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Promoted 07-18-2016 by Corwin at 08:05 PM View Original Post
Delta Air Lines has Roundtrip Flights to Hong Kong (HKG) from Select US Cities for as low as $340. Book flights on Priceline.com. Thanks munzdeals92

Some example departure cities:
  • Houston ~$340
    • Example dates
      • September
        • 6th-14th
        • 7th-14th
        • 13th-20th
        • 19th-26th
        • 19th-27th
        • 20th-27th
        • 20th-28th
        • 21st-28th
      • November
        • 1st-8th
        • 8th-15th
  • San Francisco ~$356
  • Seattle ~$404 (United Air Lines)
  • Washington DC ~$464
Note: Availability from September to December 2016. Some exclusions and blackout dates may apply.

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Written by Corwin

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Edited July 18, 2016 at 07:41 PM by widgit
Fly from many US cities to Hong Kong from only $340 roundtrip with Delta!

Depart from:
Houston: $340
San Francisco: $356
Seattle: $404 (United)
Washington DC: $464

DEPART:
Houston/San Francisco/Seattle/Washington DC, USA

ARRIVE:
Hong Kong

RETURN:
Houston/San Francisco/Seattle/Washington DC, USA

DATES:
Availability from September to December 2016
Example dates:

Houston - Hong Kong: $340
6th-14th Sep
7th-14th Sep
13th-20th Sep
19th-26th Sep
19th-27th Sep
20th-27th Sep
20th-28th Sep
21st-28th Sep
1st-8th Nov
8th-15th Nov

San Francisco - Hong Kong: $356
7th-14th Sep
13th-20th Sep
14th-22nd Sep
15th-22nd Sep
19th-26th Sep
19th-27th Sep
20th-27th Sep
20th-28th Sep
21st-28th Sep
28th Sep – 6th Oct
29th Sep – 6th Oct
13th-20th Oct
17th-24th Oct

Seattle - Hong Kong: $404 (United)
6th-14th Sep
13th-21st Sep
15th-22nd Sep
20th-28th Sep
27th Sep - 4th Oct
28th Sep - 5th Oct
29th Sep - 6th Oct
17th-25th Oct
26th Oct - 2nd Nov
1st-9th Nov
2nd-10th Nov
9th-16th Nov
24th Nov - 1st Dec
29th Nov - 7th Dec

Washington DC - Hong Kong: $464
31st Aug - 8th Sep
7th-14th Sep
7th-15th Sep
8th-15th Sep
12th-20th Sep
13th-20th Sep
13th-21st Sep
14th-22nd Sep
15th-22nd Sep
19th-26th Sep
19th-27th Sep
20th-27th Sep
20th-28th Sep
21st-28th Sep
28th Sep - 6th Oct
18th-25th Oct
and more…

STOPS:
Various Cities

AIRLINES:
Delta Air Lines

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akuza77 15
Wow!!! Awesome deal!!! I would totally go if I hadn't just gone in May!



1) Download the tripadvisor app for your smart phone, then download the map of Hong Kong so you can use without cell service. Even in airplane mode the map will show your location (OK not 100% accurate but pretty damn close!!) Good for navigating your way around the maze that is Hong Kong!

2) You will need a plug adapter to charge your devices. I learned this the hard way, luckily I brought a power bank with me (which every traveler should have!)

3) Withdraw money from your debit card at any bank ATM--or actually any ATM. Before you swipe your card, give a tug on the "port" where you would swipe. Card scanners have been popping up in Asian and Europe, and they look seemless to the banks machine. Make sure your bank doesn't charge foreign fee. The HK bank will charge, but it is pennies, comparatively. Skip the currency exchanges, they charge a flat fee and sometimes also a % fee.

4) Go to someplace with wifi and try your Uber app. I got $50 HKD discount off my first ride in HK. YMMV on that one, but at the very least you will see a completely different Uber loading screen, which I thought was kinda cool. So many cars and traffic, the only way to recognize the car is an Uber car is by the license plates. No, they don't put the little "U" sticker on the front of the car.

4a) If you plan on going to Victoria peak, take Uber or a Taxi. It's only about a $70 HKD (from Lan Kwai Fong) trip via Uber to the peak. The lines for the Tram are obnoxious, don't take unless you really, really, really want to.

