Flash Sale: Delta Business Class to Europe for 99,000 Miles!

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If you racked up some Delta miles thanks to their co-branded credit card bonuses or similar you now have an opportunity to really stretch them thanks to a great SkyMiles Flash Sale! For two days – through November 16, 2016, you can book Delta One Business Class from the lower 48 to Europe for just 99,000 miles round trip (plus taxes and fees) for travel from March 1 to June 30, 2017.

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Delta One courtesy of Delta Air Lines

These Delta One seats are “flat-beds with direct aisle access, Westin Heavenly In-Flight Bedding, chef-curated menus with thoughtfully selected fine wines, come with Delta Sky Club access and more”. Now, I’m sure you’re not shocked that availability isn’t fantastic, but it is there and this is a great price since the lowest price outside of the sale is now 140,000 miles round trip. Some of the destinations included in the sale are:

• LHR – London
• MAN – Manchester
• ZRH – Zurich
• BRU – Brussels
• DUS – Dusseldorf
• FRA – Frankfurt
• CDG – Paris

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I recommend using the five week view when searching for Delta award availability so you can quickly spot which days are offering the 99,000 mile round trip Delta One flights! Some of these dates may even line up with spring break dates!

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Remember you can transfer your Amex Membership Reward points into Delta SkyMiles in case you need a little help getting to the 99,000 mile mark in your account. I’d love to know if you were able to make this sale work for your family!

 

Thanks to Frequent Miler for sharing news of this sale.

Editorial Note: The opinions expressed here are mine and not provided, reviewed, by any bank, card issuer, or other company unless otherwise stated.

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  1. Thank you for this article! I stumbled upon it in “Flipboard”. I had the miles saved up and it was the reason I needed to book a trip to Germany.

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