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Amazing Deal: Fly Delta One Suites to Tokyo from 85K SkyMiles!

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Attention Thrifty Traveler Premium members:

Attention Thrifty Traveler Premium members:

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Delta is practically notorious for charging a mountain of SkyMiles to book Delta One business class abroad: You're likely to see rates of 300,000 SkyMiles or more each way. Consider this an excellent exception.

Earlier this week, we sent Thrifty Traveler Premium members an award alert to book Delta One Suites to Tokyo-Haneda (HND) from nearly a dozen cities next year for as low as just 85,000 miles each way. Travelers with a co-branded Delta Skymiles American Express card in their wallets get the best rates thanks to the TakeOff 15 discount.

Our Thrifty Traveler Premium members got first dibs and snapped up some of this availability, but there are still plenty of flights bookable from January through early March 2024. Don't wait, as these cheap Delta One rates could disappear soon.

 

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Technically, this is part of Delta's Cyber Monday Sale … but as usual, the deals we found are even better than what Delta advertised. There are also some significant savings flying Delta One over to Seoul (ICN) next year from dozens of cities, with one-way fares as low as 110,000 SkyMiles or so.

Using just 85,000 SkyMiles to book a lie-flat seat to Japan is as good as it gets with Delta these days. Sure, other airlines may charge fewer miles to fly business class across the Pacific. But this is the lowest price we've seen for travelers with SkyMiles in nearly four years!

Surprisingly, Delta is even cutting a deal to members who book one-way flights in business class. That's a rarity: With Delta SkyMiles flash sales, you almost always need to book roundtrip for savings. Not so here.

This deal is so good – and so rare – we sent Thrifty Traveler Premium members a text for this unicorn fare as well as an email alert! Book a one-way for as low as 85,000 SkyMiles or make it a roundtrip for just 170,000 SkyMiles. Either way, it's a fraction of what Delta typically charges.

 

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Don't have enough SkyMiles? Delta is an Amex transfer partner – instantly get what you need from cards like the *amex gold* or *amex platinum*!

This isn't just a one-off, either: You can book Delta business class seats over to Tokyo from several airports across the country at these discounted rates, including Delta hubs like Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP), Detroit (DTW), and Seattle (SEA) as well as even smaller airports like Rochester (RST). The list of deals to Seoul (ICN) is even longer. Keep reading for the full list of departure cities you can fly from!

No matter where you're going, you'll be flying the best of the best Delta business class seats across the Pacific. All of Delta's routes to Tokyo and Seoul are on either an Airbus A350-900 or an even newer Airbus A330-900neo, both equipped with Delta One suites for your long flight overseas.

Lie-flat bed? Check. Privacy doors you can close to block out the world? Check. Champagne when you board, great food you can pre-order online, and a high-definition seatback screen with plenty of movies to keep you entertained? Check, check, and check.

This is about as good as flying to Japan gets.

 

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Read our full review of flying Delta One Suites!

You'll find these ultra-low rates for Delta One to Japan from January through early March. But whether you head up north for some legendary skiing in Hokkaido or just eat your way around Tokyo, there's no bad time of year to explore Japan.

We're used to seeing the big Delta hubs like Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP), Atlanta (ATL), and Detroit (DTW) suffer from higher prices … but there's no Delta hub penalty here! Just check out how easy it is to find a business class flight from Minneapolis to Tokyo next year for just 85,000 SkyMiles.

 

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Other nonstop and one-stop routes price out a bit higher, so it could be worth booking a positioning flight to Minneapolis or Detroit. But even at 110,000 SkyMiles or 127,500 SkyMiles each way, this is likely the lowest rate you'll find through Delta for a trip to Asia in business class from airports like Atlanta (ATL), Detroit (DTW), and other cities.

 

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Thrifty Tip: Make sure to use Delta’s “Price Calendar” feature when searching for award rates to find the best deals.

