$536 Non-Stop New York to Brazil + All You Can Fly in Brazil for $299!

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Via The Flight Deal, you can fly TAM from New York to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for ~$536 round-trip in coach.  And the flights are non-stop!

536 Nonstop New York To Brazil All You Can Fly In Brazil For 299
If You Want to Visit Rio de Janeiro, You Can Fly There on TAM for ~$536 Round-Trip From New York!

I’ll also share a separate deal about how to fly around Brazil with unlimited flights for $299!

You can search for this fare using ITA Matrix or Google Flights, then book it on the TAM website.

This deal won’t last long, so book now if you’re interested!

How To Book It

Link:   ITA Matrix

Link:   Google Flights

Here’s how to use Google Flights or ITA Matrix to find sale dates.

I found these fares using ITA Matrix and was able to book them on the airline website.

Note:   Remember, to enter Brazil, you’ll need to purchase a visa BEFORE you leave.

What’s the Deal?

Fly to Brazil on TAM

TAM has cheap flights from New York to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for ~$536 round-trip.

Travel through early December 2015.  Most dates are available until then, except for around Thanksgiving.

536 Nonstop New York To Brazil All You Can Fly In Brazil For 299
A Super Deal Between New York and Brazil!

You must stay in Brazil for at least 3 days (which won’t be hard to do!) and purchase your ticket 3 days in advance.

Explore Brazil for 10 or 21 Days With Unlimited Flights

I wrote yesterday about Azul Airline’s limited-time promotion for unlimited passes to fly around Brazil for 10 or 21 days.  The passes start at just $299!

To get that deal, though, you must fly to Brazil on Azul Airlines or a United Airlines codeshare flight.

But, if you want to stay in Brazil for an extended time, it could be worth it to use the pass to explore other cities in the country, the beaches and waterfalls, or the Amazon rainforest!

Don’t Live Near New York? Get There for Cheap!

You can use your miles to get to New York for close to free!

Here’s a few ways you can get there:

Get Free Hotel Nights With These Cards

Link:   Hot Deals – Hotel Credit Cards

If you book a cheap flight, remember there are lots of ways to get cheap or free hotel rooms with points from credit card bonuses and spending!

Here are some of my favorite Starwood hotels in Central and South America for ideas on where to stay, if you want to travel beyond Brazil.

To find hotels that can be booked with points, I use Hotel Hustle (which even shows you if rooms are actually available!) or AwardMapper.

Remember, you can transfer flexible points like Chase Ultimate Rewards or American Express Membership Rewards to different hotel programs.

536 Nonstop New York To Brazil All You Can Fly In Brazil For 299
Remember You Can Transfer Points From Bank and Airline Programs to Hotels

Check out my posts on all the ways to earn Hilton and Hyatt points!

Note:  Folks who want to book paid stays could check out discount sites like Orbitz, Expedia, or TravelPony for deals.  But remember you won’t get stay credits or points (and might not have your elite status recognized!).

And Airbnb is a great way to save money on accommodations, especially for longer stays.  Here are some tips on how to negotiate a better Airbnb price!

Bottom Line

Fares from New York to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, are ~$536 round-trip in coach until early December 2015.

There are blackout dates around Thanksgiving, and you must stay in Brazil at least 3 days.  There’s a 3-day advance purchase requirement.

If you want to spend more than a week in Brazil, consider the unlimited pass offered by Azul Airlines.  But to take part in that deal, you’ll have to fly on Azul Airlines or a United Airlines codeshare flight.

Let me know if you buy a ticket!

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