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Orlando (MCO) to Tokyo Haneda (HND) Mini-Vacation – Delta Mileage Run in Premium Select: 21,127 MQM at 7 CPM

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Delta flyers in Orlando — or who can get there (maybe from ATL?) — might like this Premium Select run next month to Tokyo Haneda.

It costs $1474.55 — but scores 21,127 MQM. You can enjoy a layover of more than 24 hours, so you have time to explore the city or get some sleep at a hotel.

US segments (MCO-LAX there; LAX-ATL and ATL-MCO on the return) are in Delta Comfort+. Flights between LAX and HND are in Premium Select. You’re on a 777 for those rides, but read Rene’s review the A350’s Premium Select, so you have an idea of what to expect.

I found the deal available on Tuesday, December 3 (just like the Vegas run we posted earlier).

Here’s how it breaks down.

  • Route: MCO-LAX-HND. Overnight in Tokyo. HND-LAX-ATL-MCO.
  • Cost: $1474.55 in C+ and Premium Economy
  • MQM: 21,127 (7 CPM)
  • MQD: $1,358

Orlando to Tokyo Haneda Delta Air Lines Premium Economy mileage run

Here’s a Google Flights link to get you started.

Want to stay longer and explore more of Tokyo? Venture out and see more of Japan? You can see on the calendar below there are plenty of options for return dates at the same price or slightly higher.

Calendar of dates for Orlando (MCO) to Tokyo Haneda (HND) Delta Air Lines Premium Economy mileage runs.

Many LAX international flights depart from the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT), so you’ll likely need to take the Delta shuttle bus to/from your Haneda flights. You have only about 80 minutes between flights, so don’t dawdle.

Gold, Platinum, and Diamond Medallions: keep in mind you’re SkyTeam Elite Plus, so you and a guest have complimentary access to the MCO Sky Club, LAX Sky Clubs (T2, T3, and the T3 “satellite”/overflow lounge) and ATL Sky Clubs during this run, as it’s an international trip.

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(My thanks again to God Save the Points for their post this morning.)

Paying for the Trip

Remember to use a credit card that gives you bonus points on your airfare purchases!

The Platinum Card from American Express. 5X on The Platinum Card from American Express (<– LINK) when using your card to purchase airfare directly from airlines. Plus, airport lounge access!

The Chase Ink Business Preferred card3X on the Chase Ink Business Preferred Card (<– LINK) (3X on the first $150,000 combined spend in categories — such as travel — each anniversary year)

The Chase Sapphire Preferred travel rewards credit card.2X with the Chase Sapphire Preferred (<– LINK), which also comes with great trip delay and cancellation coverage!

American Express Gold Card3X with the American Express Gold Card (<– LINK) when using your card to purchase airfare directly from airlines

The Chase Sapphire Reserve card.3X with the Chase Sapphire Reserve (<– LINK), which also comes with an annual $300 travel credit. Plus, airport lounge access!

Enjoy!

–Chris

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