Only 12,500 Miles One-way to Europe! – Flying Blue 10th Anniversary Sale

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Flying Blue (Air France/KLM) is celebrating its 10th Anniversary with special monthly promo awards. During the next 10 days, you can save 50% on Flying Blue award flights from the United States to Europe! The sale period is from Dec 1-10th, but since Europe is 6-7 hours ahead, the sale has already started!

Cities included in the offer are Washington, DC, NYC, Atlanta, Boston, and Houston to all of Europe. This also includes flights to North Africa, Tel Aviv, Istanbul, and Moscow. Flights start out at only 12,500 miles one-way or 25k round-trip. The only downside to this thrifty offer is taxes average $230 for each round-trip flight. That’s still not bad for a round-trip flight with short layovers and almost daily availability! The flights can be booked as one-way fares as well! Book quick before the award space disappears!


12,500 Miles One-way to Europe

Air France A380

Thrifty Tip #1: Flights from NYC and Washington, DC to Paris fly the Airbus A380, which should make for an interesting ride!


Booking Dates:

December 1-10th (Book here)

Travel Dates:

Jan 15 – March 15, 2015

Sale Cities:

Washington, DC (IAD)

New York City (JFK)

Atlanta (ATL)

Boston (BOS)

Houston (IAH)


All Europe (See where Air France/KLM Flies)


Transfer points from the following programs into Flying Blue:


Sample Round-Trip Flight

Sample Round-Trip Flight (IAD – ALG)


Bottom Line

The Flying Blue 10th Anniversary Sale is an incredible deal if you plan to visit anywhere in Europe in the next three months. With flights to almost every city in Europe, this is a hell of a deal even with the high fees. If you’re sitting on a stack of SPG points, Amex Membership Rewards, or Citi Thank You points, now is the time to make your move! Book quick because availability won’t last long!


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3 Responses

  1. adventureweek says:

    Unfortunately not showing for me yet (in US)

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