Delta First Class Sale: Fares from $99 or 8k SkyMiles Each Way
Update 2 pm CT: Delta has removed the offer page but the fares are still bookable at Delta.com.
Delta has launched an advertised First Class sale for Thanksgiving travel between many domestic destinations. Availability from November 17th to November 24th, 2018. The offer must be booked by Tuesday, October 23rd. This deal starts at $99 or 8,000 SkyMiles each way for domestic first class tickets.
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Delta First Class Sale Availability
- Travel November 17th – November 24th, 2018
- Expires Tuesday, October 23rd @ 11:59 EST
- To book these fares, visit the Delta.com
- Restrictions: Tickets must be purchased 21 days prior to departure, but no later than 10/23/18.
- Minimum stay of 3 nights
This deal starts at $99 or 8,000 SkyMiles for one way First Class tickets. This is one of the more unique Delta sales we have seen as domestic travel during the Thanksgiving holiday can be expensive. If any of these routes fit your travel plans, there may be an opportunity to save while enjoying the First Class cabin. After doing a few searches, some of these fares are even cheaper than advertised as is the case in the example below.
These Delta First Class sale fares will include expedited check-in and premium boarding. You will also receive complimentary drinks and premium snacks along with larger seatback entertainment screens.
Delta continues to impress with their solid monthly flash sales. These sales are one of the main reasons we place a higher value on the SkyMiles program than most. With the lack of an award chart, Delta can effectively charge you as many SkyMiles as they please for an award ticket. What many fail to realize is that this can often work in your favor as is the case with this deal.
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