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FLIGHT: NYC, SF, LA, Seattle to Tokyo, Japan - Delta $601-$745

ernie118 79 319 February 24, 2015 at 08:11 PM in Travel (4) More Delta Air Lines Deals
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Last Edited by ernie118 February 26, 2015 at 09:24 AM
Great fare to Tokyo!

New York [JFK] – $745 (to Narita) - DEAD
San Francisco [SFO] $616 (to Haneda) STILL ALIVE and KICKIN
Los Angeles [LAX] – $601 (to Haneda) - DEAD
Seattle [SEA] – $680 (to Narita) - DEAD

Valid for travel on the outbound from March 31st – May 31st for Sunday through Thursday departures

Bookable at delta.com

h/t: http://www.theflightdeal.com/2015...all-taxes/
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I wish I could visit Japan ;_;
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any idea how long these deals usually last? I am very interested but might need a day or 2 to make the decision
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Slicker deal: Sign up for the US Airways credit card. Make one purchase, pay the annual fee of $89, get 50,000 miles. New speculation is that the merger will be done March 20th, so you'll have 50,000 American miles. If you fly between October and April, economy is 25k miles each way. In other words, sign up for that card and get a free round trip to Japan (well, not free - gotta pay the $89 annual fee).
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any idea how long these deals usually last? I am very interested but might need a day or 2 to make the decision
You're better off canceling. Stuff like this is gone in minutes sometimes, not hours.

Not sure how hot the deal is though. Last time it was NYC>Asia it was around $175..
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any idea how long these deals usually last? I am very interested but might need a day or 2 to make the decision
You can always cancel within 24 hours. A good deal never lasts for 2 days on the Internet - you hang out on this site, you know that. That said, these prices are fine, but not jaw dropping.
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Quote from lantzuh View Post :
any idea how long these deals usually last? I am very interested but might need a day or 2 to make the decision
book now and you'll have til midnight tomorrow night to cancel if you change your mind - risk free
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what's the regular price?
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DL isn't AA
I know - I'm saying you could fly the same route for 25k AS miles each way, not the same carrier. Heck, I'd fly Cathay, not American anyway. My point was you can get this route without even a required spend on that card.
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I wish there were flight deals to Korea. Then that'll be better than simply going to Japan, Korea is cheaper for travel and fun than Japan.
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Quote from Parachute07 View Post :
I know - I'm saying you could fly the same route for 25k AS miles each way, not the same carrier. Heck, I'd fly Cathay, not American anyway. My point was you can get this route without even a required spend on that card.
yeah, i guess i didnt edit my post fast enough haha. i misread and thought you said that we would get AA miles for this flight.
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I wish there were flight deals to Korea. Then that'll be better than simply going to Japan, Korea is cheaper for travel and fun than Japan.
Its a pretty short flight from Tokyo to Seoul so it cant be that expensive.

Also is Korea really that much cheaper with the way the Yen is now ?

Dollar is up a lot over the last few years, Japan has not been this cheap for americans in quite some time. Now is a great time to visit.

Not that Korea is not great, both countries are excellent, just saying.
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Its a pretty short flight from Tokyo to Seoul so it cant be that expensive.

Also is Korea really that much cheaper with the way the Yen is now ?

Dollar is up a lot over the last few years, Japan has not been this cheap for americans in quite some time. Now is a great time to visit.

Not that Korea is not great, both countries are excellent, just saying.
That's true but that's still several hundreds to pay between Tokyo-Seoul.

Rather than the currency exchange rate, I was referring to things you can do at a budget, or any budget for that matter.

Dollars have been matching well against Korean Won in contrast to Japanese Yen, it's more or less same for years.

Food is definitely cheaper in Korea (except for western food/places like Outback Steakhouse, who goes to Outback outside of US? lol).

Clothes/goods are definitely cheaper in Korea as long as it's not from imported from US or elsewhere.

Other things like transportation, housing, nightlife, etc are all cheaper in Korea than Japan in general.

Recently on my research and news, there's been a huge increase of Chinese tourists who would visit Korea than Japan in mass quantities because things are just cheaper in Korea to buy goods and for vacation.

I could list Pros and Cons between the two countries but one absolutely pro I always keep to myself is that Korean ladies > Japanese ladies. LMAO
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Quote from shrine View Post :
You're better off canceling. Stuff like this is gone in minutes sometimes, not hours.

Not sure how hot the deal is though. Last time it was NYC>Asia it was around $175..
Do you know how cancellations work with this deal? It is through Priceline. I want to book, but am not sure certain about the dates and may need to cancel.


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Quote from QuickStriker View Post :
I wish there were flight deals to Korea. Then that'll be better than simply going to Japan, Korea is cheaper for travel and fun than Japan.
It used to be 80 yen per dollar, now it is 120 yen per dollar. 50% difference. Korea is not cheap anymore, especially Seoul. Japan has more pockets of fun, depending on what you are looking for. Try Airasia if you want to take a short flight to Seoul.

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Do you know how cancellations work with this deal? It is through Priceline. I want to book, but am not sure certain about the dates and may need to cancel.


Thanks,
Tofu Vic
Someone can confirm but I believe it is free cancellation within 24 hours with all airlines, no matter which site you bought it from.
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