Los Angeles To Tokyo For $460.90 Round-Trip

Update, 11:50am: DEAD!
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-Bookable on Priceline with free cancellations until 11:30pm ET the day after you book.

Sold by USAirways though most flights are operated by American.

The flights that I’ve founds at this price connect in Phoenix and Chicago and they would earn over 16,000 miles.

Sample dates:
03/30-04/08
04/01-04/09
09/07-09/16
10/19-10/27
10/22-10/29
11/10-11/18

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27 Responses to “Los Angeles To Tokyo For $460.90 Round-Trip”

  1. Moshe123 Says:
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    Couldn’t have happened to a nicer airline.

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  2. manganator Says:
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    Cant u acutally get 24,000 miles after the 50% bonus?

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  3. Yosef Says:
    3

    Who in their right mind will take two stops and fly for 36 hours, stopping in the God forsaken Chicago?

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  4. Chossid Says:
    4

    If only this was LAX to Thailand…

    What is there to see in Japan really?

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  5. mendel Says:
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    cheap but not worth the wait. unless you can miss the flight from lax and then pick it up from chicago

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  6. menachem Says:
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    So if i fly this flight can i credit it to Aegean? then what other flight can i get to hit 20,000 miles for lifetime gold status?

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  7. st1575 Says:
    7

    You cannot credit the AA-operated flights to Aegean.

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  8. Frank Says:
    8

    Can someone help me? Trying to book for 8 days leaving on the 2nd of March(or 3rd) but not having any luck.

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  9. Al Says:
    9

    What is the minimum length of stay?

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  10. yankel Says:
    10

    which airport in tokyo?

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  11. Josh Says:
    11

    Dansmeals Tokyo??

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  12. Anonymous Says:
    12

    @st1575: Even if its sold by us airways?

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  13. Anonymous Says:
    13

    FYI there is zero kosher food there, the chabad is not so helpful, so if planning on going schelping food for 7-10 days can be an issue

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  14. Dan Says:
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    Japan is a really neat country, I visited Tokyo, Kyoto, Kobe, and Osaka back in 2005 and loved it.

    I don’t see any kosher info on the regular chabad website but the bootleg/knockoff chabad there seems to have a kosher restaurant in Tokyo…

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  15. Benny Says:
    15

    Just for the record US Air does NOT give you the miles even you fly those miles they just still it from you and its illegal what they doing especially for people like me that gets double the miles so I lost over 20,000 miles on their cheap ticket and if I knew I wouldn’t fly with them at all. We need to do a class action againt usair.Good luck

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  16. Mechayamom Says:
    16

    @Benny what do you mean they steal the miles? Did you fly all the legs of the flight?
    Or did you skip the final leg?

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  17. Anonymous Says:
    17

    Agree with yosef

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  18. az Says:
    18

    restaurant will open in a few months on 2nd floor by chabads. otherwise,very hardto find kosher food. bring your own

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  19. ari d Says:
    19

    ” but the bootleg/knockoff chabad” . thats a new one to me

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  20. JamesR Says:
    20

    New to DD. Am I correct in assuming that DEAD means the deal is no longer available?

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  21. Megatron Says:
    21

    Re: Chossid

    I wish this deal were to CLE.

    What is there to see in LA, really?

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  22. Rich Says:
    22

    @Chossid:

    Are you kidding? That’s a pretty ignorant comment. Also, when someone offers you something, you don’t ask or imply you’d like something else. It’s rude.

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  23. Chiam Yahuda Says:
    23

    Jpn airport is NARITA / also less used is HANEDA
    Chabad will have full Kosher rest in 3 weeks
    The real Chabbad Rav Sudakevitch

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  24. Alan Leibowitz Says:
    24

    Mazol Tov.
    Great success for the new full Kosher rest in 3 weeks

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  25. Benny Says:
    25

    @Mechayamom: to # 16 So what if I skipped one leg ,so they right not to give me miles for that leg but what ever I FLEW I want my miles , and if not that’s called STEALING

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  26. Shaul Yaakov Says:
    26

    @Benny: Read the contract of carriage. If you miss a leg, you lose miles. If you don’t like it, don’t skip legs.

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  27. Anonymous Says:
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    @Chossid: What an ignoramus you are! Is there anything to see, what an american turd you are

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