There’s an amazing mistake fare this morning between several US cities and Peru on Avianca.
Via SecretFlying, you can fly to Cusco or Lima, Peru, for as little as ~$407 round-trip in Business Class! Travel dates are in June 2016.
That’s an incredible deal!
Because this is a mistake fare, there’s a chance it MAY not be honored. So don’t book non-refundable hotels or activities just yet!
Here’s a Great Chance to Check One Off the Bucket List! Visit Peru for Just ~$407 Round-Trip in Business Class!
This will NOT last. I’ll share the details!
Hurry! Via SecretFlying, you can fly round-trip on China Eastern Airlines from Chicago to cities like Phuket, Singapore, Manila, Ho Chi Minh City, and Bangkok starting at ~$479!
Fly from Chicago to Bangkok, Thailand for ~$479!
Act fast if you want to take advantage of this deal. Because I don’t know how long it will last!
Want to visit Australia for cheap?
Secret Flying reports a very low fare from Chicago to Perth, Australia on United Airlines and JetStar Asia for just ~$489 round-trip in coach.
This appears to be a mistake fare. So don’t book non-refundable hotels or activities until you’re sure the fare will be honored.
Book Fast! Fly From Chicago to Perth, Australia for Just ~$489 Round-Trip
I’ll explain how to book it!
With Virgin America’s new sweepstakes, it’s easy to earn 250 free Virgin America points! And if you’re not already enrolled in their frequent flyer program, you can earn 500 more points!
You Can Use Virgin America Points to Fly to Hawaii with Their Partner Airline, Hawaiian Airlines!
Here’s how to enter. And ideas for ways to use your Virgin America points!
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Here’s another terrific fare sale to Europe! Via The Flight Deal, you can fly to Dublin this winter from 3 US cities on Delta starting at ~$314 round-trip in coach!
- Chicago – ~$461 round-trip
- San Francisco – ~$577 round-trip
- Washington, DC – ~$314 round-trip
Get Your Irish On! I Found Flights Over St. Patrick’s Day From Washington, DC, to Dublin for ~$346 Round-Trip!
Book quickly, because these fares won’t last!
Starting May 24, 2016, you can use Singapore Airlines miles to book a Premium Economy award ticket.
And starting June 1, 2016, you’ll be able to use miles to upgrade a paid coach ticket to Premium Economy or a paid Premium Economy ticket to Business Class.
It’s easy to earn Singapore Airlines miles because you can transfer points from all 4 flexible points programs.
But in most cases, using Singapore Airlines miles to book Premium Economy award tickets is NOT a good deal.
Starting May 24, You Can Use Singapore Airlines Miles to Book Premium Economy Award Seats
I’ll explain if this new option is a good way to use miles!
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Million Mile Secrets reader, Jon, commented:
Is it possible to sign-up for the Chase Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards® Premier card AND Chase Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards® Plus card, then have your spouse sign-up for the Chase Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards® Premier Business card (or another personal card) and link them all to one Southwest loyalty account so you can get 150,000 Southwest points? Because someone said it is almost impossible for one person to get approved for all 3 cards.
Excellent question! Unfortunately, you can NOT link someone else’s credit card to your Southwest loyalty account because the names must match.
And transferring Southwest points from someone else’s account into yours won’t count toward the Southwest Companion Pass.
Want to Fly With a Companion? You Can Open 2 Chase Southwest Cards and Earn Nearly Enough Points for the Southwest Companion Pass. Or, You Could Try for Three. But There Are Some Things to Keep in Mind!
You could try to open all 3 cards yourself. I’ll help you make the best decision!
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