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(DEAL GONE) DL: JFK-LHR $349ai, LAX-LHR $530ai

(DEAL GONE) DL: JFK-LHR $349ai, LAX-LHR $530ai

Old Mar 22, 11, 1:15 pm
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Got 2 of these all in around 550 out of MSN - LON thanks excellent find.
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Old Mar 22, 11, 1:20 pm
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Arghh... I figured out how to use the $50 off, you have to enter the cert number and redemption code before the flight search.

BUT...

When you click through that way, you don't get the option to pay with certificates. So it's $50 off, but you have to charge the rest.

So it is one or the other, $50 off ..OR.. pay with e-certs

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Has anyone ever found a way to use e-Cert to renew Sky Club?

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Old Mar 22, 11, 1:26 pm
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Yeah but did you price all the way through? It raises the price or says the fare is sold out. Or are you not referring to buying plane tickets?
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Old Mar 22, 11, 1:35 pm
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Has anyone seen $350 ai for NYC-LON since the OP? All I'm seeing is $417, or $415 with a stop in ATL.
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Old Mar 22, 11, 1:44 pm
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A few hours ago I managed to snag JFK-AMS-LHR on April 1 and then LHR-JFK on April 3, with Delta flight numbers for $349.
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Old Mar 22, 11, 1:44 pm
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they are telling me the fare has changed when trying to buy the 417, it's changing to 542.
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Old Mar 22, 11, 1:59 pm
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Well this is annoying: all I get is "Unable to process" every time I try to purchase.
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Old Mar 22, 11, 2:10 pm
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Originally Posted by kahuna613 View Post
Where are you seeing 25%?
I stand corrected if crediting to Delta...when doing a dummy booking using KLM.com, mileage accrual was showing 816 miles per flight from BOS.

"Take Off Fares" N, T, V
"Flying Blue Miles earned by booking class:" N, V, T: 25%

http://www.klm.com/travel/nl_en/plan...ions/index.htm

For DL, looks like 100% accrual as of Aug 2010.
http://skymilesoffers.delta.com/airline_partners.php


I'm a *A guy but great deal!!!

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Old Mar 22, 11, 2:10 pm
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Appears to be available on travelocity for numerous dates still. Everything is 400+ a/i out of NYC tho'.
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Old Mar 22, 11, 2:14 pm
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I've been seeing the klm fares on kayak, what are the mileage (eqm/rdm) earning rules if you credit to DL.

Also, I wonder if this trip would qualify a person for gold if they credit to klm... seeing that they are doing a status match.
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Old Mar 22, 11, 2:16 pm
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I found $356 on KLM.com. Does anyone know if they have a 24 hour cancellation policy? I'm not finding any mention of anything like that. :/
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Old Mar 22, 11, 2:20 pm
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Originally Posted by Sterndogg View Post
I stand corrected if crediting to Delta...when doing a dummy booking using KLM.com, mileage accrual was showing 816 miles per flight from BOS.

"Take Off Fares" N, T, V
"Flying Blue Miles earned by booking class:" N, V, T: 25%

http://www.klm.com/travel/nl_en/plan...ions/index.htm

For DL, looks like 100% accrual as of Aug 2010.
http://skymilesoffers.delta.com/airline_partners.php


I'm a *A guy but great deal!!!
http://skymilesoffers.delta.com/airline_partners.php#KL
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Old Mar 22, 11, 2:29 pm
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Ha ha ha ha so if you're an FB member you get screwed, but DL is being kind (for now).
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Old Mar 22, 11, 2:30 pm
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$593 out of SEA.
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Old Mar 22, 11, 2:32 pm
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Yeah I thought for a while V class fares on KLM credited to Delta were down to 50% RDM. Guess not anymore..?
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