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Houston to Thailand $777 & 20866MQMs at 3.7CPM – weekday Delta Mileage Run

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NO NO NO! Not for me unless we are talking about burning a Global Upgrade cert for each way. This is a LONG time in coach. But, with a HT to FT on this one, it is a ton of points. And notice you do have to spend two nights in Bangkok but there are worse things in life that that right? Here are the numbers (the are massive)!

Cost $777

20,866 MQMs at 3.7 CPM

Bookable on Delta.com

DM yields an INSANE 46,950 Skymiles per CWSI.net!

Again, depending on what you value a Skymiles at this gets really cheap. BTW no VISA is needed for such a short visit to BKK!

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René de Lambert is a contributing writer and the founder of RenesPoints. He is an avid Delta and SkyTeam flyer who has held Delta’s top Diamond Medallion status for many years and flown millions of miles.

4 Comments

  1. I believe this has expired. I thought too long…shoulda grabbed it. This was a good one.

    • @Dakota – yep think it is now dead. Yes as long as the trip STARTS in the USA you can cancel w/in 24hrs so book asap and cancel if you must.

  2. I believe this has expired. I thought too long…shoulda grabbed it. This was a good one.

    • @Dakota – yep think it is now dead. Yes as long as the trip STARTS in the USA you can cancel w/in 24hrs so book asap and cancel if you must.

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