All time cheapest we have ever seen a Non-Stop Boston to Seattle flight on a legit airline. Alaska Airlines and jetBlue are in a price war so there is no telling how long these trips will be available. If I was in Boston I would be booking my ticket right now.

Boston to Seattle usually runs $375 or more — these flights save 40% and get you there Non-Stop on Alaska Airlines.

For those who don't know, I love Alaska Airlines (and SeaTac's airport view).

Not just because they are one of the only airlines to allow you to bring Surfboards with you for a reasonable price, but also because they prioritize what I prioritize during the winter. Last year they even arranged for your Alaska boarding pass to count as a lift-ticket the day you land at some of the best resorts in the west.

While there is no word on that lift-ticket deal re-running for this coming season (I have a call in to Alaska Airlines on that), we woke up today to one the best prices we have seen in the last year to Seattle.

In case you needed more reasons to thinking about booking this one, the National Weather service just changed the winter forecast for the Pacific Northwest in a HUGE way, going from 'neutral' to La Niña.

The last La Niña saw Mt. Baker rack up 866 inches of snowfall and 68 days with more than 5 inches of fresh snow. That means plenty of opportunity for some of this:

Ski + Snowboard

Heck they even have 15 inches of fresh in the last few days with a few additional inches coming the next few days (with Cold in the forecast for the coming weeks). That means opening day at Mt. Baker may be sooner rather than later this year.

Hopefully it looks like opening day last season:

Given the fact that there were no fewer than 5 days with at least 14 inches or more of freshness last December your chances to score some of your own are for SURE better than average. December being exactly when most of these cheap flights go down.