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Per The Flight Deal, Delta is offering some amazing deals from several west coast cities including Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle to Tokyo-Haneda for this spring starting at just $600 round-trip.
Finding Airfares Using the ITA Matrix
For a quick sampling, I searched airfares from Los Angeles (LAX) to Tokyo- Haneda (HND) and was able to find these fares for 4-9 night stays starting at $601 in April.
You can click the actual date to see which flights are available for that price each-day, before heading to book these on another site, such as Orbitz.
Los Angeles- Tokyo-Haneda for $600.40 roundtrip on Delta
San Francisco-Tokyo-Haneda for $615.40 roundtrip on Delta
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These fares book into Delta’s V class, so unfortunately they aren’t upgradable unless you’re a Delta Diamond Medallion member and have a Global Upgrade certificate to use. Since Delta recently switched to a revenue based loyalty program, as a SkyMiles member you would only earn around 2,575 SkyMiles, though you would earn 10,976 MQM’s from Los Angeles to Tokyo-Haneda. You can also check out this post on Alternatives For Banking Delta Flights To Partner Airlines.
This is an awesome deal since Spring is a great time to visit Asia. I was recently in Tokyo and had a great time! You can read my Hotel Review: Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills and 10 Reasons I Love Tokyo.
Report back if you’re able to score any of these deals!
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