5) Go to Tim Ho Wan, voted the best dim sum in HK. The one I went to in Central is actually located in a freakin subway terminal. Lines are also crazy if you want to sit (about an hour wait) and the place is tiny. The "to-go" line moves pretty quick and that's what I did. Got my food in 10 minutes and sat down right there in the terminal and scarfed it down. Best $90 HKD I spent the whole trip! Smilie

6) If you like to have a drink and party for a night, go to Lan Kwai Fong. I was actually there during the celebration for Buddha's BDay, and it was crazy! But if that's not your scene then skip it.

7) Go to Macau, I loved the historic part of the city. Go see St. Paul's ruins and the surrounding forts--the best time to see the ruins is around dusk, preferably on a weekday. Eat egg tarts!!! Lots and lots of egg tarts! The best spot for them is a place called "Cafe e Nata" also a long line (but about 20 min). Also marvel at the ridiculously priced jade trinkets on every freakin street corner. If you want to go to casinos, come to Vegas. The ones there are lame with a capital L. (But I'm spoiled I live in Vegas.) But seriously don't even bother. There's like 7 floors and all they play is a game with dice. I don't even know what it's called, but they (the Chinese) love it like crack and minimum bets are like $45 USD.

7a) Also, you can use HK dollars in Macau, but I liked the idea of also having some Macau dollars with me. Same rules apply, just take your money out of the ATM rather than the currency exchange. ***Note if you plan to gamble the casinos only accept Hong Kong Dollars to bet with.

8) Plan a day when you want to ride the train everywhere and buy the tourist pass for like $100 or 120 HKD---Worth it!! Go hit up all the spots, Kowloon, Central, etc. I did this on my last day in HK. Bought the tourist pass and just rode the train everywhere. Hong Kong trains charge you on the destination rather than just a flat fee to get off where you want, so this is by far the best option if you plan of making a bunch of stops. The pass is only good for 24 hours, and you cannot use it to go to the airport.

Hope this helps you out. I had to learn it all the hard way! But nothing is more exhilarating than being in a foreign land and not speaking the language and managing to get around. The hardest part (IMO) was getting what I wanted to eat. There were some great looking spots to eat at (by that I mean the place was packed full of locals) but the menu was all in Chinese, and the pictures that I could point at didn't look that great. That was the only limiting factor to my trip. I would say about 40% of the people I met knew some English. There are some fantastic open air restaurants set up in the back streets of Central HK.

Oh, and price wise, HK is on par with New York. And the street vendors don't really like to be haggled with. Dis ain't Mexico, dats fur sure! Stick Out Tongue

Oh and the creamer they use at Starbucks...mmmmm. It's not like the creamer they use here. This was thick, almost syrupy, and a little brown. I know sounds gross, but oddly that's what I miss about HK...this rich creamy stuff in my coffee in the morning.
rarfuls 14
$475 11/1-8 ORD to HKG, non stop going and 2 hour layover in Japan on way back. Awesome deal, wish I could go back. No way to pull it off and not happy I even checked. Thanks for posting.

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Awesome deal!

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#4
Yeah great deal, and Hong Kong is a great place to visit.
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#5
Fyi - under $500 American Airlines from Atlanta to Hong Kong.

Delta is $1,349 on average. Got to see if Delta drops that next.
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#6
Awesome prices but travel time out of houston is about 2 days... YUCK!!!
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Yeah great deal, and Hong Kong is a great place to visit.
Any tips? Booked this when it was on-sale for $450 from CHI - SEA - HK. Going for ten days.
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#8
how about from FL
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23h 33m

Layover in Seattle, WA (SEA)

meh
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Quote from gh0stleader View Post :
Awesome prices but travel time out of houston is about 2 days... YUCK!!!
Any amount of effort to get out of that hell-hole would be worth it...
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#11
$475 11/1-8 ORD to HKG, non stop going and 2 hour layover in Japan on way back. Awesome deal, wish I could go back. No way to pull it off and not happy I even checked. Thanks for posting.
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Quote from jrlcopy View Post :
Yeah great deal, and Hong Kong is a great place to visit.
I don't know about that. Have you ever smelled stinky tofu?
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Quote from snitzle_iii View Post :
23h 33m

Layover in Seattle, WA (SEA)

meh
I would say that too a few years back but that's a great layover. You can explore downtown seattle or go to one of the islands during that time. Great layover.
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I don't know about that. Have you ever smelled stinky tofu?
thats the best shit you'll ever taste
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I don't know about that. Have you ever smelled stinky tofu?
better not visit any countries that grow durian then. https://www.google.com/search?q=c...e&ie=UTF-8
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