I'm not quite a newbie, but hardly a veteran at all of this. My trips keep getting more and more logistically challenging, and I've got a great one stewing for next May. Hawaii and American Samoa - we're working our way through a US National Park checklist, and AS has the most remote park you can find (2 others in Alaska are difficult, but not this far). Anyway ... I've broken this trip into CLE->SEA the SEA->HNL with an overnight in SEA. We would pay for the Alaska Air SEA->HNL ticket, using the $100 companion ticket. Trying to fly from CLE straight to HNL requires 2 layovers, and we'd rather have the one in SEA be an overnight w/hotel. In both directions. Oh, coming back we're flying from Kona (KOA) to SEA, but want an overnight before flying back home to CLE. Getting to Seattle is left to be planned, but we have all sorts of options here, if we book as a separate ticket. Finally, the question. Is it possible to buy a single Alaska Air ticket, get the $110 companion ticket for CLE to Hawaii and back, accomodating an overnight stay in Seattle? This isn't going to work for us without the overnight. The flights automatically suggested by the Alaska Air schedule are very inconvenient. Thanks in advance. PS - We're flying the costly flight form HNL to PPG and back via miles ... a combination of AA and Hawaiian Air miles to get 2 one ways, both on HA planes. In coach, but I'm happy to not have to pay the $900 RT for these babies.