Fly to Vancouver for the Women’s World Cup Finals This Weekend

Jul 1, 2015

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*Update: Hotels in Vancouver appear to be full, so continue to check back if you still need a place to stay*

After a great win against Germany, the women’s USA soccer team has made it into FIFA Women’s World Cup Final. Don’t miss your chance to watch as USA fights for the title as 2015 Women’s World Cup champions this Sunday in Vancouver.

Although it’s last-minute, I was able to find a number of flights going to Vancouver through Alaska or Delta Air Lines. Here are some examples of some last-minute flights I found using miles:

Chicago (MDW) to Vancouver (YVR) on Delta for 20,000 miles one-way:

One-way from Chicago (MDW) to Vancouver (YVR) with Delta Air Lines.
One-way from Chicago (MDW) to Vancouver (YVR) with Delta Air Lines.

Los Angeles (LAX) to Vancouver (YVR) on Delta for 32,500 miles one-way:

One-way from Los Angeles (LAX) to Vancouver (YVR) with Delta Air Lines.
One-way from Los Angeles (LAX) to Vancouver (YVR) with Delta Air Lines.

New York (JFK) to Vancouver (YVR) on Delta for 32,500 miles one-way:

One-way from New York (JFK) to Vancouver (YVR) with Delta Air Lines.
One-way from New York (JFK) to Vancouver (YVR) with Delta Air Lines.

Chicago (ORD) to Vancouver (YVR) on Alaska for 20,000 miles one-way:

One-way from Chicago (ORD) to Vancouver (YVR) with Alaska Airlines.
One-way from Chicago (ORD) to Vancouver (YVR) on July 4 with Alaska Airlines.

Los Angeles (LAX) to Vancouver (YVR) on Alaska for 20,000 miles one-way:

One-way from Los Angeles (LAX) to Vancouver (YVR) with Alaska Airlines.
One-way from Los Angeles (LAX) to Vancouver (YVR) on July 4 with Alaska Airlines.

You may be able to still book last-minute tickets through Ticketmaster or through re-sellers at a premium.

When it comes to hotels, many are full, however there are still a few available on Hotels.com. For instance, you can still book a two-night stay at a hotel in Gibson, BC for $86 per night, but note it’s not located in the city so would be a bit of a drive.

Two-night stay at Cedars Inn Hotel for $86 per night.
Two-night stay at Cedars Inn Hotel for $86 per night.

If you’re planning to attend the World Cup Finals, feel free to share your plans by commenting below!

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