While ugly sweaters may not be the most flattering articles of clothing, there are some great reasons to wear one. They'll keep you warm on the coldest of days, they're super festive, and you don't need to worry about looking good in one. Now there's another reason to wear this unsightly shirt, and it's not what you'd expect. This month, your Christmas sweater will make your flight more enjoyable than a ride in Santa's sleigh. Alaska Airline's ugly sweater boarding event will get you on your flight faster when you're dressed in your ugliest top.

Wearing ugly sweaters has never been so fly! On December 20, you can enjoy priority boarding on Alaska Airlines flights when you wear any kind of holiday sweater.

The promotion comes in celebration of National Ugly Sweater Day and includes all Alaska and Horizon Air flights. 

Dig up your most hideous holiday sweater and get rewarded with faster boarding.

You can also enjoy other holiday festivities during the flight, such as decor, holiday boarding music and free Christmas movies, to make your flight feel like a mini-Christmas party.

To make your travels all the merrier, you can indulge in some yuletide beverages at Alaska Lounges. Sip on snowflake sprinkled lattes and peppermint mochas as you wait for your flight.

On December 20, things are getting lit with the special hot toddy cocktail, the perfect addition to any ugly sweater.

This isn't the first time Alaska Airlines has offered a priority boarding deal. 

In November, anyone carrying a holiday Starbucks cup received priority boarding on their flights, and some lucky passengers received a special treat on their seats.

Spread Christmas cheer as you travel by putting on your ugly sweater this year.

There's no need to wait around when you're dressed for Christmas, and you'll get to your seat that much faster with your holiday top on December 20.

Ugly Sweater Priority Boarding

When: December 20, 2019

Why You Need It: Get priority boarding on your Alaska Airlines flight when you come dressed in your holiday sweater.

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