Alaska Select Seafood: Direct from Alaska Fishermen + Discount Code! *My Personal Recommendation*

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A few days ago on Facebook and Instagram I shared with you a new opportunity that I found out about that is coming to Utah! This is a game changer for me people! A chance to get FRESH Alaskan Seafood DIRECTLY from Alaska Fishermen straight to your home. I’m giddy about this!

Before I was married I spent some of the most amazing summers in Seward Alaska. Not only was it one of the most beautiful places in the world, it gave me my deep love for really good fresh seafood. I’m crazy picky now that I’ve had the best of the best.

Of course Utah is not known for fresh seafood, so when I learned that an Alaska Fisherman is offering FRESH, WILD, AND AMAZING Alaskan Seafood directly here in Utah I HAD to jump at the chance to try it! You guys!! I knew I would love the Sockeye Salmon, but the Snow Crab, Black Cod, and Shrimp are to die for!!

I feel like I have a secret hookup for seafood now and so can you! Alaska Select is bringing their seafood directly from the fishermen to Utah on November 7th! This is a one day only pickup. I told you it’s direct! 

Here’s how it works, you order online by October 24th. You will then pick up your order directly from Alaska on November 7th. There are 2 pickup locations in Utah.
  • Salt Lake City – Liberty Park 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
  • Draper – Wheadon Park 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Of course I am able to hook you guys up with a discount code, because that’s how I roll. 😉

Head on over HERE to order and use code UTAHSAVINGS at checkout to get 10% off! I’m totally impressed with the prices for this SUPER HIGH Quality of fish. Remember, these are Wild Caught. They have the HIGHEST standards of care and handling of your fish, this is Fine Restaurant Quality or BETTER!

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