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Delta SkyMiles is running a flash sale with Delta One between a number of US Cities and Tokyo, including in A350 suites, on sale from 90K SkyMiles round trip. With the coronavirus situation in Asia causing a dip in demand, it isn’t surprising to see a sale nor do I expect that this sale will appeal to all readers. However, when I received this deal via email from Thrifty Traveler Premium and saw that 90K round trip pricing was holding into June, I thought it was worth posting for those who will still travel and/or those with elite status who get free change or cancellation fees if they decide not to go.
- Delta SkyMiles is offering a flash sale with Delta One business class available from a number of US cities to Tokyo from 90K SkyMiles round trip
- Search at Delta.com
Recent news coverage out of Japan has obviously centered on the Diamond Princess and I’m not personally planning any 2020 travel to Asia, but to each his or her own in terms of how, where, and when to travel. For those looking to visit Japan this spring for Cherry Blossom season or early this summer, it’s hard to beat 90K miles round trip in business class. The only cheaper round trip option to Asia in business class of which I’m aware is flying ANA.
The A350 and A330neo fly with Delta One Suites out of Seattle and you can find itineraries connecting in Seattle that originate in quite a few other cities. Here was Los Angeles to Tokyo:
Flagship A350 Delta One suites are indeed available out of Seattle at that price:
You can find similar pricing out of San Diego, Seattle, and several other west coast cities.
There are even some dates as low as 100K SkyMiles round trip out of New York City, though in this example it is connecting through Portland and thus will not feature suites.
You can easily go to Delta.com and enter search criteria and then hit “price calendar” to look at a range of dates.
Overall, these deals are about as good as it gets in terms of using Delta miles to fly on Delta Airlines. Obviously the timing is difficult, but for those looking to travel to Japan during the included time frame this is a solid deal.