*A SFO - DEL in P $2,650

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Old Jul 12, 18, 6:20 pm
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*A SFO - DEL in P $2,650

Uses AC and UA metal. Appears to only be bookable on "cheapfareguru" which is not very user friendly; not bookable and does not even appear on UA or AC websites, nor on GF which I normally use.

Was able to book a 4-day MR over MLK weekend in January 2019 SFO-YVR-DEL-YVR-SFO. Confirmed the booking shows on both AC and UA websites and was able to select seats. 38,760 PQM on MileagePlus.

This is discussed in the thread titled DEL-SFO but figured it deserved its own thread as cheap biz fares on *A are rare to/from SFO! Special shoutout to Rosalie who found this.
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Old Jul 14, 18, 3:14 am
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There was also the even lower SFO-DEL fare I got for 2 people in C, mentioned on this forum. That one is/was booked through United vacations with a throw-away hotel.
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Old Jul 24, 18, 9:13 pm
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Does the one booked via United Vacations earn full PQM and PQDs?
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Old Jul 24, 18, 10:58 pm
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I have had no luck trying different dates leaving in mid jan and coming home mid feb. www.cheapfareguru.com
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Old Jul 26, 18, 11:35 am
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I used United vacations earlier this year. Unfortunately, while you get PQM, you do NOT receive PQD.
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Old Jul 27, 18, 8:04 pm
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Originally Posted by pakkai View Post
I used United vacations earlier this year. Unfortunately, while you get PQM, you do NOT receive PQD.
for me at least mostly care about PQM. PQD covered by the credit card spend.
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