Killer deal – a 3-week RTW trip for under $1,000! Los Angeles, Budapest, Tokyo, Manila in one trip!

Posted on May 21, 2014 by in Delta Skymiles

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As of noon 5/23 the deal is still alive. Priceline.com has pulled the fares. Go to the Canadian site flightnetwork.com instead to book.

The latest update for this deal can be found here!

Update: There are many more destinations available including CTU, HKG, PVG, CAN, SZX, WUH, TPE, XMN, HGH, KUL, SGN, OKA KIX, CTS. Plus you can fly from other US destinations for a little more (or less). Cheapest is JFK-MXP-NRT with a stunning $130 all in!

Update II: I received ticket numbers for all flights! Given the US DOT regulation I highly doubt these tickets can be cancelled easily by the airline. They should survive!

Amazing fares that were just posted by man4business at Flyertalk!

There are two components to this deal: $381 from Los Angeles-Budapest-Tokyo and $581 for the leg Tokyo-Manila-Los Angeles.

Start from Los Angeles and fly to Budapest and then continue to Tokyo – all for just $381! The flights are on Delta/ Alitalia and KLM. They should earn 100% miles on Delta Skymiles (booking class O and L on KLM) for the 13,764 miles.

Sample dates are November 11th for LAX-BUD and BUD-NRT on Nov 17th.

This fare can be searched on Google Flights. The flights from Los Angeles to Budapest and Tokyo are bookable on Orbitz.com.

From Tokyo, return via Manila (with as much time as you need) on Philippine Airlines. You can search these flights via Google Flights as well. They are bookable on the Philippine Airlines website. You can only earn miles with Mabuhay Miles.

This price is as low as $581.

Sample dates are NRT-MNL on November 20th and MNL-LAX on November 27th.

This deal may not last. Book now and make use of the 24-hour cancellation policy that Orbitz offers. Philippine Airlines does not offer such a policy though.

Please do not call the airline – book online and wait for your ticket numbers to be issued.

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