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How To Score A Cash Upgrade To Alaska First Class

Different airlines take different approaches to monetizing their first class cabin when it comes to unsold seats. While the most common way to get upgraded to first class is using elite status or miles, many airlines will also sell upgrades for cash. Some airlines do this in advance as a way of having people skip the upgrade list (in many cases even encouraging elite members to pay to upgrade when they're upgrade eligible), while other airlines only sell upgrades at check-in.
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