What does MVP status on Alaska Airlines mean?
MVP members receive complimentary upgrades to Alaska Premium Class. (Photo courtesy of Alaska Airlines) The lowest level in Alaska’s program is MVP status, which normally requires 20,000 elite qualifying miles with Alaska or its partners.
How to get MVP Gold in Alaska?
You can even keep your status indefinitely by becoming a Million Miler. The requirement (you guessed it) is to fly 1 million miles on flights operated in Alaska. This will earn you lifetime MVP Gold status.
How long does Alaska’s MVP status last?
For example, if you achieve your MVP™ MVP™ Gold or Gold 75K qualification in September 2016, your status will take effect approximately 2 weeks later and will be valid until December 31, 2017.
When does Alaska Airlines MVP Gold status begin?
Now, Alaska Airlines has just revealed that it will offer a new top tier of elite status starting in 2022. Here’s what we know so far about the Alaska Airlines MVP Gold 100K mileage plan. International airport on September 15, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Aaron P/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)
How many miles does it take to become Alaska MVP?
You can earn Alaska MVP status by completing 20,000 miles on Alaska or 25,000 miles on Partners or completing 30 qualifying segments. Here’s how the elite levels of the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan compare to each other: Alaska Elite Status Level Requirements. Members who fly 1,000,000 over Alaska are granted lifetime MVP Gold status.
What are the benefits of Alaska MVP status?
One of the most compelling — and confusing — perks of Alaska’s elite MVP status is the chance to receive upgrades from Master Cabin to First Class. There are three ways to leverage your elite status to put yourself in front of the curtain: Each flight has a number of “First Upgrade” fares available.
How much does an MVP Alaska Lounge cost?
Discounted Alaska Lounge Membership Elite Level Price Savings MVP $400 $50 MVP Gold $350 $100 MVP Gold 75K $300 $150