How to Earn and Use Lufthansa Miles: Part 5 – Segments, Stopovers & Open Jaws

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The 50,000 Lufthansa miles sign-up bonus on the Lufthansa card will end on June 30, 2014.  Because I’ve gotten emails about how to use Lufthansa miles, I’ve updated my guide on using Lufthansa miles.

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You Can Add 1 Stopover in Brussels on the Way to Moscow and a 2nd Stopover on the Way Back

How to Earn and Use Lufthansa Miles:

Segments, Stopovers & Open Jaws

You can add stopovers and open jaws on a Lufthansa award flight.  However, Lufthansa limits how many segments you can have on a flight.  But they are quite generous with stopovers.

Click on the updated Segments, Stopovers & Open Jaws to learn more!

Bottom Line

You can add 2 stopovers or 2 open jaws on a round-trip award outside of 1 region.  But there is a limit on the number of segments per flight.

So the 50,000 Lufthansa miles from the Lufthansa card can get you Big Travel with Small Money.  But you have to apply by June 30, 2014.

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