Flash Deal Summary

*Some Partner awards may be dynamic and differ slightly from below. web-team is working on updating the web-site functionality to account for new ranges in pricing.

*Some Partner awards may be dynamic and differ slightly from below. web-team is working on updating the web-site functionality to account for new ranges in pricing.

In the meantime, please double check all partner pricing before committing to travel or points transfer plans.

For one traveler (and possibly more), FCF’s research team has discovered an opportunity to save up to $18,302/83% if you don’t have any miles and want to pay in cash or 200,000 miles when compared to normal/everyday prices traveling to/from the U.S.

Sample Savings via American Express, Capital One and Chase’s points-to-miles transfer partnership with British Airways: San Francisco to Tokyo’s normal/everyday price can often be 340,000 when using American Airlines miles but if you use Amex Rewards Points partner British Airways miles the cost can be as low as 206,000 miles.


American Airlines is currently running a deal whereby miles can be acquired for as low as 2.45¢ each (includes taxes and processing fee), through a new, up to 35% bonus miles purchase promo.

More Info on American Airlines Promotion.

The published First Class fare on Japan Airlines’ San Francisco to Tokyo route is $22,100 r/t; through the American Airlines purchase strategy, you can pay $3,798 r/t (includes about $130 in award tax), a savings of $18,302 (83%).

New to buying miles? Know: FCF’s Beginner’s Guide: How to Play the “Buy Miles to Fly In Style” Strategy to Net Up to 90% Off Premium Travel.

More here on getting flights (based on availability) from around the U.S. to the hub (San Francisco) AND/OR flights from the destination (Tokyo) to Asia.

More here on The Golden Key to Unlocking Lucrative Miles & Points Opportunities: FCF’s Sweet Redeems Part I and Part II–The Golden Key to Unlocking Lucrative Miles & Points: How to Use FCF’s Sweet Redeems to Save Up to 92% on First Class Flights (When You Don’t Have Any or Enough Miles or Point.

Example Deal Routes

Depending on the program, you may qualify for free connecting flights to and from your deal route airports. Learn more.

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Deal Availability

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Every program charges a different price. Pick your preferred payment option and book the flash deal before it vanishes.

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One of FCF’s many strategy inventions: Buy miles or points to use for the flash availability deal. Learn More.

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Everybody knows how frequently airfares change (some estimates claim that there are up to 500,000 fare changes daily). Because that’s a few too many for First Class Flyer to keep up with, FCF cannot guarantee that all fares discussed will be available when you go to make a booking. Also, for the sake of quick and easy “executive summary” format, all fare rules and restrictions can’t possibly be included. Fares quoted usually include the average taxes and fees for the routes in the chart.

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