Airfare Steal: Fly LAX to Tokyo Round-Trip For Just $433 on Several Airlines

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Fly From LA to Tokyo For Just $433 Round-Trip

Fly From LA to Tokyo For Just $433 Round-Trip

There’s a sale on flights from LAX to Tokyo on Round Trip fares with United, All Nippon and JAL (Japan Airlines) with incredible prices and decent availability. Looks like flights daparting LAX every Wednesday and Thursday from January until June have availability at the lowest price- $433.

The Offer

Fly for as little as $433 round-trip on United, ANA and JAL.

From:

  • Los Angeles (LAX)

To:

  • Tokyo (NRT)

Depart LAX any Wednesday or Thursday from January through June. The return schedule at the lowest price is pretty wide open at this point. As you can see from the Google Flight Search picture below.

Fly From LA to Tokyo For Just $433 Round-Trip

How to Book

To find travel dates that work for you, head to Google Flights and then use the flights information to complete booking directly through the airline’s website.

Conclusion

These are great prices, so if you’re interested you should book as quickly as possible for max flexibility. Don’t forget to use a rewards card that earns extra rewards on airfare purchases! Use Amex Platinum that offers 5x MR on airfare, Chase Sapphire Reserve for 3x UR on travel, or Citi Prestige for 3x TYP on airfare.

 

HT: Slick Deals

 


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3 COMMENTS

  1. Do you know what fare codes these fares will be? I’m wondering if it would be possible for using an ANA upgrade award on these.

  2. I booked an ANA flight through United using US Bank points. It coded as United K. And, it won’t let me select seats. If I had booked with ANA directly, it would have let me reserve seats but not credit my miles to United (at least at the time of booking). I think I’d rather have the seats. I can’t take being in the middle of a 2 4 2 configuration for 11 hours.

  3. Just call up ANA and select the seats. Their phone agents are Japanese ladies so be careful they might be too nice!

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