations in the Lower 48. From Rochester, New York, to Birmingham, Alabama to Duluth, Minnesota, Delta is offering a PFD fare.

Whether you’re flying on Delta or Alaska, you have to plan at least 21 days in advance. That’s really not an issue, though, since many of the destinations don’t have availability until early December.

Many travelers are ready for airfares to come down from the dizzying summertime prices. Checking on PFD fares from both carriers, there’s some good, some bad and some ugly features.


Alaska Airlines is resuming its nonstop flights to Hawaii from Anchorage. The nonstop to Honolulu starts on Nov. 18, but prices are high until Jan. 9, 2023 when tickets are available for as little as $177 one-way.

Alaska’s Anchorage-Maui nonstop resumes in mid-December. But the deals roll out as Alaska Air introduces daily service on Jan. 9. The tickets are priced low: $159 each way.

Alaska Air also is flying nonstop every day from Anchorage to Kona between Jan. 9 and Mar. 16. The PFD special is $159 each way.

Delta’s twice-weekly flights between Juneau and Seattle this winter are enough to keep a damper on prices. The airline is charging $79 each way between Juneau and Seattle. But Juneau travelers can fly all the way to New York for $165 each way. Or to Phoenix for $140 each way.

Delta’s single daily flight between Fairbanks and Seattle also keeps prices down all winter in the Golden Heart City. Many fares, such as Fairbanks-Seattle for $99 each way, are the same as Anchorage rates. That’s a win for Fairbanks travelers, who are accustomed to paying much more for air travel. Another “common-rated” destination is San Jose del Cabo at the tip of Baja California. Whether you leave from Anchorage or Fairbanks on Alaska Airlines, the prices start at just $199 each way. The return flights cost more: from $249 one-way.

Alaska Airlines is bringing extra firepower to its PFD sale this year. The airline is giving away a couple of Holland America cruises (including airfare), as well as two sets of Alaska Air tickets in a PFD Sweepstakes. No purchase is necessary.

Delta resumed its two-bags-free offer for Alaska residents. To qualify, you have to be a SkyMiles member at least 24 hours prior to check-in.

With both Delta and Alaska offering PFD fares, there are good deals to lots of towns that aren’t normally on sale. This includes Alaska’s PFD offers to all its destinations in Alaska (except Prudhoe Bay and seasonal service to Gustavus). For Delta, it includes destinations like Des Moines, Iowa, Fargo, N.D., Memphis, Tennessee, Fayetteville, Arkansas, and Charlotte, N.C.


When you’re searching for a good deal, be aware of the connection time. Airlines will display fares that have two stops, or include 8-hour layovers. For example, on Nov. 1, Delta offers a flight from Anchorage to L.A. for $158 one-way. Alaska offers the same fare, but there’s an eight-hour layover in Seattle.

All the prices quoted here are for “Saver” tickets of “Basic Economy” on Delta. That means you cannot change your ticket. Pre-assigned seats are very rare on Alaska Air and specifically not included with Delta. On Delta, you won’t earn SkyMiles credit with Basic flights. The upcharge to “Main Cabin” is between $30 and $60 each way.

Delta is not offering a PFD special to three of its most-popular hubs: Atlanta, Minneapolis and Salt Lake City. But Alaska is offering promo fares to those cities. Delta is offering a nice fare of $198 one-way between Anchorage and Detroit.


Blackouts. You cannot find a PFD fare at Thanksgiving, Christmas or Spring Break. Those flights typically are full of schoolkids, their parents and their teachers.

Alaska Air’s blackout dates are comprehensive: Nov. 17-28 (Thanksgiving), Dec. 15-Jan. 8, 2023 (Christmas) and March 10-21, 2023 (Spring Break).

Delta’s list of blackout dates is more complicated: Nov. 18-29, Dec. 16-18, 20-24 and Dec. 26-Jan. 3, 2023. Feb. 16-17, 20. March 3-6, 9-13, 16-20, 23-27 and March 30-April 3. April 6-10, 13-16, 21-23.

There are other important facts about the PFD sale. All tickets must be purchased by Sept. 29. All travel must be completed by May 17, 2023 for Alaska Air destinations. Some Delta destinations end earlier than that, though. For example, travel on Delta to Memphis is available for $198 one-way and travel must be completed by March 8, 2023.

Between Alaska and most destinations in the Lower 48, the cheapest days to fly are Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday.

Prices and restrictions change without notice. They’ve already changed since they were introduced earlier this week. They are likely to change again before the sale ends on Sept. 29.

