SAS launches “improved” upgrade service

Bids for upgrades to be possible from April 25
SAS is launching a “new and improved” upgrade service by April 25. Passengers can bid to upgrade to Plus or Business class. The highest bid wins the upgrade.
In SAS Upgrade, as the new service is called, bids for an upgrade can be made immediately after booking and up to 48 hours before departure. Customers will get a notification by email of whether their bid has been accepted 36 hours before departure.
Payment for the upgrade is only made once the bid has been accepted. An upgrade to Plus or Business comes with all the benefits of those classes.
The new upgrade page can be found at www.flysas.com/upgrade from April 25. It will still be possible to buy upgrades at the airport, from 22 hours before departure.
TTG Nordic

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