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$50 credit for joining Korean SkyPass until June 15

by on Tue May 24, 2016 • No Comment
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Korean SkyPass is a great frequent flier program that also happens to be a transfer partner of Chase Ultimate Rewards.

It’s pretty generous about releasing award seats to and from the U.S., especially in coveted Business and First Class cabins. And its prices in miles are pretty reasonable.

Now, it’s offering a special deal when you open up a SkyPass frequent flier account (which is always free).

You get a $50 coupon off your next Korean Airlines flight when you open a new account before June 15.

There are some gotchas though…

  • The coupon is only valid for 15 days from the date you open your account, so you have to be ready to book your travel in a couple of weeks.
  • You can fly anytime between now and December 31, 2016.
  • You can use it for any round-trip Economy Class flight on Korean Airlines from the U.S. to Asia –  except the very cheapest and rarely available ‘G’ fares. Business and First Class fares aren’t allowed either.

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If you’re looking to fly to Asia this year, and Korean has a good price, sign up and grab the $50 while you can. The longest you can extend this would be to wait until June 15 to register, which gives you until June 30 to book your flight.

And if you’re a family, each of you can register for accounts and save $50 per person.

 

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