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Every time it seems as if the amazing deal party may be over, another superstar DJ turns up and brings the party back to life. By DJ I of course mean airlines offering crazy fares to oust their competition in a dance off. In the most recent dance off we have Etihad trying to move in on tough territory…

The Deals

Etihad are offering crazy prices from Milan, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich and London to Melbourne, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Abu Dhabi and Bangkok. Basically, you can start from any of the European cities mentioned and fly to any of the Australian or Asian cities mentioned for between € 1100-€1800 round trip, with the lower prices to South East Asia. Here are some highlights. As always, with deals this good, it can be totally worth it to use miles or find a cheap flight to start the deal in a city other than your home…

£1141 London to Abu Dhabi Round Trip, £1430 Dusseldorf to Melbourne Round Trip, £1275 Milan To Melbourne Round Trip, £1128 Milan to Hong Kong Round Trip, £1103 Dusseldorf To Bangkok Round trip. BOOK.

The Dates

The dates are absolutely wide open between April 25 and December 12 2016, with very few exceptions outside of that range. Sadly, for most itineraries you’re not allowed to stay more than a month and the minimum stay is three days, which shouldn’t be much of a problem on such a long trip.

Booking + Discount Trick

You can book these fares directly on Etihad.com. If you enter T0U10ZW at the start of your booking, you’ll get an additional 10% off. Book HERE.

Expert Tips

So you know you’re getting an awesome deal, and the flight will be legendary, the question is where to earn miles. Using WhereToCredit.com you can enter the fare class (the little one letter code next to your booking), likely in the form of a C, Z, I, or J into their site and see what you can earn with every different program. Where available, I’d suggest banking to American Airlines, an excellent frequent flyer program with tons of value on top carriers…

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