First Class Anomaly Fare Between the U.S. and South America Nets Savings of Up to 43%

This EasyUp published fare only costs $500 more than Business Class—and is often a better choice than free or upgrade mileage awards.

Here at FCF we are like wildcatters for oil: constantly drilling and digging to find the fares that fly without lights.

This month we hit a gusher, a year-round, First Class fare to Buenos Aires on a major carrier, American, and available from 20-plus U.S. cities. It ranges from $3,951 to $4,871— 69% off normal fares. Sure, this isn’t for everyone, but it’s a good deal, relatively speaking

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