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Delta Airlines is at again offering a flash sale to European destinations. We reported their last flash sale to Europe in August 2016. Last time, they discounted economy and business class fares. This time around, they are discounting their Premium Delta One cabins for round trip reward tickets from the US to Europe.
According to the Delta promotions page, “You’ll cross the pond in style with flat-bed seats with direct aisle access, Westin Heavenly® In-Flight Bedding, a TUMI amenity kit featuring Kiehl's products, chef-curated menus with thoughtfully selected fine wines, Delta Sky Club® access and much more.”
Prices start from as low as 99,000 miles per round trip excluding taxes and fees, and the offer is only valid through today with travel dates between March 1, 2017 and June 30, 2017.
Although Delta has restricted award destinations in the past, most recently to Mexico and the Caribbean, almost all major European destinations are included. Per the Delta promotions page, the offer includes, but is not restricted to:
- LHR – London
- FRA – Frankfurt
- CDG – Paris
- MAN – Manchester
- DUS – Dusseldorf
- ZRH – Zurich
- BRU – Brussels
How to Book
To take advantage of the offer, you must make their reservations by today, Wednesday, November the 16th. The offer is only valid for bookings made on the Delta.com website. One of the few restrictions on the offer is that you're required to stay a Saturday night at their destination before taking a return flight.
You should be aware that on certain routes, one or more of the travel segments might be flown in single class cabins, so it is advisable to check the complete itinerary to ensure you're receiving the expected experience. Connecting domestic flights have First Class services, not Delta One — not a big deal, but something to keep in mind.
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