Champagne, anyone?

Direct transcontinental flights between East Coast and West Coast hubs are rarely cheap in any cabin. So when the opportunity to pay $399 one way for a fully flat bed, champagne, multi course dining and lounge access presents itself – that’s exciting, especially when you can use just 12,000 points to fly back the other way for “free”. United and Delta are aggressively rolling out their new flat beds on more routes to compete with JetBlue Mint, so they’re all dropping deals everywhere!

The Business Class Deals

Delta, JetBlue and United are rolling out flat beds on more and more transcontinental routes. The latest major effort: Boston. United and Delta have both launched aggressive sales at $399 one way or $799 round trip, starting in either direction. You can jet between Boston, Seattle and San Francisco for $399 with Los Angeles also included for $93 more. JetBlue also has New York to Las Vegas on sale in Mint class for $520 one way. With one way economy flights for the other direction starting at just 12,000 points and $5.60 one way, this could easily turn into a sweet deal.

The Dates

Ready for the best part? These deals are bookable for almost any day from now through the end of the schedule in mid 2019! That’ right! You can score $399 flat bed one way tickets for the 6 hour ride between Boston and San Francisco for less than many people pay for economy, and you can book almost any date.

How To Book

These deals are incredibly easy to book, especially since almost every single day is available. On top of that, we’ve made super easy Google Flights links, which take you directly to the best deals, like: $399 Boston to San Francisco with United, $399 San Francisco to Boston with Delta, $399 Boston to San Francisco with JetBlue, $399 Boston to Seattle with JetBlue, $399 San Diego to Boston with JetBlue, $554 New York to Las Vegas with JetBlue, $604 Washington DC to Los Angeles and $1217 round trip between New York and Los Angeles. For the avoidance of doubt, all of these deals feature fully flat beds.

Featured image courtesy of JetBlue.