Posted by William Charles on March 13, 2018
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Published on March 13th, 2018 | by William Charles


[Expired] Delta Flash Sale: Round Trip To South America From 36,000 Miles

This deal has expired and is unfortunately no longer available. Never miss another deal again by signing up for free and instant notifications of new posts.

The Offer

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The Fine Print

  • Sale Award Tickets to select destinations between the contiguous 48 United States and South America (Bogotá, Colombia; Quito, Ecuador (UIO); Lima, Peru (LIM); Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (GIG); São Paulo, Brazil (GRU); Buenos Aires, Argentina (EZE); Cartagena, Colombia (CTG) and Santiago, Chile (SCL)). Award levels shown are round-trip, round-trip purchase required
  • Tickets | Tickets must be purchased no later than March 14, 2018 at
  • Travel Period | Travel may begin on or after August 15, 2018 and all travel must be completed by October 31, 2018.
  • Minimum Stay | Saturday Stay Required

Our Verdict

It’s a bit of a strange time to visit South America, but any chance is a good chance in my opinion. Delta is quite weird in that they don’t publish an award chart, but they still have these award sales. These sales are cheaper than the lowest they ever price awards though, so that’s why we post these deals. Normally these flights would be 22,500 – 30,000 miles one way, so this is actually a significant savings.

Hat tip to Loyalty Lobby

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“It’s a bit of a strange time to visit South America”

What do we busy people need to be aware of?


Strange for northern residents maybe, but this is the tail end of summer & travel season in the southern hemisphere, so a great time to catch good weather and still avoid peak crowds.


The period of travel (August to October) is late winter and early spring in Argentina, Chile, and southern Brazil. For Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia the time of year shouldn’t make much difference.

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