San Diego-area Delta SkyMiles members looking for a quick elite mileage run may want to say “aloha” to this overnight trip yielding nearing 7,500 MQM for about $368.
The trip departs San Diego at 11:16 AM and arrives Seattle at 2:22 PM. You have three hours in the Emerald City (plenty of time to enjoy the fantastic Delta Sky Club at SEA). Your flight to Honolulu departs at 5:29 PM and arrives HNL at 9:51 PM.
Your Hawaiian layover is fairly short: less than 90 minutes before you turn around and trace the route in reverse.
Your flight back to Seattle departs at 11:06 PM and arrives just before 7:00 AM the next morning. Then you hop a 7:38 AM ride to SAN which arrives at 10:24 AM.
I see three dates available: departures from SAN on March 4, 8, and 11.
All flights are in the Main Cabin. Delta Medallion members are eligible for preferred seats and complimentary upgrades to Comfort+ and first class.
- Cost: $367.79
- Dates: March 4, 8, 11
- Route: SAN-SEA-HNL-SEA-SAN
- MQM: 7,454 MQM (4.9 CPM)
- MQD: $308
- Base SkyMiles: 1,540 (plus applicable Medallion bonus)
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