NZ: Ex-USA $300 discount with promo code; expires Mar 2 @ 11:59 PST

New Zealand
Outbound 1 Apr – 27 Apr 2016 / Return 17 Apr – 30 Apr 2016 $796

20 Mar – 21 Jun 2016 $882

19 Apr – 16 May 2016 $687

Cook Islands
10 Apr – 15 May 2016 $642

Use the promo code LEAP300 for a $300 discount off adult round-trip base fares booked in Economy, Premium Economy or Business class from the United States to New Zealand, Australia, Pacific Islands or United Kingdom. Offer only applies to round-trip bookings purchased from Child and infant discounts do not apply with this offer. Offer is valid for sale between February 29, 2016 12:01 a.m. PST and March 2, 2016 11:59 PST for travel beginning March 20, 2016 and all travel completed by June 30, 2016.

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LAX to MEL $397 RT

I am a first time long time. Came across this find (skyscanner) and thought it was noteworthy. Hopefully someone can use it:

Sample date: May 1 – May 8 RT LAX-MEL through Hawaiian Airlines + Virgin Australia.

Return flight has 3h 35min layover in Honolulu. Maybe enough time to see some sun for a quick moment?


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Am: Tij-mex-lim $240

AeroMexico has flights through June from Tijuana to Lima for ~$240 (V Class fare).

I found that searching AeroMexico’s Mexico website (in Spanish) will open up even more dates when you pay in MXN. This is a great fare if you live in San Diego where you can take the new bridge (Cross Border Express). I believe the bridge has global entry and makes it pretty easy to get in and out of the Tijuana airport for $24 round trip. I’m not sure if they’ve started the bus from the San Diego airport to the bridge.

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TP (TAP Portugal): BOS-Europe (many destinations) <$300 RT AI

With a hat tip to for inspiration to look:

ITA is giving some unbookable results (showing BOS-LHR under $200 on some dates but I can’t find dates working on TAP’s website), but it seems much of Europe is available at this very low price. BIS cpm is under 3 for some locations. Dates are at least in September and October, probably more dates out there, but this is so broad based that I can’t check everything!

Here is one example on TAP’s website:

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