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- Also bookable on Orbitz or Expedia or direct from the airline.
- Limited seats are available on each date.
- Use a card like Sapphire Preferred, Ink Preferred, or Sapphire Reserve to earn 2-3 Chase points per dollar spent and get free trip cancellation/interruption insurance, travel accident insurance, luggage insurance, trip and luggage delay protection, and more!
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American has dirt cheap basic economy fares from the US to Tokyo. These fares include a free checked bag and carry-on bag, but they can’t be changed.
That’s a gamble, as currently Japan is closed to tourists, though you can try buying for after you think they will reopen.
Or you can buy up to an American standard economy ticket for an additional $80 round-trip, which comes with free changes and seat selection.
United is also offering a standard economy fare for $305.
American Miami or Fort Lauderdale-Tokyo $225 sample dates:
January 25-February 1
February 22-March 1
Fares are also available from other cities to Tokyo. For example:
S. Louis-Tokyo for $279 on AA in basic/$359 in standard economy
Cleveland-Tokyo for $357 on United in standard economy
Using Chase Points:
You can pay for the ticket with “hybrid points” such as AMEX or Chase points with a card that allows your points to be used at an increased value for airfare in addition to be able to transfer points into airline miles.
If you have a Chase Sapphire Reserve card you can redeem points for 1.5 cents each towards travel. If you have a Chase Sapphire Preferred or Chase Ink Preferred you can redeem points for 1.25 cents each towards travel.
You can login to your account and redeem Chase points for travel here. The round-trip cost will be 15,044 points with a Sapphire Reserve. That rate include all taxes and you will still earn flight miles as well!
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