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Star Alliance: CDG-North America-Auckland-Asia-CDG 2735€ biz

Star Alliance: CDG-North America-Auckland-Asia-CDG 2735€ biz

Old Mar 24, 2022, 9:17 am
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Originally Posted by AnttiV
Great fare. Has anyone been able to route through MLE?
The routing rules are in note 21 above. There are no routes that include stops in ME or South Asia; the closest stopovers to MLE look to be SIN or BKK.
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Old Mar 24, 2022, 11:34 am
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I’ve booked a bit of a crazy trip for Thanksgiving with this fare. Gets me 2 sectors on the LH 748 upstairs that I’ve always wanted to do. Came out at Ł2,950 on Expedia UK.

CDG-FRA-ORD 11/23
ORD-AKL 11/27 (4hr 30 layover then…)
AKL-SIN 11/29 (7hr layover then….)
SIN-FRA-CDG 11/29

Have the 24hr cooling period, any way to cheapen it? Thanks
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Old Mar 24, 2022, 12:19 pm
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Just booked CDG-FRA-AUS/AUS-IAH-AKL/AKL-NRT/NRT-ZRH-CDG for about 2800€. Ticketed instantly through United. Thanks OP.
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Old Mar 24, 2022, 1:20 pm
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Originally Posted by Weeelegs
I’ve booked a bit of a crazy trip for Thanksgiving with this fare. Gets me 2 sectors on the LH 748 upstairs that I’ve always wanted to do. Came out at Ł2,950 on Expedia UK.

CDG-FRA-ORD 11/23
ORD-AKL 11/27 (4hr 30 layover then…)
AKL-SIN 11/29 (7hr layover then….)
SIN-FRA-CDG 11/29

Have the 24hr cooling period, any way to cheapen it? Thanks
One of the conditions of the discounted fare is:

Category 6: Minimum stay requirements
TRAVEL FROM TURNAROUND MUST COMMENCE NO EARLIER THAN 10
DAYS AFTER ARRIVAL AT TURNAROUND.

So if you were to stay in AKL (or open jaw out of SYD) for 10 days you would knock around Ł350 off this fare I believe.
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Old Mar 24, 2022, 2:09 pm
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BTW, I don't know if this fare is on its' way out or not, but prices increased by Ł100 across the board yesterday and I'm finding it more difficult to find availability on the dates I'm after.
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Old Mar 25, 2022, 8:04 am
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Managed to get a Flexible fare (250€ cancellation fee) for:
PAR - MIA
MIA - AUK
AUK - HND
NRT - PAR (via ZRH)
All for 3200€ (non cancellable fare was 3'050€). Also managed to book it via LX hotline, meaning I could use E-Vouchers on the legs.
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Old Mar 25, 2022, 8:28 am
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This route also works CDG - Asia - Oceania - USA - CDG
I booked 2 tickets CDG -BKK; BKK - SYD: AKL - SFO; EWR - CDG on Orbitz for $3061 per person (US dollars) and trip cancellation insurance for $199 additional per ticket.
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Old Mar 27, 2022, 2:20 pm
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Originally Posted by nsatten
This route also works CDG - Asia - Oceania - USA - CDG
I booked 2 tickets CDG -BKK; BKK - SYD: AKL - SFO; EWR - CDG on Orbitz for $3061 per person (US dollars) and trip cancellation insurance for $199 additional per ticket.
Do you mind sharing the dates you booked? I just checked exact same routing for end of the year and it's coming up $3,657 on Orbitz.
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Old Mar 30, 2022, 8:24 am
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CDG - BKK 5/17/22 via MUC
BKK - SYD 11/6/22 via SIN
AKL - SFO 12/19/22
EWR - CDG 2/2/23
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Old Mar 31, 2022, 7:10 pm
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Just booked
CDG - SFO
HNL-AKL
SYD - HND
HND- FRA - CDG
for circa Ł2,600
Due a knee op in the next couple of months so trying to ski-run in 4 continents as part of my recovery
Ski Austria, Run 10k Paris Eiffel, Run 10k SFO GGB, Ski California (Dodge), NZ (Ski SnowPlanet :-))?, Oz Run SHB 10k, Uluru 10k, Ski Nagano (or Hokkaido), Run 10km Fuji
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Old Apr 7, 2022, 9:29 am
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Originally Posted by Willy StrohhĂĽtte
Managed to get a Flexible fare (250€ cancellation fee) for:
PAR - MIA
MIA - AUK
AUK - HND
NRT - PAR (via ZRH)
All for 3200€ (non cancellable fare was 3'050€). Also managed to book it via LX hotline, meaning I could use E-Vouchers on the legs.

I wonder how you managed to book this via LX hotline. Thankful for any advice. I tried to book via LX hotline myself with an itinerary a bit different from yours: CDG-ZRH-LAX/SFO-AKL-SIN-MUC-CDG but the operator said she was not able to ticket this route. Same with LH Hotline today.
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Old Apr 7, 2022, 12:29 pm
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Originally Posted by Currybelly
Just booked
CDG - SFO
HNL-AKL
SYD - HND
HND- FRA - CDG
for circa Ł2,600
Due a knee op in the next couple of months so trying to ski-run in 4 continents as part of my recovery
Ski Austria, Run 10k Paris Eiffel, Run 10k SFO GGB, Ski California (Dodge), NZ (Ski SnowPlanet :-))?, Oz Run SHB 10k, Uluru 10k, Ski Nagano (or Hokkaido), Run 10km Fuji
Hopefully Japan opens up. The public in Japan isn't apparently desiring opening back up..
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Old Apr 7, 2022, 6:43 pm
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Originally Posted by Ridcully
I wonder how you managed to book this via LX hotline. Thankful for any advice. I tried to book via LX hotline myself with an itinerary a bit different from yours: CDG-ZRH-LAX/SFO-AKL-SIN-MUC-CDG but the operator said she was not able to ticket this route. Same with LH Hotline today.
I managed to book CDG-YVR-SFO-AKL-ORD-ZRH-CDG on United. I looked for P class availability on LX/LH and J on NZ (expertflyer). When i pieced it together on google flights a United flight from YVR to SFO meant i got to ticket with them. $2903
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Old Apr 8, 2022, 7:49 am
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Great find! We were already exploring return options this fall from Europe and a January trip to SE Asia. Looks like I can book CDG-ATL-AUK-SIN-CDG for $3100. Question from this newbie... are there any negative consequences regarding United points If I book this through the AMEX portal (to get the 5x points)?

Thanks!
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Old Apr 8, 2022, 10:29 am
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Originally Posted by Life2.0
Great find! We were already exploring return options this fall from Europe and a January trip to SE Asia. Looks like I can book CDG-ATL-AUK-SIN-CDG for $3100. Question from this newbie... are there any negative consequences regarding United points If I book this through the AMEX portal (to get the 5x points)?

Thanks!
No problem booking through AMEX when it comes to United credit. And it is a good idea, especially since this deal isn't particularly strong for United miles or elite qualification (generating 3,000-3,500 PQP and ~30-33,000 RDM for $3,100, for instance). So those AMEX 5x points are a good bonus.
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