Delta Flash Sale: Fly to the Pacific Northwest for Fewer Miles

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If you have been hoping to use your miles to get to the Pacific Northwest this spring, here’s your chance to do it for fewer SkyMiles as Portland and Seattle are this month’s Delta Flash Sale destinations! This sale also works in reverse in case you want to get out of Portland or Seattle for fewer miles than normal.


Delta doesn’t have an award chart, so you have to just take their word for it that this is a “sale”, but generally speaking their monthly flash sales are a very good time to put your SkyMiles to use. Here are some of the lowest one-way award rates I have spotted to/from Seattle and Portland during this flash sale for travel on select dates from April 15 – June 9, 2018. Note that occasionally the round trip priced slightly cheaper than two one-ways, so do some different searches for your cities to be sure you are getting the best rate possible.

  • Houston – Seattle 11,000 miles
  • Houston – Portland 15,000 miles
  • Portland – Seattle 7,000 miles
  • Los Angeles – Seattle 6,500 miles
  • San Francisco – Seattle 6,500 miles
  • Las Vegas – Portland 8,500 miles
  • Las Vegas – Seattle 7,000 miles
  • Dallas – Seattle 11.500 miles
  • NYC – Seattle 11,000 miles
  • NYC – Portland 10,500 miles

To get the flash sales rates, you must book by 11:59PM ET February 14, 2018, and travel between April 15 and June 9, 2018.If you are low on Delta SkyMiles, remember they transfer 1:1 from the Amex Membership Rewards program and cards like The Amex EveryDay® Credit Card and The Business Gold Rewards Card.

If you are thinking about putting together a trip to Seattle, here are a couple posts to help you out.

If you found some good award rates in this flash sale, I’d love to hear about what you found!

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