Bay Area folks who can escape for a weekday may like this quick turn mileage run to Dallas.
Here’s the breakdown:
- Dates: December 10
- Route: SFO-ATL-DFW-ATL-SFO
- Cost: $288.40 in Main Cabin
- MQM: 5740 (5 CPM)
- MQD: $231
This Google Flights link will get you started.
There’s not very much time to kick back in lounges during this run. But depending on departure and arrival gates — especially in Atlanta — those with Sky Club access can probably squeeze in a few minutes for a quick bite and libation:
- Atlanta A concourse Center Delta Sky Club Review
- Atlanta A concourse Near A17 Delta Sky Club Review
- Atlanta B concourse Delta Sky Club Review
- Atlanta C concourse Near C37 Delta Sky Club Review
- Atlanta D concourse Near D12 Delta Sky Club Review
- Atlanta D concourse Near D27 Delta Sky Club Review
- Atlanta E concourse Delta Sky Club Review
- Atlanta F International concourse Delta Sky Club Review
- Atlanta T concourse Near T6 Delta Sky Club Review
Don’t Want to Mileage Run (or Can’t)?
Remember that four Delta Air Lines SkyMiles American Express cards offer MQM as part of their welcome bonuses:
Delta Reserve Card (10,000 MQM)
Delta Reserve Business Card (10,000 MQM)
Want a Different Mileage Run?
Want a mileage run tailored to your specifications? Contact the Juicy Miles mileage run team now!
Paying for the Trip
Remember to use a credit card that gives you bonus points on your airfare purchases!
- Don’t miss a single run. Subscribe HERE: www.RenesPoints.com/RunMail
- Need to learn how to find a run? See THIS Rookie post for how-to guide!
- Boost your Delta MQMs with the Delta Reserve Credit Card from American Express (<– LINK) or Delta Reserve for Business Credit Card (<– LINK)
- Want a custom built run from your home airport? You can find one here.
- Relax in an airport lounge during your mileage run with one of these cards!
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