Check out this great deal for a long weekend getaway: New York JFK to Madrid for well under $400 on Delta and KLM!
This is a main cabin fare (Basic Economy is still available, if you prefer) for $351.23. That’s a heck of a great deal to visit such an amazing city worth seeing. And if you haven’t yet had one of the Delta Platinum or Gold Amexes, their current 50% cash back promotion could make your airfare free or majorly discounted!
I saw only one weekend available: November 14-18.
But there are plenty of available flights across SkyTeam. You can probably find an itinerary that works with your personal schedule.
Depart late afternoon on Thursday, November 14. JFK to AMS is on Delta mainline metal. Connect through Amsterdam early Friday morning, when you’ll board a KLM flight to Madrid.
The return takes the reverse route.
Leave Monday morning, November 18, departing Madrid at 11:00 AM on KLM. Connect through AMS (only 55 minutes, so hurry). Then onto Delta metal for a 5:30 PM return to JFK.
Here are the numbers:
- Total cost, including taxes and fees: $351.23
- MQM: 9104
- MQD: 237
- CPM: 3.9
Bookable on Delta.com.
Make it a Free (or Heavily Discounted) Mileage Run!
Remember the 50% cashback specials for new Delta American Express cardholders who sign up before August 15? This is a great way to knock out eligible spend on the new Delta Amex welcome offers.
- 50% cashback on eligible Delta purchases, up to $500 back in statement credits (so, basically, spend up to $1000, receive $500 back) for the:
- Plus, the Gold flavor also offers 50% cashback on eligible Delta purchases, up to $300 back in statement credits (spend up to $600, receive $500 back) for the:
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H/T: Airfare Watchdog
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