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Delta’s weekly SkyMiles deal returns with deals to Asia and Australia. These aren’t quite the sale as last week’s flash sale, but there are more offers available with a few more days to buy.

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As usual, deals extend slightly past the official dates noted. Finding really solid deals takes some effort this time. Probably the best are the cheapest, such as 34K (and $56) for Seattle to Tokyo in November, where you’re getting about 1.8 cents/SkyMile.

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Other options aren’t as good, especially when the fees start adding up. That’s mainly due to the never-ending deals offered buy Chinese airlines keeping Asia prices low. 44,000 SkyMiles (& $41) Boston – Beijing isn’t really a deal if you can fly United for $576. This is closer to Delta’s strategy of “1 SkyMile = 1 cent”. While these might not be the most exciting offers, if a deal gets you where you want to go it can be a good deal.

a screenshot of a white screenDon’t forget that flights to Asia are main cabin, including seat selection and 2 bags.  These will be around until next week’s offers, but book now before the best options disappear.

How to Book

Travel Dates

  • Each route has a week-long window, with the earliest deal starting 10/11 and latest ending 12/5

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