On most airlines and airline websites (e.g. UA, CO, DL), you can see the fare code of the flight you are buying and you also know what the upgrade priority is based on fare code. Often the rules are embedded into the fare code as well, including advance purchase, non-refundability. I haven't been able to figure out what fare category any given flight booking is, not on alaskaair.com nor on the Easybiz websites. Not by looking at the confirmation nor the Easybiz ticket report. Only when I get to on-line check-in, if I ask to print a receipt, then it shows the fare code. I think it would be useful and informative to know the fare codes. Does anyone know how to display them? As an example, I have a full flex ticket coming up, on a connection, though the fare is relatively low, and certainly lower than the one-way full flex fare on one of the segments. Am I actually booked into Y?