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Alaska Airlines wants to send you to the Big Game in the Big Apple

Alaska Airlines and Russell Wilson
Alaska Airlines and Russell Wilson
Alaska Airlines

The Seattle Seahawks are going to New York for the biggest game of the year.

You could go too. To New York that is.

Alaska Airlines and star quarterback Russell Wilson are partnering up again, and will fly an entire Alaska Airlines plan full of crazed 12th fans to the Big Apple with an inflight tailgate party and admission to an festive game day party in midtown Manhattan.

This is called the "Russell Wilson 12th Fan Airlift," and you need to go on Alaska Airlines' Facebook page today to register. This contest is open to residents of Washington, Oregon and Alaska. See the rules and sign up for your chance at

This could be a once in a lifetime opportunity for a football fan.

"We're thrilled to invite some of the loudest 12s to join us in supporting Russell and the Seahawks in this historic championship game," said Joe Sprague, vice president of marketing. "On behalf of our 13,000 Alaska and Horizon employees, it's been an honor to support Russell and our hometown football team. From all of us, we say: We're in—and go Hawks!"

According to the customer-friendly airline, Russell Wilson and Alaska Airlines have a great relationship.

The "Russell Wilson 12th Fan Airlift" sweepstakes is the third in a series of promotions that Alaska Airlines and Wilson have launched this month. In "Russell's 12th Fan Rescue," six fans and their guests were "Russ-cued" from rival territories across the nation, and each received an all-expenses paid trip to Seattle on Alaska Airlines, plus playoff game tickets. More than 3,000 entries were submitted in the nationwide contests.

Wilson is regarded as "Chief Football Officer" at Alaska Airlines. If you are a football fan, travelers wearing a Russell Wilson jersey can board early on flights departing from Seattle for the rest of the football season.

Go "like" Alaska Airlines on Facebook and you may be going to New York.

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