Delta Flash Sale: Australia For 50,000 SkyMiles Roundtrip Delta Flash Sale: Australia For 50,000 SkyMiles Roundtrip

Delta Flash Sale: Australia For 50,000 SkyMiles Roundtrip

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This flash sale has ended.

Delta has announced a flash sale to Australia. Economy awards will set you back as little as 50,000 SkyMiles plus taxes and fees. The promotion travel dates are attractive and cover late summer and fall in the US, or late spring and early summer in Australia. If you want to head down under with this promotion, you will have to hurry, since bookings need to be made by August 22, 2018.


Key Terms

  • Bookings must be made by August 22, 2018
  • Travel period from August 23 through December 9, 2018
  • Roundtrip awards in Economy from 50,000 SkyMiles plus taxes and fees
  • Taxes and fees will range from $110 to $120 per round-trip booking
  • Sale valid on routes from the 48 Contiguous US, including Atlanta, GA (ATL), Boston, MA (BOS), Seattle, Washington (SEA), New York-Kennedy, NY (JFK), Portland, OR (PDX)
  • Black-out dates apply
  • Tickets must be purchased at

Our Take

50,000 SkyMiles round-trip to Australia is a steal, and if your travel plans included Australia this fall you might want to give this promotion some serious consideration. Remember if you need a little top-up to your Delta SkyMiles account, you can transfer American Express Membership Rewards to Delta at a ratio of 1:1 and transfers are typically instant.


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