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Summer travel guide: Deals, destinations and dreaded crowds

Ah, summer: season of sunny beach days, outdoor adventures and bonfire-lit nights. But in 2022, it’s also a time of outrageously expensive tanks of gas, jam-packed airports, busy roads and rising coronavirus cases.

This summer might not be easy and breezy, and it definitely won’t be cheap. But as millions of people venture out for vacation — some after spending the last two years closer to home — they might need a little expert guidance on saving money, staying safe and navigating the travel chaos ahead.

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I’m a travel expert – and my top little-known tip will get you CHEAPEST holiday deals this summer

HOLIDAYMAKERS looking for cheaper getaways should target trips on new routes opened up by airlines, a travel guru has revealed.

He also suggested avoiding popular hotspots and opting for locations “off the beaten track”.

Travel expert Fergal O'Keeffe said heading to alternative sun locations can make for a cheaper holiday


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Heading for San Sebastian in northern Spain rather than going to the Costa Del Sol could save you money


Heading for San Sebastian in northern Spain rather than going to the Costa Del Sol could save you moneyCredit: Alamy

Travel expert Fergal O’Keeffe said demand for foreign holidays has taken off as people saved up “two years or three years worth of summer holiday funds” during the pandemic.

He also warned that the cost of holidays are on the rise across the board due to inflation.

Speaking to the Irish Sun, he said: “This demand will have an impact on price, but prices are likely to go up for other factors as well. One thing that I’ve already noticed is the cost of car hire has gone unbelievable.

“I am planning to go to Greece during the summer, and for six of us the car hire for two weeks was going to cost over double the price of the flights for six.

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“So that’s going to be a major issue everywhere because during the pandemic these companies weren’t renewing, or even sold off stock. So that’s something that people need to be aware of.”

The Tipperary native, who hosts the Travel Tales with Fergal podcast, said traditional summer destinations are “more popular than ever” – but there are still cost-friendly trips to be had.

He said: “My recommendation would be to go off the beaten track.

“For my own personal holiday, I noticed that flights to Athens in Greece were a little bit more expensive than pre-Covid, so I decided to go to Thessaloniki, which is the second biggest city in Greece. This was way cheaper.

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“The cost was roughly two-thirds the price of flying to Athens, even though it’s further from Ireland. So by going to places that are off the beaten track, you will be able to make massive cost savings.

Publican Fergal, who owns Hearns Hotel in Clonmel, continued: “Something else that I would always recommend to people is to look at airline’s new routes.

“Each year Ryanair has new routes going from Dublin, Shannon or Cork, and the first year of those new routes on Ryanair, or even on Aer Lingus, are always cheaper because they’re trying to introduce and encourage people to go to these places.

“These routes are new to Ireland so they’re less popular, meaning they’re cheaper, but also when you get there, more often than not things like accommodation and food etc are also a lot cheaper as well.”

Offering some alternative locations suggestions, Fergal said Malta is “a beautiful place” that’s “very accessible”, and has the benefit of being “English speaking”.

He also offered some European alternatives to the likes of the Canaries or Costa Del Sol.


He said: “There’s some beautiful places in northern Spain, like San Sebastian. Or you could try Biarritz, in France. They have amazing food, there’s great walking there, lovely coasts, so being a little bit more imaginative like that could be just what is needed.”

He continued: “Sardinia is another place that I would really love. It has that Italian influence, but it is also very different from other parts of Italy.

“But the top places I’d recommend would be Puliga, in southern Italy. There’s flights to Bari, and from there you can go down to Puliga.

“That’s an area that is not very popular but weather wise it’s amazing, and it’s really cheap. And the beach areas are amazing.

“Another place – and it’s my favourite place actually – is the Peloponnese Peninsula, in Greece. It has absolutely spectacular mountains, stunning little seaside villages, and it is very reasonably priced.”

The travel guru said despite increased costs in Ireland value for money can still be had with staycations – but again holidaymakers must be willing to look outside of the typical tourist hotspots.


Asked if made tourism minister what he would do to beef up the country’s offerings to tourists, Fergal said he would make greater use of Ireland’s great outdoors.

He explained: “There’s a massive shift towards outdoor tourism. Due to the pandemic, there is a trend towards people being outdoors more, and people have a greater emphasis towards being healthy and being out walking etc.

“So looking at the mountains in Clonmel, or in Kerry they could be utilised more. What other countries do, because I’ve done this in New Zealand and in the Alps etc, is they have huts in the mountains. The Government provides these and you walk from hut to hut for a few days.

