Save up to 20% on JetBlue Flights: JetBlue is having a one-day sale where customers can save up to 20% off flights. Customers can save 20% off their flights when they travel from 5/1-5/23/13 by entering promo code SPRING20. For travel from 5/28-6/19/13, customers will receive 15% off their flights by entering promo code SPRING15. To qualify, these flights must be booked by 11:59 PM ET on February 20, 2013. These discounts are only valid from U.S. point of origin only (including Puerto Rico) and require a roundtrip purchase. You must select both flights in order for discount to appear. Once selected you will see the discount amount displayed in the itinerary subtotal on the right side of the flights page.
In addition, Delta, American and United all have promotions where flyers can earn bonus miles on on specific routes this spring.
Delta Double Miles To Dominican Republic and Haiti: Delta just launched a new promotion to earn double SkyMiles when flying in any paid class of service between New York/JFK and Santo Domingo or Santiago, Dominican Republic or Port-au-Prince, Haiti. To be eligible, you must first register then book by April 30, 2013 and fly now through July 31, 2013. There is no limit to the number of bonus miles that SkyMiles members may earn with this promotion. To earn the bonuses, you must fly on Delta marketed and operated nonstop roundtrip flights between the cities mentioned.
Delta is really trying to expand their service to/from New York and this is just another example. Starting in June, Delta will be adding an additional nonstop flight to both Santiago and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. On these routes, Delta serves a light meal in coach and waives the first checked bag fee. Another great thing about these flights is they are upgrade eligible for Delta Medallions and are usually pretty easy to get upgraded on. Allow up to six weeks after the promotion has ended for the bonus miles to post.
Bonus AAdvantage Miles for Flying between Dallas and Seoul: American is offering AAdvantage members bonus miles when they fly between Dallas/Fort Worth and Seoul, South Korea. This is valid for flights between May 9, 2013, through August 15, 2013. To qualify, you must first register using promotional code AAICN. Discounted economy fares (H, K, M, L, V, Q, S, O, N, G) will earn 5,000 bonus miles, Full Fare Economy (Y, B) will yield 15,000 miles, and Business (J, R, D, I) and First (F, A, P) fares will earn an additional 30,000 bonus miles.
The bonuses are based on roundtrip travel. However, each eligible one-way trip flown will receive half the bonus miles The bonus miles will be awarded based on booking class purchased and will be posted immediately, for each eligible segment flown but will not count toward elite status qualification or Million Miler status. Registration prior to travel is required.
Earn up to a 100% bonus on United’s new nonstop between San Francisco and Paris: United is offering MileagePlus members the chance to earn some bonus miles when flying on their new route between San Francisco and Paris. MileagePlus members will earn a 100% bonus when flying in United Global First, United BusinessFirst and full-fare United Economy (F, A, J, C, D, Z, P, Y and B fare classes), or a 50% bonus in discounted United Economy (M, E, U, H, Q, V, W, S, T, L and K fare classes).
To be eligible, register and then book now through May 31, 2013, for travel from April 11, 2013 to May 31, 2013. Connections into and out of San Francisco or Paris Charles De Gaulle International are allowed, however the bonus is only valid for segments between San Francisco and Paris Charles De Gaulle International. The bonus miles can be earned an unlimited number of times during the promotion period, however they do not count toward Premier status and do not apply to class-of-service, Premier bonus miles or promotional Premier qualifying miles.
Reminder Sign-Up for Southwest Double Tier-Qualifying Points Nationwide Promo: This is just a reminder that you can now register for Southwest’s Nationwide Double Tier-Qualifying Points promo. From now through May 15, 2013, you can earn double points on every flight you take on Southwest Airlines. You’ll receive 24 points (instead of the standard 12 points) per dollar spent on Business Select Fares, 20 points (instead of ten points) per dollar spent on Anytime Fares, and 12 points (instead of six points) per dollar spent on Wanna Get Away? You must register prior to travel.
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