Wide open Delta One space to Seoul, South Korea (from ~111K miles for cardholders) | Space

The Points Guy reported last night on some wide open Delta One award space to Seoul, South Korea. I’m surprised to see that this space has stuck around today. While 130,000 miles one way is not a screaming deal to get to Asia, this represents a rare chance to get great value out of your delta points for a business class flight (and Delta cardholders get a 15% discount, dropping the price to as few as 110,500 miles one way). Again, this is less about the price being better than competitors and more about the price being far better than what Delta ordinarily charges. The bottom line is that this is still a very good value compared to cash rates to fly business class to Asia.

I flew Delta One suites from Tokyo to Minneapolis a few years ago and found it to be even better than it looks in pictures.

The Deal

  • Delta has wide open business class award availability between the US and Seoul, South Korea in July and August (in many cases for 4 or more passengers). Prices start at 130K (and are only about 135K from many connecting airports in the US).
  • Delta cardholders qualify for a 15% discount and will see that reflected when logged in

Quick Thoughts

As noted at the outset, this is not among the best ways to get to Asia using miles and points simply because competitors charge far fewer miles or points. For example, you could pay just 60,000 American Airlines miles…

Source frequentmiler.com

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