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SAS sHareholder program

Join the SAS Shareholder program for exclusive travel benefits.

Updated 5 October, 2022

As a shareholder, you are an important part of the future of SAS, and we thank you for supporting SAS as a vital part of Scandinavian infrastructure and on our journey to become the global leader of sustainable aviation.

In order to register for SAS shareholder program and gain access to exclusive travel benefits you need to be a private shareholder, holding your shares in either a custody or ISK account. 

You also need to:

  1. Own a minimum of 4000 shares, privately, in your own name
  2. Be part of our EuroBonus program
  3. Be a permanent resident in either Denmark, Norway or Sweden

What's in it for me?

Depending on how many shares you own, there are different benefits:

EuroBonus Gold and EuroBonus Diamond status, awarded in the Shareholder program, are not qualifying for Life Time Gold; and will also not permit give away silver and gold membership cards that normally is a benefit, if membership has been granted through pointcollection or number of qualifying flights.

Dates and times to consider:

To be eligible for the coming year’s program and receive the exclusive travel benefits, you must have bought the shares prior the annual control date November 30, 2022. (For a new shareholder it might take up to 1 month before you are visible in the systems and can sign up for the SAS shareholder program.)

You then need to register for the program before February 28, 2023, in order to take part in coming year's travel benefits, which are applicable for a full year from April 1, 2023 until March 31, 2024.

Yes, I want to participate!

Click below to register for the program via our partner, VP Shareholder Services.

Read the full Terms & Privacy policy for SAS Shareholder program here

Questions and answers

NOTEThe older version of SAS Shareholder service has expired, but you are very welcome to register in the new version of SAS Shareholder program instead.