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One way tickets are great. You can use points to go the other way, or if you’re staying a while, you don’t need to make plans far in advance for your return. Even better than a standard one way ticket, is a flat bed business class ticket at economy prices! Star Alliance member TAP Portugal are offering incredible one way deals from Europe to a couple US cities, at just €570 one way…

a row of seats in an airplaneThe Deals

TAP Portugal are offering €570 one way business class tickets from Copenhagen to Miami, New York or Boston. For roughly €150 more, you can fly from Stockholm too. TAP offers fully flat beds on quite a few of these flights, which Google Flights will alert you to while browsing. This deal is an excellent way to use miles just one way, allowing you to fly in a higher cabin, while also avoiding the heftier cash surcharges for flights departing from Europe.

The Dates

These deals are available all year, depending where you want to go. The deals to Miami are available all year in 2018. The deals to New York or Boston kick in- in August 2018 and are good even during peak holiday travel.


Use these Google Flights tricks to play around with dates and find the best price. Make sure it says “Lie Flat Seat” if you want the best experience You can earn a lot of miles with this ticket, so check out out one of these Star Alliance programs to start earning in. It’s free! Here’s an example link to Miami, New York and Boston! Enjoy!

HT: LoyaltyLobby

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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