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Loads of Delta award space to Hawaii for 25k Chase points roundtrip

by on Thu October 13, 2016 • No Comment

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If you’re planning to take the family to Hawaii, and have some Chase points, now is a great time to book and lock in tickets for just 25,000 points roundtrip.

Korean Skypass, which is a transfer partner with Chase Ultimate Rewards, has a 25,000 point roundtrip award for flights to Hawaii on Delta Air Lines, its SkyTeam partner.

And right now there is wide open space on Delta flights to Hawaii for a Winter getaway, with enough award space for a whole family on many flights.

While you can’t book with Korean miles on (you need to call Korean on 1-800-438-5000 to book), flights to Hawaii that price at 22,500 points one way / 45,000 points roundtrip on the Delta site are available for booking with Korean miles for just 25,000 points roundtrip.

Here’s space from New York to Maui in February for 4 people per flight.

Dates in orange are available for booking with Korean Skypass miles.


Flying from Atlanta in April looks good…


And so does Washington, D.C. in March


Most flights have an easy connection in Los Angeles


With fares on many days running $800 or more roundtrip, getting the flights for 25,000 miles all-in is a great deal, netting you over 3 cents per point in value.


Korean is really generous about letting you put awards on hold, so you can call them on 1-800-438-5000 to verify space is available on flights you want, and put the award on hold.

Then, you can safely transfer your points from Chase to Korean and make your booking. If you’re trying to book for family, you’ll have to go through a special registration process, but it’s not a lot to ask for such a great price to Hawaii.



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