$1,369 Delta Business Class fares to Amsterdam from Boston, Miami + others- Available All Summer!

by on March 24, 2011 · 19 comments

in Delta, Mileage Runs

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I’ve written several times about the uber cheap Delta business class fares to London (around $1,450 total roundtrip).

Now there is a sale fare to Amsterdam for even cheaper – from $1,369 total roundtrip from Boston, Orlando, Miami, Tampa and Jacksonville for dates until the end of August. There is tons of availability (even over July 4th per my example below) and you can route through most Delta hubs: Detroit, Atlanta and Memphis.

Get it now while it’s hot! And remember, Delta has a 24 hour risk-free guarantee, so as long as you buy on you can cancel with no penalty up until 11:59pm the next day.

To search flexible dates, go to -> Planning Tools -> Book a flight -> and then select the “My dates are flexible” box and choose flexible weekends or the +/- 3 day search.

The fares rules state that this sale ends March 31, 2011, but it could be pulled at any time (or sell out). Also, this is discounted business class, so any changes after the 24 hour cancellation period will be $400 plus a re-fare. Enjoy!

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  • Ethan

    Great deal indeed. I also see that fare is applicable to code-shared flights operated by AF and KLM. In your opinion, given the choices, which business flight would you prefer?

  • Aaron

    Ok so I booked two multicity tickets (one stop each) on Delta from Miami to Amsterdam and then back to Miami from Paris in late June through early July. They’re coach seats in exit rows and I paid a total of $1900 because one of the tickets was an award ticket. Did I get ripped off. Rate my purcahse from 1-10, 10 being great deal and 1 being terrible deal. Seeing the above article made me feel stupid, but with the above offer, I couldn’t fly on the dates i neded and it doesn’t apply to multicity fares.

  • The Points Guy

    I’ve only ever flown Air France business class (see reports here

    I think both business class products are similar, but I’d give the edge to KLM because I like Amsterdam airport better and they give you delft houses as a gift. Air France is perfectly fine, but some people complain about rudeness and bad service. Either way, its an amazing price to fly business class during the peak travel season!

  • The Points Guy

    @Aaron- I’d say that is a 3. If i were you, I’d cancel those trips and rebook on a Miami to Amsterdam using this deal for $1300 in BUSINESS each and save the miles for later. It’ll cost $150 to redeposit and $250 to cancel your paid ticket, but you can use the remaining credit towards buying these fares. Honestly, its a long way to Europe in coach and for about $1,000 more to have both people in business class and save a ton of miles, seems like a no brainer to me!

  • The Points Guy

    PS get creative- I know you want to leave from Paris, but book a cheap Paris to Amsterdam or train it- I’d much rather do that than fly in coach!

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  • heidi

    Aaron I completely agree with the points guy on this. You can take a high speed train and be in paris in two hours without worrying about going through security etc, and the trains in europe are so nice. Anyways there;s also ryan air or easy jet super cheap intra europe flights.

  • Aaron

    Yea i think i might agree too. Maybe ill take the train back to amsterdam the night before and stay overnight in amsterdam rather than paris. Then I can just fly home the next day rather than taking the train and flying all in the same day. Thoughts on that?

  • Michael Kuhle

    I was wondering if I sign up for the capital one promotion can one use the american airlines bonus miles you got for signing up with citicard so that capital one will match those 75000 miles

    Thanks for your site

  • The Points Guy

    Michael, yes those miles should work.. YOu should also try to scrape together another 25,000 so you get the max 100,000 match

  • James Ward

    Do Delta ever do these deals in reverse – ie Europe to US?

  • The Points Guy

    I never say never, but generally they are US to EU. Once in a while a good EU fare pops up, but the current string of cheap Delta fares has been specific markets in the US where they are competing with AA head to head

  • James Ward

    Hey, what do you know… I just checked out if there were any deals available going UK to US and found LHR to BOS for less than £1,000 return in Business. That’s around $1,600, but most of the extra is due to the higher taxes. The actual base fare is less.

  • Aaron

    Points guy, I made the move and switched my coach tix to business class. It cost me $1000 more, but i got 108,000 skymiles back. At the end of the day, i probably ended up spending less money and I’m flying first class the whole way. thanks for your help.

  • The Points Guy

    @James- nice find! Seems to be only available to Boston, but $1,600 is still good for summer travel.

    @Aaron- smart move! You will enjoy the trip more in business class

  • Leslie Smukler

    Does this class of service allow extra medallion points?

  • Leslie Smukler

    Does this class of service allow extra medallion miles?

  • The Points Guy

    @Leslie- yes- 150% MQMs

  • D Whitaker

    One of the things to keep in mind is the availability of the lay flat sleeper seats in the Business elite fares. All of the Mia to LHR flights are 767-400′s with these seats for the 10 hr flight, but several of the Florida orig.’s will route to BOS and show recline seats on outbound and some lay flat’s on return.

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