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This Delta Flash Sale has ended, however, we hope to see another one from Delta next month.
Delta has launched an award flash sale, this time around it is for flights to and from Alaska and Hawaii. The sale starts at 20,000 miles roundtrip to Alaska, and 35,000 miles roundtrip to Hawaii. But you will have to hurry since the sale ends on September 14, 2017.
- Sale valid through 23:59 ET September 14, 2017
- Travel dates from January 8, to March 23, 2018
- Sale is for flights between Alaska and Hawaii and the 48 contiguous US states
- Tickets must be purchased on Delta.com
- Prices start at 20,000 miles for main cabin to Alaska, excluding fees and taxes
- Prices start at 35,000 miles for main cabin to Hawaii excluding fees and taxes
- A portion of the itinerary may be on Delta connection carriers
Promo is valid to/from the following destinations in Alaska:
- Anchorage (ANC)
- Fairbanks (FAI)
Promo is valid to/from the following destinations in Hawaii:
- Honolulu, HI (HNL)
- Kahului, HI (OGG)
- Kona, HI (KOA)
- Lihue, HI (LIH)
Better Value With Partners
While the deal on flights to Alaska is a good deal, there are better options to be had on flights to Hawaii. By using partners to book flights with US carriers you can save yourself a ton of miles. You can get better value by booking Delta flights with Korean Air SKYPASS (25,000 miles roundtrip), and on American Airlines via British Airways Avios (starting 12,500 Avios); check out our post on the Best Points & Miles for Hawaii for more examples.
The regular Delta award flash sales are a nice value, this month is a slight exception, especially if you will be transferring credit card points to miles for the award.
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