We’ve seen some good mileage runs this year from Las Vegas — and here’s another decent trip certainly worth considering.
This Delta Air Lines mileage run from Vegas to Miami racks up 6,676 MQM at a Main Cabin price of $368 (5.5 CPM). The trip departs next Monday night, December 16, at 11:00 PM. You connect in New York’s JFK before arriving in Miami at 11:20 AM Tuesday.
There are both a Centurion Lounge and Delta Sky Club at MIA, though the former won’t let you in until 12:25 PM — three hours before your return to JFK. Your day concludes with a flight back to LAS arriving at 10:40 PM on Tuesday.
Here are the vitals:
- Dates: December 16-17
- Route: LAS-JFK-MIA-JFK-MIA
- Cost: $368 in Main Cabin
- MQM: 6,676 (5.5 CPM)
- MQD: $300
I’m getting a lot of requests for Delta hub city mileage runs. Trust me — I’m looking but not seeing anything worth blogging.
A good multi-city run is something that a mileage run professional can piece together for you — on a personal, one-on-one basis.
But if you’re hoping we’ll find some magical mileage run deal that works perfectly for you — and within the next few days — please don’t hold your breath. You’ll suffocate. Instead, save yourself — and ask the mileage run team at Juicy Miles for help.
They do charge a fee — but you’ll earn far more MQM and MQD and MQS for much cheaper than doing something like this.
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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