Fare Alert: NYC-MSY $130-150 RT!

New Orleans is a blast! Enough said…

This fare was published earlier today, but I haven’t gotten a chance to write about it until now. Luckily, all the availability is still around!

Delta is having a fare sale for LGA-MSY for $130 RT.

United is having a fare sale for EWR-MSY for $150 RT.


The fare is valid from July – October 31st.

Here are a few sample dates:

Click the picture to be taken to the Delta booking page via Hipmunk.com!

Click the picture to be taken to the Delta booking page via Hipmunk.com!

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Click the picture to be taken to the United booking page via Hipmunk.com!

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Fare Alert: New York – Montevideo, Uruguay $373 (and possibly lower)

Via The Flight Deal, who is a MUST follow for all the best airfare deals out there, Copa Airlines is offering a fare from New York to Montevideo, Uruguay for $373.40.


$746.80 for 2 passengers

The fare is valid until December 8, 2013.

This can be booked easily on CheapTickets.com with a simple round-trip search.

To compound the savings, use the cashback portal eBates and click through to CheapTickets to get an additional 3% cashback ($11.20). Every little bit of savings helps!

Copa Airlines is a member of Star Alliance and this fare will earn 100% mileage credit on United.

It totals 11,202 miles so the breakdown will be 3.3 CPM (cents per mile)… 3.2 CPM with the 3% cashback.

That’s pretty great. If I had vacation days to burn, I’d be on this for sure!



Fare Alert: Boston – New Orleans for $116

This has been around for a few days so if you haven’t gotten in on it yet, United Airlines is having a fare sale from Boston to New Orleans for only $116!

It’s not a nonstop but it’s still a hell of a fare to the Big Easy. Fares are only valid on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday departure.

Since this fare is from United, book directly on united.com. That way, you can utilize the “Book Now; Think Later” strategy because they have a 24 hour FREE cancellation policy!

Here is an example fare:


I hope a few people can get in on this. Love New Orleans!

Cafe Du Monde

Cafe Du Monde

FARE ALERT: $327-386 New York (JFK) – Buenos Aires, Argentina (EZE)

Thanks to The Flight Deal, an amazing fare to Buenos Aires, Argentina has been discovered. $386 JFK-GIG-EZE-GIG-JFK round trip!

This deal is being brought to us by TAM Airlines, a member of the Star Alliance.

There are two different parts of this deal – one that will earn United miles and one that won’t.

Things to Note

  • If you choose flights that are marketed by TAM but operated by LAN Airlines, you will probably have no chance to earn miles in any program except TAM’s.
    • Not my personal preference, but for those of you who just want a cheap flight to Buenos Aires, this will knock the price down to $327!
  • For US citizens visiting Argentina, you must pay an entry fee on arrival of $160, and it lasts for 10 years.
  • Orbitz has a 24 hour cancellation policy. You’ll get 100% of the ticket value and taxes back!
    • This is definitely one of those BOOK NOW, THINK LATER situations!

How to Book

The easiest way to book these is on Orbitz.com. Use the Round Trip tool and input JFK and EZE. The results will simply show up.

Don’t forget to go through your favorite shopping portal and link through to Orbitz for a few more % cash back. I

Sample Itinerary

This is operated by TAM so it will earn 100% on United!

Don’t forget. You can only credit this routing to TAM’s frequent flyer program!

FARE ALERT: $315 Off Any Alitalia Flight

We’re going JFK to Madrid for $284!

Using the Japanese Alitalia site and the promo code PROMOJP, you can get 25,000 YEN (about $315) off any Alitalia flight!

Use this for whatever you want.

People are booking intra-Europe flights for almost NOTHING.

Personally, I separately booked Joann and I for a trip to Madrid in January.


  • Use Google Chrome because it has a nifty Translate feature so you can translate everything on the page back to English.
  • Pay with a credit card that has no foreign exchange fees so you don’t get dinged on that (e.g. Chase Sapphire Preferred).
  • If you have a Delta SkyMiles account, there is a spot where you can enter that as your loyalty program so you can earn Delta miles for these flights.

If you have any questions or need help booking, just ask!

Thanks, flyinghigh77 on FlyerTalk.