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irishguy28 May 21, 19 2:57 pm

Promo Awards Special Edition
 
https://specialoffers.flyingblue.com/?lang=en



Destinations: (all amounts are for one-way travel)

Europe - Economy Class

Paris-Bologna 4000 miles
Paris-Bordeaux 3000 miles
Paris-Budapest 5000 miles
Paris-Gothenburg 5000 miles
Paris-Marseille 3000 miles
Paris-Oslo 4000 miles

Amsterdam-Geneva 3000 miles
Amsterdam-London 3000 miles
Amsterdam-Marseille 3000 miles
Amsterdam-Moscow 8000 miles


Worldwide - Economy Class unless otherwise noted

Europe to:

Abu Dhabi 11000 miles
Chicago 12500 miles
Havana (Premium Economy) 30000 miles
Jakarta 20000 miles
Lima (Premium Economy) 37500 miles
Panama City (Business) 40000 miles
Rio de Janeiro (Premium Economy) 37500 miles
Santiago 22500 miles
St. Marten 14000 miles
Washington DC 12500 miles

https://cimg1.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.fly...ae3d1c7597.png

fifty_two May 21, 19 3:27 pm

You were faster than me !

in my case i had these examples

Abu Dhabi = 11,000 Miles*
Santiago = 22,500 Miles*
Havana = 30,000 Miles*

Now offers are available , 50% in eco , and the rest is a mix of prem eco and buisness

Nothing really exciting , , would be better if all these destinations would be available in economy , but its better than nothing

Deeetcha May 21, 19 11:48 pm

20,000miles seems like a good deal to Jakarta.. sucks that i just bought my ticket to there last week

newflyer27 May 22, 19 1:40 am


Originally Posted by irishguy28 (Post 31124964)
https://specialoffers.flyingblue.com/?lang=en



Destinations: (all amounts are for one-way travel)

Europe

Paris-Bologna 4000 miles
Paris-Bordeaux 3000 miles
Paris-Budapest 5000 miles
Amsterdam-Geneva 3000 miles
Paris-Gothenburg 5000 miles
Amsterdam-London 3000 miles
Amsterdam - Marseille 3000 miles
Paris-Marseille 3000 miles
Amsterdam-Moscow 8000 miles
Paris-Oslo 4000 miles

Worldwide

Abu Dhabi 11000 miles
Chicago 12500 miles
Havana (Premium Economy) 30000 miles
Jakarta 20000 miles
Lima (Premium Economy) 37500 miles
Panama City (Business) 40000 miles City
Rio de Janeiro 37500 miles
Santiago 22500 miles
St. Marten 14000 miles
Washington DC 12500 miles

https://cimg1.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.fly...ae3d1c7597.png

Rio de Janeiro is Premium Economy.
interestingly enough, i discovered this while looking for a flight to Rio on december 23rd which has the promo rate although outside the promo period.

irishguy28 May 22, 19 2:03 am


Originally Posted by newflyer27 (Post 31126498)
Rio de Janeiro is Premium Economy.

Oops!

Thanks for spotting that.

Concerto May 23, 19 6:06 am

Really quite an interesting offer. I wonder if I could book Moscow through to Geneva on one ticket. Presumably these work in both directions.

irishguy28 May 23, 19 6:35 am


Originally Posted by Concerto (Post 31130390)
Really quite an interesting offer. I wonder if I could book Moscow through to Geneva on one ticket. Presumably these work in both directions.

Geneva to Moscow starts at 9,500 miles, so booking these offers [8k for MOW-AMS, 3k for AMS-GVA] represents a 15% increase on the price you could otherwise get.

Remember now that all miles pricing is point-to-point, and connecting itineraries are cheaper than the sum of the corresponding direct itineraries. As such, I would be upset if the best I could do on such a routing was the higher price!

Promo Awards on shorthaul are now only really of interest for people originating in, or terminating at, either PAR or AMS. They are not really of interest for connecting pax.

Concerto May 23, 19 4:02 pm

Hang on, I'm struggling to understand your second paragraph. Miles pricing is point-to-point but connecting itineraries are cheaper than the direct ones? Also, I didn't know the Moscow route could be had for so little, relatively. Thanks for the tip.

irishguy28 May 24, 19 1:21 am

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Originally Posted by Concerto (Post 31132310)
Hang on, I'm struggling to understand your second paragraph. Miles pricing is point-to-point but connecting itineraries are cheaper than the direct ones? Also, I didn't know the Moscow route could be had for so little, relatively. Thanks for the tip.



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