If you are heading to Phoenix for The Big Game on Sunday, Feb. 1 better get a move on, despite the fact that there will be more flights than ever. One more thing: The airlines know these Super Bowl flights will sell out so they will be expensive. We’re seeing some round-trips from Boston in the $1,500-$1,600 range and Seattle flights as high as $2,000.
Here are the latest additions. Some have sold out, but more may be added:
The airline announced today it is adding more non-stop flights and connecting flights as follows:
- Boston – Phoenix
- Manchester, New Hampshire – Phoenix
- Seattle – Phoenix
Note: These extra flights will only be available from Thursday, Jan. 29 and Monday, Feb. 2.
The airline is adding two non-stops between Seattle and Phoenix between Jan. 29 and Feb. 2. UPDATE: According to media reports, these flights are now sold out but you can still win a couple of round-trip flights plus hotel in a contest sponsored by Russell Wilson, Alaska’s “Chief Foot Officer” who moonlights as the Seahawk’s quarterback.
The airline says it’s adding another non-stop between Boston and Phoenix on Jan. 30 and Feb. 2. UPDATE: Whoops, the Monday flight is already sold out so they’re adding another. Hurry.
It’s not clear if this carrier is adding seats, but US Airways still has direct flights as of this writing between Boston-Phoenix with for about $1,500 and non-stops between Seattle-Phoenix in the $1,100 range.
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