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For up to four travelers (and possibly more), FCF’s research team has discovered an opportunity to save up to 210,000 miles more than normal / everyday prices when traveling between the U.S. and Asia OR save $5,623 / 65% if you don’t have any miles and want to pay in cash.

Sample Savings via Starwood’s points-to-miles transfer partnership with Japan Airlines: San Francisco to Hong Kong for 85,000 Japan Airline miles and it costs even less if you have a Starwood account: only 70,000 Starpoints. American charges 70,000 miles for economy.

In other words, if you have a Starwood card and book via Japan Airlines, as opposed to earning miles via mainstream ways, you’re getting a free upgrade.

More here on getting flights (based on availability) from around the U.S. to the hub (Los Angeles, San Francisco or Washington, DC) AND / OR flights from the destination (Hong Kong) to all over Asia.

NO MILES? NO PROBLEM

American Airlines is currently running a deal whereby miles can be acquired for as low as 2.0¢ each (includes taxes and processing fee), through a new, up to 35% off buy promo, which runs through Sept. 30.

SAMPLE SAVINGS FROM U.S. TO aSIA IN BUSINESS CLASS:

The published Business Class fare on Cathay Pacific’s Washington, DC – Hong Kong route is $8,603 r/t; through the American Airlines purchase strategies, you can pay $2,980 r/t (includes taxes and about $60 in award tax), a savings of $5,623 (65%).

More Info on American Airlines discount miles-purchase.

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