“Imagine that was set up in Clonmel. People would spend three, four, five days up in the Coomera Mountains, walking around there, staying in huts.

“So the Government should be providing that infrastructure, like the huts, the walking trails etc. I think that’s a huge potential for outdoor tourism that hasn’t been fully tapped in Ireland.

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“People would spend some money in the town before heading up the mountain ranges, they would then spend money again when they come back down.

“There’s huge potential for that in Tipperary, Donegal and Kerry, all over Ireland really. That’s an area that I would certainly look at if I was tourism minister.”

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11 Travel Deals to Take You Anywhere You Want (May 2022)

The glorious sounds of traveling season are upon us: jet engines whooshing into landing patterns overhead and the ding, ding, ding of gasoline pumps ringing as they wring the dollars from our pockets. After two years of pandemic-induced seclusion and a false start last year, many of us are finally getting the chance to go to all those places we’ve been daydreaming of. 

Check out these deals on some of the best travel gear this week to get you up, out of the house, on the open road, and in the skies. Also, be sure to check out our guide to face masks we actually like to wear for when you’re in crowded spaces.

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Luggage Deals

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This deal excludes luggage sets and clearance items, but that leaves nearly all of their stock as included in this sale. Spend $150 and receive 10 percent off, or spend $250 and receive 15 percent off. Given Travelpro’s reputation in the market as a premium brand, that shouldn’t be a hard threshold to meet. The Crew VersaPack ($250 before discount) was my pick for the best soft-side carry-on.

Keep your belongings organized inside your luggage by separating them into packing cubes. They’ll keep your clothes from getting creased by sharp objects, and you won’t have to dig around to find matching socks any longer.

Chances are that if you’ve ever flown on an airplane, you’ve handled a Samsonite bag. Now you’ve got your pick of 15 percent off everything sitewide, from wheeled carry-ons to travel backpacks. If you order two or more items at a time, your discount gets bumped up to 20 percent. Don’t forget to enter the code MAYSALE before you complete the checkout. The same offer is available at, a budget bag brand now owned by Samsonite, if you use the coupon SUNSHINE.

Airlines have weight limits for luggage. And if you plan to fly internationally on a non-US airline, you might be surprised by how strict they are with their low limits. You don’t need a fancy digital scale that’ll run out of batteries. Just keep this manual scale around, and when you’re done packing a heavy bag, affix the scale’s strap around the luggage and lift it. It’ll show you the weight all the way up to 80 pounds.

Fold down one or both expandable mesh sides to give your little buddy some room to stretch out on long trips. To keep things secure on this metal-framed, soft-sided travel crate, buckles secure it closed when you’re moving, and the accordion-style sides lock open when expanded to prevent mishaps.

Nap and Slumber Deals

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A common travel tip—especially in hostels and grimier motels—is to bring a sleeping bag liner to sleep in when you bed down for the night. This polyester fleece liner will keep you warm in those over-air-conditioned hotel rooms and give you peace of mind if you’re squeamish about strange sheets. There’s also a polyester-cotton-blend version for $25 ($5 off) if you tend to sleep hot and don’t need the warmth of a fleece liner.

We’ve all fallen asleep crammed up against the window of a plane or car. Or worse, we’ve let our head droop while we nod off and wake up to a neck stiffer than a Giant Sequoia. A contoured neck pillow is the best way to catch some z’s on a flight or train journey without wrenching your neck for the rest of your trip, and the memory foam will help alleviate pressure points.

If neck pillows aren’t your thing, or if you’d prefer a pillow that can be used on a bed, check out this puffy 18- by 12-inch rectangular pillow. Because it’s filled with synthetic insulation instead of bulky memory foam, you can pack it down into a 5- by 11-inch space in your luggage.

Electronics Deals

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Don’t blare your music straight out of your phone speakers on the bus, train, or plane. We live in a society. Do the civilized thing and pick up some earbuds, so you can rock out without creating any new archenemies. They have active noise cancellation, too, because you don’t want to hear everybody else’s noise, either.

Who knows how reliable the electrical system is in that old hotel. Keep your laptop, your phone, and your tablet safe from power surges by bringing along this compact, two-outlet surge protector that also features two USB ports. The included type C, G, B, I, E/F, and A plug adapters mean you can bring it with you to most of the top-visited countries around the world.

