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Despite Coronavirus, Japan is still one of the safest destinations on earth and always one of the best. Delta just gave you 90,000 reasons to visit. In an amazing flash sale found by Thrifty Traveler, you can fly Delta One Suites, including the Airbus A350 or A330neo, complete with privacy door for just 90,000 SkyMiles round trip.

That kinda pricing will not last long, so here’s how to jump in on the fantastic bargain. And yeah, you could theoretically use Amex Points too…

delta one suites90K Flash Sale To Tokyo

Delta is offering flash deals to Tokyo out of Seattle, Los Angeles, New York and more, for travel up to the end of June. Availability will dry up faster than your swimming outfit in the sunshine, so get on it ASAP if you want in.

You can book this with Delta SkyMiles, or transfer Amex Points to Delta SkyMiles. If you plan to transfer your Amex Points, just be mindful that there’s always some risk availability can come and go in the time it takes for your points to transfer.

Make no mistake – these are stunning deals requiring a fraction of the usual miles.

How To Search

There are likely many departure cities available, and even if your local isn’t listed, it could easily be worth booking a cheap flight to get to a departure city with 90,000 or 100,000 point availability, just to take advantage of one of these deals. Taxes are just $60 round trip, all in!

Go to Delta.com, search from a US city to Tokyo and the press “shop with miles” and then “flexible dates” to bring up the best options. You’ll also want to press “advanced search” to filter for “Delta One” business class.

We’re seeing the best availability in May, but there’s more in March, April and June too. If economy is good enough for you, that’s just a mere 30,000 SkyMiles round trip right now.

Tokyo Guide

Here’s 11 amazing things to do in Tokyo on your first trip, and a guide to Kyoto, in case you decide to take the bullet train and explore this amazing country. Getting there in fully flat beds, most of which feature privacy doors and the latest tech makes this incredibly exciting.

Enjoy Japan. Currently, there’s no major health warnings from US or European authorities, and any cases of Coronavirus have already been heavily quarantined. Basically, go!

HT: Nick Reyes at Frequent Miler

Gilbert Ott

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  1. Very good price ,but it is cheap for a reason.Not sure heading to the Far East is super smart right now ??

    1. As usual, fear wins. Japan is still incredibly low on the case count with excellent quarantine in place for weeks. I think you’d stand a far greater statistical chance of getting mugged in New York than catching the virus in Tokyo.

  2. I found this deal a couple days ago. The trick is getting Delta One “SUITES” vs just Delta One, which both are being offered at 90K.

    Routes + offerings I’ve seen so far 90K:
    • LAX for DO Suites (layover in PDX)
    • SEA for DO Suites (no layover)
    • PDX for DO (no layover)
    • NYC for DO (layover in PDX)

    I’m based in NYC, so I first booked an RT economy positioning flight for 32.5K miles to LAX. Then I booked LAX-HND RT (layover in SEA) for 90K, which gave me First (LAX-SEA)/Delta One Suites (SEA-HND). That’s 122.5K RT NYC-HND mixed cabin—Econ, First and DO Suites. (I’m Platinum though, so fingers crossed for transcon DO upgrades on the NYC-LAX/LAX-NYC legs 🤞🏾). Hope this helps with alternative configurations to take advantage of this great deal if you’re not west-coast based.

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