HURRY: Chicago to Alaska With Delta Skymiles just 11,000 Miles (or less) Each Way!

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We all should know that May is the unofficial start of the Alaska cruise season and right now we can find some of the least expensive offers of the year. There are some simply amazingly cheap 7-14 day cruises on many of the major lines right now and I am talking just a few hundred dollars per person.

But you still do have to get to Seward via Anchorage and that means flying. Check out the unannounced flash sale Delta is having from the Chicago area airports

The lowest price tickets are BASIC Economy tickets but main cabin coach is only a few thousand more (13,000 Skymiles). If you happen to hold a Delta Amex card(s) keep in mind you will also get 15% off these prices at checkout and can pay for the tickets with any credit card you want, that is, you don’t have to pay with your Delta Amex card to get the 15% discount in Skymiles.

The deal seems to be a bit of an attack on non-Delta hubs. I checked a few other United and American Airlines hubs and while not as cheap as from Chicago there is still real value to be found if you have a bunch of Delta Skymiles to burn and want to see Alaska from a ship! – René

 

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René de Lambert
René de Lamberthttp://www.FrequentFloaters.com
René de Lambert has been a travel blogger for over 10 years covering the travel industry - including cruising.

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