Business and First Class incredible fares (less than $80) from Europe to US and other destinations!

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View from the Wing has the details about an incredible fare “sale” from Europe to many destinations.  Please see this post for details.  I’ll update this Quick Deal as the story develops…

Shown above: London to Johannesburg for about $44!

UPDATE 9:28 AM: United.com appears to be the only site known to work with this trick. Do not log into your United account to book.  See the View from the Wing post for other instructions.

 

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9 Comments on "Business and First Class incredible fares (less than $80) from Europe to US and other destinations!"

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dean
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Are there RT? i.e. since they come to the US…can you book FROM the US? Or have to book 2 trips?

Doug
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The only way to take advantage of this sale/mistake is to either to genuinely live in Denmark (with a real Denmark billing address) or to commit fraud.

Pete
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@Doug: are you going to go to every blog to say the same thing? lol…

Points With a Crew
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It looks like according to the Flyertalk thread that the deal is no longer working on United.com

Pszczolka
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United have removed Denmark as an option now! Guess they caught on…

smay
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Got so freakin close! had it booked all the way when it died about 10:15

Leslie
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Aww, too bad. By the way, in your business you would still be honoring a sale of something for $50 that’s worth $12,000, right? Shame on them for pulling the plug and spoiling your ethical day.

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