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Finally, an honest-to-goodness reasons to carry on to be one of the many ugly Christmas sweaters.
Alaska Airlines announced on Tuesday the return of National Ugly Sweater Day,” a promotion that awards passengers to wear “ugly” holiday sweaters in a free priority boarding.
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The jerseys don’t even have to be “ugly.” For one day, Dec. 20 — all those boards, and have their Alaska Airlines flight, “the wearing of any kind of holiday sweater” will be rewarded with priority on the call.
“We know holiday travel can be stressful for some, which is why we have made sure that the operation of the ‘joy carrier’ at this time of the year, it is an experience that brings the non-stop fun for all of our guests,” said Natalie Bowman, Alaska Airlines’ managing director of advertising and marketing, in a press release. “We’re going to be happy to make your trip an unforgettable one; it is the celebration of Ugly Sweater Day is just another way to make the vacation a priority.”
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In addition, Alaska Airlines is debuting her very own holiday sweater in conjunction with a promotion, making it the airline’s third holiday sweater ever since the launch of the ‘ National Ugly Sweater Day,” a promotion in 2017.
In 2019, the third year in a row that guests at the holiday gear, and get priority boarding on Alaska Airlines flights.
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This year, the result of holiday sweater is now available at the company’s online store for $30.
Alaska Airlines, the lounges will also be offering a special holiday drinks available throughout the season, including the “snowflake-topped lattes,” and “the peppermint mochas, together with a one-day-only ‘special’ hot toddy cocktail” will only be available on Dec. 20 and, again, in honor of “National Ugly Sweater Day.”
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But then again, Alaska Airlines has won the award of priority boarding and the move up to the passengers to wear a holiday sweater, so with a beautifully decorated top-to do so. (You might want to steer clear of wearing a ” cocaine-snorting, Santa, that was for sure. In the event that there are children around.)