Boston to Bermuda for 14,000 Skymiles! Plus Other Caribbean/Latin America Sales

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Delta Airlines Award Sale

Boston to Bermuda for 14,000 Skymiles! Plus Other Caribbean/Latin America Sales

Delta has been having some amazing sales lately.  Yesterday DDG had an article about a sale to Australia and Europe for 50,000 Skymiles or less.  I found one more that should be of interest.  How does visiting Bermuda for 14,000 Skymiles sound?

Details

You must purchase by 8/22/18 and the stay must include a Friday or Saturday.  It is good for travel from September 15th – November 15th.  I did a quick search for 3 day trips and came up with mostly 16,000 Skymiles flights.  But when I moved it to 4 days I came up with this.

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There is a few 14,000 awards in there mixed with a ton of 16,000 mile awards. These flights have a cash price of $365.97.  When you take the award taxes and fees into account that is a value of 1.7 cents per Skymile, which is above average.

There is also a sale for other Latin America/Caribbean locations flying from Atlanta:

  • San Paulo – 75,000 miles
  • Belize City –  36,000 miles
  • Lima – 52,000 miles
  • Guanacaste Liberia – 44,000 miles

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Conclusion

Delta has been having a lot of great sales lately and getting to Bermuda for 14,000 miles is right up there with the best of them.  Get one more taste of summer this fall for $125 and a few thousand Skymiles!

If you are running low on Delta Skymiles miles don’t forget about the increased offers for their American Express cards right now.


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2 COMMENTS

    • I didn’t try. I would guess no but worth checking out. I would assume they would still be lower rates than normal if it connects in Boston.

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