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Want to hit New York City like a VIP, taking the transatlantic journey in flat bed style? Go for it! There’s an amazing deal that put VIP fast track, airport lounges and flat beds in the air under a grand, and we think that’s pretty “grand”. If you like the term “deal alert” and want an amazing travel experience, hop on it, this won’t last long!

The Flat Bed Deal For Under A Grand…

You can fly direct from Berlin (TXL) to New York City (JFK) with Delta aboard their stylish business class cabin for $1000 (£875), no strings attached. Competition is hot in Germany so airlines are seeing how low they can go to win customers. Good news for us : ) With all deals this good we recommend using miles or a cheap ticket to position to Germany, if that’s not home, to take advantage.

The Dates You Can Book Even Include Peak Summer!

This deal is bookable for travel from the end of May to the end of August, putting you in NY right in time for all the concerts and sporting events that make New York an incredible place to be during the summer. Of course there’s Central Park too…

How To Book The Deal And Fly Flat For Less…

This deal is super easy to book, but as a reminder it won’t last long. Firm up your dates and get to it! Just head to this Google Flights link here and then click over to the German version of Delta, don’t worry, it’s in English. These fares don’t show up on sites outside of Germany, so this is a nice catch! Book directly with Delta after clicking the link.

HT: DenkiGroove on Flyertalk, amazing find.

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