At Miles&More, there are several destinations with reduced mileage rates every month. As a rule, the long-haul flights in Business Class are the most interesting.
This month, Lufthansa is offering a lot of different destinations at a reduced rate if you fly in January or February 2022. For a round trip to North America, for instance, you’d only pay 55,000 miles and around €560 in taxes and fees. There are also award flights for 70,000 miles and €650 additional payment to South America. For a fee of €25, the flights can be rebooked to 2022 without having to pay a price or miles difference.
Here are some of the best bargains that we could find:
- Atlanta: 55,000 miles + €560
- Boston: 55,000 miles + €560
- Chicago: 55,000 miles + €560
- Los Angeles: 55,000 miles + €600
- Miami: 55,000 miles + €560
- New York: 55,000 miles + €496
- Newark: 55,000 miles + €560
- Orlando: 55,000 miles + €560
- San Francisco: 55,000 miles + €600
- Seattle: 55,000 miles + €600
- Toronto: 55,000 miles + €538
- Washington DC: 55,000 miles + €560
- Johannesburg: 55,000 miles + €573
- Vancouver: 55,000 miles + €573
- Montreal: 55,000 miles + €518
- Philadelphia: 55,000 miles + €560
- Houston: 55,000 miles + €600
- Detroit: 55,000 miles + €560
- Charlotte: 55,000 miles + €529
- Buenos Aires: 70,000 miles + €650
- Singapore: 70,000 miles + €604
- Tokyo: 70,000 miles + €562
- Nur-Sultan: 70,000 miles + €516
- Seoul: 70,000 miles + €561
- Almaty: 70,000 miles + €514
- Bogota: 70,000 miles + €634
Among others, you can fly from the following countries:
- Czech Republic
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The original flight date must be between January 15 and February 28, 2022. You can then rebook the flights to a later date for €25, without having to pay a price or miles difference.
These mileage bargains expire on October 31, 2021, however, the flights will most definitely be sold out before then. Simply book the flights on Miles&More’s website.
You can use our search form to try out some dates that may suit you. However, don’t be surprised if you need to try more than once, as the availability is fine, but far from daily.