Deal Alert: Cheap Flights to Brazil from $630 R/T

May 5, 2015

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Thinking about flying to Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo this summer? You’re probably not going to do much better than this flight deal! Thanks to a tip from our friends at Stealth Trips, we’ve learned that American, Delta and United are offering flights down to South America starting at $630 roundtrip.

The easiest way to search for these flights is to head over to Google Flights or Orbitz, where you can enter your desired city pairs and dates to get a calendar view of prices.

Here’s what we found:

Philadelphia to São Paulo for $643 roundtrip on Delta (11,138 MQMs):

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Philadelphia to Sao Paulo for $643 roundtrip.

Newark to Sao Paulo for $629 roundtrip on United (9,534 EQMs):

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Newark to Sao Paulo fro $629 roundtrip.

Newark to Brasilia for $650 roundtrip on United (10,550 PQMs):

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Newark to Brasilia for $650 roundtrip.

Newark to Rio de Janeiro for $664 on American (10,496 EQMs):

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Newark to Rio de Janeiro for $664 on American.

Dallas-Ft. Worth to Sao Paulo on Delta for $643 (10,806 MQMs):

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Newark to Rio de Janeiro for $664 on American

Atlanta to São Paulo on American for $643 (9,372 EQMs):

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Newark to Rio de Janeiro for $664 on American

You can maximize your mileage earning on these purchases by earning 3x points with the American Express® Gold Card and the Citi Prestige or 2x points on the Chase Sapphire Preferred. Check out this post for more on maximizing airfare purchases.

As a reminder, you’ll need a visa if you want to head down to Brazil, and for help with visas we recommend our friends at Allied Passport & Visa.

Consider staying at the Sheraton Rio Hotel and Resort, a Category 5 property.
Consider staying at the Sheraton Rio Hotel and Resort, a Category 5 property.

If you’re heading to Rio check out Destination Of The Week: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, and see The Points Guy’s recent visit to São Paulo’s SPOT Resaurant and Skye Bar, his American Airlines First Class flight to São Paulo, and his review of the InterContinental São Paulo.

If you’re able to score one of these tickets, please share the good news and your travel plans in the comments below!

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