You can’t always count on the hotel to have an iron. Plus, I’ve always found steamers to be quicker and easier to use. The discount isn’t huge, but this is a stellar steamer that gear reviewer Medea Giordano and I have both used for years and been very pleased with. Just remember that, as a North American-market product, it may not work with other countries’ electrical outlets.

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Waterfront stays, golf specials: Pure Michigan’s May travel deals

Warm-weather vacation season seems to be off to an early start this year in Michigan. Whether you’re planning a week-long getaway or just a quick overnight adventure, our friends at Pure Michigan have put together some travel deals for May. Some are available for this month only, while others offer savings into the fall. The specials range from island stays to golf deals to a digital passport with perks for wine lovers.

Check out some of these great deals for May travel:

#1 Trout Creek Condo Resort vacation rentals in Harbor Springs, Petoskey area.

Deal: Patriot’s Memorial Weekend Package has 25% discount on lodging, 3-night minimum

Valid Through: May 27-May 30,2022

Details: “Kick off your summer with a vacation Up North to Trout Creek Condos. Save 25% on lodging and enjoy local parades and activities. Onsite pools, hot tubs, hiking trails, tennis and pickleball. Only 30 minutes to the ferry to take you to Mackinac Island. Centrally located between Harbor Springs, Petoskey and Mackinac. Close to Lake Michigan beaches, championship golf courses, bike trails and birding.” For more information, check here.

Drummond Island

Drummond Island’s ORV and ATV trails are among the most scenic and rugged in the entire state.

#2 Drummond Island Resort

Deal: Spring-Into-Summer Shooting Package. Enjoy 10% off lodging plus one free round of either paintball or clays/skeet for each registered guest.

Expires: May 31, 2022.

Details: “Bridge the seasons and get an early start on summer by booking a Shooting Package at Drummond Island Resort. Package features a 10% lodging discount, plus one shooting outing for each registered guest. Choose a lively game of paintball on our 10-acre course or shoot clays and skeet at The Cedars.” For more information, check here.

Shady Lane Cellars

Shady Lane Cellars between Traverse City and Suttons Bay. Photo provided by Beryl Striewski and Shady Lane Cellars.

#3 Get the Traverse City Uncorked Savings Passport

Deal: Find your perfect pairing on the Traverse Wine Coast and enjoy savings along the way.

Expires: May 31, 2022

Details: “Traverse City Uncorked is back! For an event that goes by the name “Uncorked,” it’s no surprise that one of the prizes for participating is a corkscrew. This is just a token to remember your Traverse Wine Coast experience. The real prize is taking a few days away in May to sample the wines of the region. Download the free passport to take a self-guided wine tour, track your winery visits, get discounts, check-in to hotels and win prizes.” For more details about the Uncorked savings, check here.

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Soo Locks

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is opening the Soo Locks visitors center in Canal Park at 10 a.m. on May 8.U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

#4 Spring Deals in Sault Ste. Marie

Deal: Budget Host Crestview Inn in Sault Ste. Marie, MI: Stay two consecutive nights and get the third night FREE for booking dates May 1-June 5. Other area hotels also have listed specials.

Expires: June 5, 2022

Details: “Start your 2022 vacation season off with a stay in scenic Sault Ste. Marie. Spring is a time to unwind and recharge ahead of a busy summer. From hiking trails to watching 1,000-foot freighters transit through the Soo Locks, Sault Ste. Marie has it all. The Soo offers peace of mind and unbeatable experiences. Book your stay in the Soo today and enjoy a spring getaway.” For more details on this offer, check here.

Nichols Arboretum

Peonies bloom at Nichols Arboretum in Ann Arbor on Wednesday, May 19, 2021.Jacob Hamilton | The Ann Arbor News

#5 Ann Arbor

Deal: Peonies and Deals are Blooming in Ann Arbor. Save 15-50% off regular rates.

Expires: June 15, 2022

Details: “May and June bring colorful blooms to Ann Arbor, the perfect time to visit! Don’t miss one of the world’s best collections of peonies, with over 10,000 flowers. Search our hotel specials to find the perfect accommodations for your trip. While in town, enjoy our food scene, with over 400 restaurants to choose from. Explore our walkable down districts, while taking in the public art around nearly every corner. Start planning your getaway now.” For more details on these savings, check here.

Frankenmuth's Bavarian Lodge

A view of the Bavarian Inn Lodge in Frankenmuth on Friday, July 31, 2020. (Kaytie Boomer | Boomer |

#6 Bavarian Inn Lodge of Frankenmuth

Deal: Rooms starting at just $169 Sunday-Thursday in May, and $189 Sunday-Thursday in June.

