Your boarding pass contains deals and other free things. Don’t throw it out!

Did you know that your boarding pass may contain access to attractions for free, and other discounts? I tend to ditch my passes, though now that I know there’s a slew of benefits just for flying, I might save them.


When you show a boarding pass from any airline at Steamboat Ski and Resort (about 2 hours north of Vail, or 3 hours from Denver), you’ll get a free night of skiing on your arrival date.

When you show an Alaska Airlines boarding pass at the Alyeska Resort outside of Anchorage, AK, you’ll get a free day of skiing on your arrival date.

When you show an Alaska Airlines boarding pass at over 300 wineries in Oregon, you can taste wine for free. In Washington, it’s over 200 wineries.

Your boarding pass also entitles you discounts at museums and other attractions across the globe. Receive discounted ticket prices at the Mozarthaus in Vienna, or a 10% discount at Galleries Lafayette in Paris, for example.

Korean Air also offers two discount programs for their boarding pass holders – Excellent Boarding Pass Korea (for attractions in Korea, within 7 days of a ticket from an international destination), and Excellent Boarding Pass Worldwide (for attractions across the world, within 30 days of a ticket from Korea).

Asiana’s Magic Boarding Pass includes similar discounts, in both Asia and abroad.

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Hold a Singapore Airlines boarding pass? Enjoy 10% the best available rates of many popular hotels in Singapore – and, it’s good for up to 30 days after arrival. You can also enjoy a ton of discounts within Changi Airport, too.

Here’s a video explaining more:

Tip of the Hat: CNBC

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