Flying Blue Promo Awards Now Bookable For Flights Between Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Washington DC, Edmonton, Or Vancouver And Tel Aviv From 12.5K Miles Each Way

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Flying Blue Promo Awards (Click here to view worldwide promo awards)

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Flying Blue is the joint program of SkyTeam member Air France and KLM.
They consider Tel Aviv to be part of Europe which can make for some decent deals.

Flying Blue does charge fuel surcharges on their own flights but not on Delta flights. However availability is much better on their own flights than on Delta flights. When there is Delta availability though it’s significantly cheaper to book the Delta flights with Flying Blue miles than with Delta Skypesos.

-They normally charge 25,000 miles each way in coach and 62,500 miles each way in business to Israel but they run rotating promo awards valid for select cities.

-Promo awards are only valid on Air France or KLM.

-Travel is valid in either direction and is valid for one-way or round-trip travel.

-You need to book the current promo awards by 02/28.

-Promo awards are nonrefundable and non-changeable.

-Promo awards require Air France/KLM Flying Blue miles. You can’t use Delta miles for these awards and you can’t transfer Delta miles to Flying Blue.

Current deals:
-You can travel between Dallas and Tel Aviv between May 8th-May 31st for 12.5K miles each way in coach.
-You can travel between Boston, Chicago, Washington DC, or Vancouver and Tel Aviv in April or May for 18,750 miles each way in coach
-You can travel between Vancouver and Tel Aviv in April or May for 37,500 miles each way in premium economy.
-You can travel between Edmonton and Tel Aviv between May 5th-May 31st for 31,250 miles each way in business class.

-You can transfer AMEX or Citi points to Flying Blue at a 1K:1K ratio or Starpoints to Flying Blue at a 20K:25K ratio.

Want to pickup some Flying Blue miles?
AMEX MR points transfer to Flying Blue at a 1:1 ratio, Citi Thank You points from the Premier, Prestige, or Chairman cards transfer at a 1:1 ratio, and Starpoints transfer at a 20:25 ratio so 20K Starwood becomes enough for a round-trip ticket.

American Express is a DansDeals.com advertiser.

-The Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express awards 25K signup points with no fee for the first year. 20K Starpoints can transfer into 25K Flying Blue with the permanent 25% transfer bonus. Transfers can take a few days.

-American Express Membership Rewards points transfer instantly at a 1K:1K ratio to Flying Blue and can be earned from new cards like The Amex EveryDay Preferred Credit Card from American Express and The Amex EveryDay Credit Card from American Express.

The Preferred card awards 1.5 miles per dollar everywhere, 3 miles per dollar on Uber and gas, and 4.5 miles per dollar on groceries if you make 30 transactions per month.

The EveryDay card awards 1.2 miles per dollar everywhere and 2.4 miles per dollar on Uber and groceries if you make 20 transactions per month.

You can also earn Membership Rewards points from cards like the American Express® Premier Rewards Gold Card and The Platinum Card® from American Express.

-You can see the miles and fees for one-way tickets in the images below:

 

Dallas-Tel Aviv in economy:

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Chicago-Tel Aviv in economy:

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Edmonton-Tel Aviv in business class:

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Washington DC-Tel Aviv in coach:

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HT: D93, via DDF

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10 Comments on "Flying Blue Promo Awards Now Bookable For Flights Between Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Washington DC, Edmonton, Or Vancouver And Tel Aviv From 12.5K Miles Each Way"

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flying

is the Washington DC-Tel Aviv non stop?

LC

Can you please be a bit more clear with the pricing? So it would be 24k r/t, and how much in taxes? $94.78? or $189.56?

Jason

LC why don’t you take your lazy fingers and go look for yourself…lazy @$$

D93

No HT?

Eli

@flying: no

FT

@flying:
Nope!

Anonymous

@flying: @LC ; Raboisay, the information you seek is free @Flying Blue.com. It is not derech eretz to ask Dan to do your work.

Joe

Can I use my flying blue points to book a ticket for my sister? Or does the name need to match?

Gabbai

@Joe – basic program information is available on the Flying Blue web site. As Anonymous says, please do not bother Dan with basic information questions as opposed to questions about tactics to get the most out of the FF programs.

Adam

Thank you for the head’s up Dan and that’s what I have to contribute.

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