Valid: Specific dates now through June 30, 2022.

Details: “Springtime is a great time to experience Pure Michigan in Frankenmuth! Plan your visit now and enjoy family fun at the Bavarian Inn Lodge with two water slides, four pools, over 160 video games, indoor mini golf course and a special offer for you! Enjoy a one night stay in a standard room with two double beds, a special Root Beer Package in your room, and four rounds of mini golf in the family fun center. All starting at just $169 Sunday-Thursday in May, and $189 Sunday-Thursday in June (plus tax). This offer is for a limited number of rooms now through June 30, 2022, on a first come, first serve basis. There are some date exclusions.” For more information on this deal, check here.

Keweenaw Peninsula

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#7 Fresh Coast Cabins on Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula

Deal: Save $50 on cabin rentals now through June with Promo Code ‘SuperiorStay’.

Expires: June 30, 2022

Details: “There are places that feed your soul. That clear your mind. That bring you back to what is really important. Lake Superior has that kind of power over most anyone who visits but especially those who stay at Fresh Coast Cabins. Experience the majestic beauty of the Lake while exploring the Keweenaw. Book any cabin during the month of June and receive $50 off when you use Promo Code ‘SuperiorStay’.” For more information on this deal, check here.

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Grand Hotel

Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island is known as “America’s Summer Playground.” Photo provided by Grand Hotel.

#8 Mackinac Island’s Grand Hotel: 135th Birthday Offer

Deal: Celebrate the hotel’s 135th anniversary all month with a $135 dining credit, breakfast, dinner & more.

Expires: July 31, 2022

Details: “You’re invited to be part of the celebration in July for Grand Hotel’s 135th anniversary! The iconic luxury hotel opened July 10, 1887. Getaway with family and friends and explore the best that a Mackinac Island summer has to offer. Enjoy breakfast and dinner daily, a $135 food and beverage credit, complimentary room upgrade (based on availability), 10% discount at Grand Hotel shops and more. We look forward to celebrating Grand Hotel’s 135th birthday with you!” For more information on this offer, check here.

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Bicycle Street Inn & Suites

Bicycle Street Inn & Suites on Mackinac Island’s Main Street. Photo provided by Bicycle Street Inn.

#9 Mackinac Island’s Bicycle Street Inn & Suites

Deal: Book in advance and save 20%

Available: Select dates in May and October

Details: “Get your vacation planning set with our Plan Early, Save More offer for your getaway in May and October. Enjoy 20% off room rates when you book 10 days or more in advance. Discount is applied on available dates; promo code is not required. Offer is pre-paid and non-refundable.” For more details, check here.

#10 Crystal Mountain resort in Thompsonville

Deal: Crystal 18 deal: Play 18 holes + use our range/practice facility. Stay the night starting at $104 per person per night.

Expires: Oct. 31, 2022

Details: “Great golf, great value: Play either of our two 18-hole championship courses – both rated ★★★★ by Golf Digest. The Mountain Ridge is the longtime home of the Women’s Michigan Open and a quintessential Up North Michigan golf course. The Betsie Valley course, renovated in 2021, is now more scenic and playable than ever. Package includes 18 holes with shared cart, per adult, per night; unlimited use of the practice center and nightly lodging.” For more information, check here.

The Mines golf

A look down the No. 6 hole at The Mines in Grand Rapids. (Courtesy of The Mines)

#11 Grand Rapids – Grand Golf Getaway

Deal: Stay & play the area’s best courses with a hotel-golf package.

Expires: Nov. 1

Details: “Grand Rapids boasts some of Michigan’s finest golf courses–and six of the best are participating in a special stay & play deal this summer. Check in to the Country Inn & Suites East Hotel for one or two nights and play up to 54 holes at Pilgrim’s Run (Golf Advisor’s top Michigan course), Ravines (an Arnold Palmer design), The Mines (built atop historic gypsum mines) and more. After a day on the links, relax at one of the city’s 40+ breweries.” For more information, check here.

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DESTINATION BALI: Travel tips and hot deals for an Indonesian holiday

Our resident travel expert Megan O’Sullivan has given us the green light to finally return to Bali for a Holiday

In this segment from The Juice Megan chats about the different aspects of travelling to the Indonesian holiday destination and information about luxury resorts on the island!

Megan’s agency, itravel The Junction, also has a cheeky little deal happening for people keen to travel to Bali at the moment. You can check it out here, and listen back below for more Bali holiday tips.

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