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Orlando to Los Angeles Single Day Delta Elite Mileage Run: 3.9 CPM in Main Cabin!

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Orlando-area Delta travelers (or people who can get to MCO) might like this single day mileage run to Los Angeles (LAX) via Atlanta!

I see several midweek dates available in January and February 2021.

The trip departs MCO at 7:15 AM, connects through ATL, and gets you to LAX at about noon.

90 minutes later, you’re back on a plane and flying the reverse route, arriving at MCO just past midnight.

Delta elite mileage run: MCO to LAX on January 6, 2021.

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

  • Cost: $189.60 in Main Cabin
  • Dates: Several in January and February 2021.
  • Route: MCO-ATL-LAX-ATL-MCO
  • MQM: 4,892 (3.9 CPM) 
  • MQD: $166
  • Base SkyMiles: 830

Find More Delta (or Other Airline) Mileage Runs!

Want something else? Juicy Miles has a Delta expert who will personally craft the most ideal mileage run around your parameters.

Or if you need a mileage run or award booking for another airline, Juicy Miles can help with those requests, too!

Book mileage runs through Juicy Miles!

The company’s founder, Adam Morvitz, was interviewed for the Washington Post article about mileage runs — that also featured René!

Paying for the Trip

Save money! Pay with Membership Rewards points through Juicy Miles’ new American Express partnership

If you pay cash, remember to use a credit card earning 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 Reserve card.3X with the Chase Sapphire Reserve (<– LINK), which also comes with an annual $300 travel credit. Plus, airport lounge access!

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 American Express Green Card3X with the American Express Green Card (<– LINK), which awards travel purchases, including airfare, hotels, rideshare, and more!

The Delta Reserve Card from American Express3X with the Delta SkyMiles Reserve American Express Card (<– LINK) on purchases made directly with Delta Air Lines. Delta Sky Club and American Express Centurion Lounge access also included!

The Platinum Delta SkyMiles Card from American Express.3X with the Delta SkyMiles Platinum American Express Card (<– LINK) on purchases made directly with Delta Air Lines.

Delta Reserve Business Card from American Express.3X with the Delta SkyMiles Reserve Business American Express Card (<– LINK) on purchases made directly with Delta Air Lines. Delta Sky Club and American Express Centurion Lounge access also included!

Delta SkyMiles® Platinum Business American Express Card3X with the Delta SkyMiles Platinum Business American Express Card (<– LINK) on purchases made directly with Delta Air Lines.

Enjoy!

–Chris

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