It must be Punta Cana Day. First we had an LAX to Punta Cana (PUJ) coach mileage run this morning. Now we found a first class run from Las Vegas to PUJ!
This run juuusssst squeaks in below our 8 CPM guidelines for business class runs. The nice thing about this one is it takes just one (long) day to complete.
Depart Friday night/early Saturday morning at 12:35 AM and connect through MSP before heading south to PUJ.
You’ll have two hours at Punta Cana (there’s a Priority Pass lounge near the Delta gates, if I remember correctly) before jumping on a 4:37 PM flight to Atlanta. You’re back in Vegas at 11:13 PM.
- Date: Saturday, November 16
- Route: LAS-MSP-PUJ-ATL-LAS
- Cost: $803.35
- MQM: 10,189 (7.9 CPM)
- MQD: $632
In the meantime, consider our friend Adam for help constructing a personalized mileage run that suits your needs and convenience!
Paying for the Trip
Remember to use a credit card that gives you bonus points on your travel purchases!
- 5X on The Platinum Card from American Express (<– LINK) when using your card to purchase airfare directly from airlines
- 3X with the Chase Sapphire Reserve (<– LINK)– which also comes with an annual $300 travel credit
- 3X on the Chase Ink Business Preferred Card (<– LINK) (3X on the first $150,000 combined spend in categories — such as travel — each anniversary year)
- 3X with the American Express Gold Card (<– LINK) when using your card to purchase airfare directly from airlines
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- Need to learn how to find a run? See THIS Rookie post for how-to guide!
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