It is maybe a bit crazy to start thinking about mileage runs this late/early in the year (2013) but this one has some real potential. You could maybe plan a repositioning trip to sunny Florida and then do a two day run in the middle while the family lays on the beach?

You can do 07FEB & 08FEB days back to back if you want at the same price & for under $500 all in your are talking almost 11,000 MQM’s and 22,000 RDM’s if you are GM/PM/DM!

Anyone for a few sunny days & flying?- René

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6 Responses to “Delta mileage run MIA-LAX 5400+MQM $242 RT FEB2013 4.4CPM”

  1. Jason G says:

    Thanks for this! Just booked. A different outbound though. Hope we both get upgraded!

  2. Looks like I can get the price down by just a few bucks into the $230′s. Good find. The flight is operated on 737 direct from Miami.

  3. Neet says:

    Thanks Rene. While it’s not as good as the $137 PIT-SFO runs from last year but this looks it can be played with.

    I am sneaking in a mileage run whenever possible, early in the year or when an opportunity comes through, it’s so less stressful than trying to do these in Dec holidays.

    Also, did you get on the BWI-SVO run? I booked the bwi-jfk-svo-ams-atl-jfk-bwi in Feb (11,526 MQM +100% platinum bonus) for $337. Moscow over the weekend should be a fun time too.

  4. Delta Points says:

    @Neet – txs! Nah, I do my mileage runs in the good old USA when ever I can. Just works better for me.

  5. Nina says:

    Wow wow
    This is wild
    I’m on the PHL hnl run in feb
    Never heard bout the svo run
    Where was is posted please????????

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