Thursday, April 18, 2024

Alaska Airlines Reveals 2022 Christmas Sweater And Other Gift Ideas

Alaska Airlines says it is taking the “ugly” out of the Ugly Sweater Contest as they have introduced their newest holiday sweater. The company wants you to make this your go-to look for your annual holiday party.

Alaska Airlines Reveals 2022 Christmas Sweater
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Whether you’re spending the holidays at home this year in your favorite sweater or flying Alaska to somewhere special, the airline has gift ideas for the travel lover in your life.

Gifts for the kids or those kids at heart

At Alaska, we love to inspire a love for travel from a young age and beyond. We have gifts for the kiddos in your life and for those who love things that are just plane cute – from plush toys to onesies and jetpacks (literally), there’s something fun for everyone.

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A little something for your furry friend(s)

From airplane-adorned leashes to bow-ties, bandanas and more, Alaska has fun accessories to spoil your pets this holiday season.

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Sport Alaska Air’s favorite hometown hockey team gear

As an official sponsor of the Seattle Kraken NHL team, the Alaska Company Store has what you need for game day with gear from head to toe, like hats, shirts and more. Fans can also bring home our special Seattle Kraken aircraft, which took off during the team’s inaugural season last year.

Alaska Airlines Reveals 2022 Christmas Sweater
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Cozy up with some of our holiday favorites

There’s nothing a true travel aficionado loves more than some merch to represent their favorite airline. This year, we have backpacks to carry all of your essentials and don’t let your toes miss out on our holiday-themed socks and other cozy apparel. Another fan favorite is our mini holiday sweater ornament.

Alaska Airlines Reveals 2022 Christmas Sweater
Photo Courtesy of Alaska Airlines

 Check out all of these great gifts and more here.

Give the Gift of Travel

This holiday season Alaska Airlines is inviting guests to give the gift of travel. We’re donating one million miles to our CARE Miles program, a unique and meaningful way our Mileage Plan members can support important causes, including Make-A-Wish, Fisher House Foundation, The Nature Conservancy and disaster relief organizations.

You can also share miles with someone to help them reach their next award level or top off your own. Gift certificates are also a great gift idea for the traveler in your life, which can be emailed or printed. They’re available in increments between $25–$500, and never expire.

Best of all, no wrapping required! Pair it with some Alaska-branded gear fit for the seasoned travel professional – from toiletry organizers to luggage tags and reusable water bottles.

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