San Francisco Bay-area Delta flyers who can escape for a weekday have a chance to pick up some MQM during a mileage run to Dallas-Ft. Worth!
It currently prices out to $278.80 and nets 5,740 MQM.
The run departs SFO at 6:00 AM and connects through Atlanta. From there, you’ll wind up at DFW just before 4:30 PM. Unfortunately, the layover is only 58 minutes — almost assuredly not enough time to visit the American Express Centurion Lounge DFW (other than maybe running in to grab a dessert treat and leave). But, hey, there’s always the underwhelming DFW Sky Club where you can nosh on some carrot sticks.
Your return leg leaves for ATL at 5:24 PM. The day ends with a 9:22 PM flight arriving SFO a minute before midnight.
I saw several Tuesdays and Wednesdays available throughout March.
- Cost: $278.80
- Dates: Several Tuesdays and Wednesdays during March
- Route: SFO-ATL-DFW-ATL-SFO
- MQM: 5,740 MQM (4.9 CPM)
- MQD: $222
- Base SkyMiles: 1,100 (plus applicable Medallion bonus)
Find More Delta (or Other Airline) Mileage Runs!
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Or if you need a mileage run or award booking for another airline, Juicy Miles can help with those requests, too!
The company’s founder, Adam Morvitz, was interviewed for the Washington Post article about mileage runs — that also featured René!
Paying for the Trip
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- 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.
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