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Multiple Business Class Award Seats Available on Flights to New Zealand Next Summer!

Multiple Business Class Award Seats Available on Flights to New Zealand Next Summer!

Million Mile SecretsMultiple Business Class Award Seats Available on Flights to New Zealand Next Summer!Million Mile Secrets Team

Via View From the Wing, there are several non-stop, round-trip Business Class award seats on United Airlines flights between San Francisco to Auckland in July and August 2017.  

These seats are usually difficult to find.  So this is great news if you’ve been wanting to explore the Southern Hemisphere or Pacific Islands!

In many cases, there are 4 or more award seats available on the same flight.  This means you can bring family or friends along for a trip to New Zealand!

Multiple Business Class Award Seats Available On Flights To New Zealand Next Summer
Finding Enough Available Award Seats for Family Travel Can Be a Challenge! But There Are Plenty of Award Seats on United Airlines Flights to New Zealand Next Summer!

I’ll show you how you can book these flights!

Book Business Class Award Flights to New Zealand

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Available Business Class award seats from San Francisco to New Zealand are on United Airlines.  Depending on what kind of miles you collect, you can book these flights through Star Alliance partner airlines.

For example, the same United Airlines one-way Business Class award flight costs:

If you need more United Airlines miles, you can instantly transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points at a 1:1 ratio.

And for Air Canada Aeroplan miles, you can instantly transfer AMEX Membership Rewards points at a 1:1 ratio.

Avianca is expected to launch a new credit card soon that will offer a 60,000-mile sign-up bonus!  But if you already have enough miles, you can book a seat now.

With all of these loyalty programs, you will NOT pay fuel surcharges for an award seat on United Airlines.  And you can search which seats are available on the United Airlines website.

Don’t Live in San Francisco? Get There With Miles!

Here’s a few ways you can get to San Francisco to start your New Zealand adventure:

Let me know if you book award flights to Auckland next summer!

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