Sample Travel Date:

  • Oct 16th – Oct 28th
  • The flight is marketed by Vietnam Airlines but operated by China Airlines. The layover time is minimal around 2 hours each way
  • Book at
  • Use Promo Code: NY15 for another $15 off

SFO-HAN onetravel

Fare Availability:

  • Valid travel days: Monday , Tuesday , Wednesday , Thursday
  • Availability: Oct 1st to Nov 18th

How to Search for Availability:

  • Use ITA Software Matrix Airfare Search and use the following search criteria:
    • Departing from: SFO
    • Outbound Advanced Routing Code: ci+ (for China Airlines)
    • Destination: HAN
    • Return Advanced Routing Code: ci+
    • Use “Search Calendar for lowest fare” – Input 8-15 for trip length
    • ITA software is a fare searching tool and you can’t book tickets on the website


  • This is a very cheap ticket but it is a non-mileage earning one. If you fly whatever cheapest airline and don’t care about frequent miles, this is your deal

How to book:

  • Book at
  • Use Promo Code: NY15 for another $15 off
  • Final price is $788.60

SFO-HAN onetravel final price

$500 roundtrip ticket from US to Asia

I came across this post from the Flight Deals and would like to share ASAP. This is a fare sale from many US cities: NYC, LA, Oakland, Seattle, Phoenix, Baltimore, Portland, Philadelphia, Boston and Fort Lauderdale to a few cities in Asia such as: Taipei, Manila, Hong Kong and Singapore

If you want or can travel to Asia on Sep 25th or Sep 26th and come back on some certain days in Oct, Nov, and Dec, call yourself lucky.

Valid Travel Dates

  • Outbound: September 25th or 26th
  • Return: October 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th, 30th, 31st. November 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th, 20th, 21st, 27th, 28th. December 4th or 6th.

Tickets must be purchased by September 21st but no way it will last that long. Here is an example of a flight search from LAX to Manila from Sep 25 to Oct 9

You can book these flights at or AA.COM or Again some of the tickets are not available anymore so you need to be fast

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1,500 free AA miles + 1,500 free Delta + 500 Free United

What are some free and easy quick ways to earn Airline miles?

Fill out some information for a Sentry Insurance quote and you don’t have to purchase anything. It is limited only to a few states listed below. So you will be lucky to reside in one of those.

Earn 1,500* miles when you receive a no-obligation quote from Sentry Insurance on your auto or homeowners insurance.

Mileage offer is available to U.S. residents only residing in AZ*, CO, IL, IN, KS, MN, OH, TN and WI.

*500 miles in AZ & 1,000 miles in MN

To receive a quote call 1-800-373-6879 or visit

You can earn a maximum of 3,000 AA miles per year from Sentry therefore I assume we can do this twice per year.

You can do the same for Delta Airline. I wonder if you can get the miles for both airlines.

Looking at United Airline, there is a free point opportunity as well:

  • join Mypoint for 500 free United miles (not limited to any state)

Airline Warfare to Honolulu: $445 round-trip from Houston and Atlanta (DEAD)

There is a war fare between United and Delta. Yesterday Delta was running an airfare promotion from Houston (United hub) to Honolulu and right away United does the same for Atlanta (Delta hub). I believe the tickets are for round-trip

Just go to Kayak and search for either or click the link below (most dates are available)

Oh man, I haven’t seen this war fare for a long time and I know we, the customers will only gain. If you wanna go to Hawaii, book it fast and enjoy it.

I also figure out a way to buy a cheap one-way ticket to Hawaii for $160 – $240 from any US City however it might take a lot of work. Let me know if you guys want me to write about it.

$128 for 2 Round-Trip Airline Tickets to Hawaii but I don’t dare to buy it

Google offer has this supposedly awesome Hawaii offer. Here is the link directly from the merchant. Read on before you decide to buy it please !!!!

$128 for 2 Round-Trip Airline Tickets to Hawaii ($1,138 value)


  • Round-trip airline tickets for two people
  • Your flights are booked with major airline companies (Delta, American Airlines, US Air, JetBlue)
  • Departures from major U.S. and Canadian cities
  • Plan your perfect Hawaiian getaway
  • Refer to Terms for blackout dates
  • Minimum stay varies by departure city (select a Hawaii city). 7 day minimum for West coast cities
  • Must book accommodations at participating hotel or resort through One Stop Travel
  • Participating hotels are Sheraton Princess Kaiulani ($290 per night), Royal Lahaina Resort, Maui ($360 per night), Aloha Beach Resort, Kauai ($260 per night), Royal Kona Resort, Hawaii ($256 per night)

Why this is not a good deal?

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75,000 Point for Business Gold Rewards American Express

American Express rolls out this great Business Gold Rewards Credit Card again for 75,000 bonus points

Click here for the link 

This is a limited time offer so Apply by June 26th. To get the 75,000 point bonus, $10,000 must be spent on the card within the first four months. You don’t have to be a business owner to apply for this business credit card. In the Federal Tax ID section, you can enter your SSN and Amex will take you as a self-proprietor.

A lot of us will have problems with spending $10k within 4 months however there are tricks to solve the spending requirement

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Skyteam, One World, Star Alliance

My friend asked me if she doesn’t fly United that often why she should collect their miles.

The answer is very simple – Airlines form alliances  – and you can redeem American/Delta/United/US Airways miles on any of their alliance partners


There are three biggest airline alliances in the world

SKYTEAM: Delta is the only US-based airline however you can use its miles to fly Korean Airline, China Airlines and Vietnam Airlines to most of Asia. You can use Delta miles to fly Air France and KLM to Europe


One World: American Airline is the leading airline in this smallest alliance, you can use American Airline miles to fly Japan Airlines, Cathay Pacific to Asia or British Airways & Air Berlin to Europe


Star Alliance: is the biggest alliance with United and US Airways. You can use United and US Airways miles to fly Asiana, ANA, Thai, Air China, Singapore to Asia; Lufthansa, Swiss, Austrian to Europe