This Error Fare Won’t Last! Fly Round-Trip to Asia in Lie-Flat Business Class for Under $600!
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Don’t wait! We’re seeing INSANELY cheap Business Class fares (under $600!) from a couple of US cities to Asia, including spots like Shanghai, Bangkok, and more!
You can fly Hong Kong Airlines in lie-flat Business Class seats for ~$600 round-trip from cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco to a number of different cities in Asia!
These cheap fares are valid on flights from September 2018 through March 2019. So if you’re planning a trip to that part of the world, now is a great time to snag an amazing deal!
I found a flight from Los Angeles to Bangkok for ~$598. And another from San Francisco to Manila for only ~$618!
To search for discounted routes that fit your travel plans, see our post for how to use Google Flights to find sale dates. Then book directly on the airlines’ website, or through a site like Expedia.
These cheap fares don’t seem to be showing up in the Chase or AMEX travel portals, so it doesn’t look like you’ll be able to pay with points for this deal. And remember because these appear to be error fares, there is always a chance that the airline won’t honor them.
Let us know if you end up booking a ticket!
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