Deal Alert: Delta to Tokyo from $670 Round-Trip
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It’s been quite a while since our last deal alert to Tokyo, but this afternoon, Delta is offering a bunch of discounted fares from a number of different cities. Travel dates appear to very flexible with this sale, with flights available from now through summer 2016. The cheapest flights we found start at $670 from Dallas (DFW), Miami (MIA) and Philadelphia (PHL) to Tokyo (NRT). Prices may be slightly higher on certain travel dates, but it seems that most of the discounted rates are priced below $700. Also keep in mind that since Delta is targeting AA hub cities here, you’ll have a connection in each direction — most are just a couple of hours, though some can be quite lengthy.
Route(s): DFW, MIA, PHL and more to NRT
Cost: $670+ in economy
Dates: September 2015 through summer 2016
Elite Mileage Earning: At least 13,488 MQMs
Fare Class: V
Booking Link: Orbitz
Pay With: American Express Premier Rewards Gold, Citi Prestige or Chase Sapphire Preferred
Here are a few examples of what you can book:
Dallas (DFW) to Tokyo (NRT) for $670 on Delta (earns 13,488 MQMs):
Miami (MIA) to Tokyo (NRT) for $670 on Delta (earns 15,670 MQMs):
Philadelphia (PHL) to Tokyo (NRT) for $670 on Delta (earns 14,445 MQMs):
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H/T: The Flight Deal
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