 

Availability to Tokyo & Seoul in Delta One Suites

  • Travel from January through early March 2024
  • To book these fares, visit Delta.com and search for Delta One seats using “Shop with Miles”
  • Pricing listed below does not include the 15% discount for Delta Amex cardholders

 

Departure Cities

All cities with an * are nonstop routes 

To Tokyo-Haneda (HND)

Atlanta (ATL) – 150k*
Detroit (DTW) – 100k*
Dothan (DHN) – 150k
Long Beach (LGB) – 150k
Los Angeles (LAX) – 150k*
Minneapolis (MSP) – 100k*
Ontario (ONT) – 150k
Palm Springs (PSP) – 150k
Rochester (RST) – 100k
Santa Ana (SNA) – 150k
Seattle (SEA) – 150k

 

To Seoul (ICN)

Aberdeen (ABR) – 150k
Akron (CAK) – 150k
Albuquerque (ABQ) – 140k
Anchorage (ANC) – 140k
Appleton (ATW) – 150k
Atlanta (ATL) –  140k
Austin (AUS) – 150k
Bemidji (BJI) – 150k
Billings (BIL) – 140k
Bismarck (BIS) – 150k
Boise (BOI) – 140k
Bozeman (BZN) –  140k
Brainerd (BRD) – 150k
Burbank (BUR) – 140k
Butte (BTM) – 140k
Calgary (YYC) –  140k
Cedar Rapids (CID) – 150k
Charleston (CRW) – 150k
Chicago (MDW) – 150k
Chicago (ORD) – 150k
Cincinnati (CVG) – 150k
Cleveland (CLE) – 150k
Colorado Springs (COS) – 140k
Columbus (CMH) – 150k
Dallas (DAL) – 150k
Dallas (DFW) – 150k
Dayton (DAY) – 150k
Denver (DEN) – 150k
Des Moines (DSM) – 150k
Detroit (DTW) – 130k*
Duluth (DLH) – 150k
Edmonton (YEG) – 140k
El Paso (ELP) – 140k
Erie (ERI) -150k
Eugene (EUG) – 140k
Evansville (EVV) – 150k
Fairbanks (FAI) – 140k
Fargo (FAR) – 150k
Fayetteville (XNA) – 150k
Fort Wayne (FWA) – 150k
Fresno (FAT) – 140k
Grand Forks (GFK) – 150k
Grand Rapids (GRR) – 150k
Green Bay (GRB) – 150k
Hibbing (HIB) – 150k
Houston (HOU) – 150k
Houston (IAH) – 150k
Idaho Falls (IDA) – 140k
Indianapolis (IND) – 150k
International Falls (INL) – 150k
Jackson Hole (JAC) – 140k
Kalamazoo (AZO) – 150k
Kalispell (FCA) – 140k
Kansas City (MCI) – 150k
Lansing (LAN) – 150k
Lexington (LEX) – 150k
Long Beach (LGB) – 140k
Louisville (SDF) – 150k
Madison (MSN) – 150k
Medford (MFR) – 140k
Milwaukee (MKE) – 150k
Minneapolis (MSP) – 130k*
Minot (MOT) – 150k
Missoula (MSO) – 140k
Moline (MLI) – 150k
Oklahoma City (OKC) – 150k
Ontario (ONT) – 140k
Palm Springs (PSP) – 150k
Pasco (PSC) – 140k
Phoenix (PHX) – 140k
Pocatello (PIH) – 140k
Portland (PDX) – 140k
Rapid City (RAP) – 150k
Redmond (RDM) – 140k
Reno (RNO) – 140k
Rhinelander (RHI) – 150k
Rochester (RST) – 130k
Sacramento (SMF) – 140k
Salt Lake City (SLC) – 140k
San Antonio (SAT) – 150k
San Francisco (SFO) – 140k
San Jose (SJC) – 140k
Santa Ana (SNA) – 140k
Seattle (SEA) – 120k*
Sioux Falls (FSD) – 150k
Spokane (GEG) – 140k
Springfield (SGF) – 150k
St. Louis (STL) – 150k
Traverse City (TVC) – 150k
Tulsa (TUL) – 150k
Vancouver (YVR) – 140k
Wausau (CWA) – 150k
Wichita (ICT) – 150k

 

Bottom Line

Delta SkyMiles flash sales have mounted a serious comeback lately, and they don't get much better than this.

Just 85,000 SkyMiles for a Delta One Suite to Tokyo next year? Steep savings to Seoul, too? It's been years since we've seen business class award rates this low with Delta.

Our Thrifty Traveler Premium members got first dibs, but now it's your chance. Don't wait: Deals this good don't stick around for long.

 

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