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Through May 10, 2017 at 11:59 PM ET, you can book roundtrips in Delta economy…

  • to Florida for as little as 20k miles
  • to the Caribbean for as little as 25k miles

…for travel September 25 through November 14.Travel can originate in the contiguous 48 states or Alaska.

Technically the advertisement says as little as 20k miles roundtrip to Florida OR the Caribbean, but my initial scans only showed 25k roundtrips to the Caribbean.

This is a pretty good price to Florida, although the discount to the Caribbean is better. Not to mention–what would you really be saving your SkyPesos for anyways? I think these Delta Flash Sales are some of the best uses of SkyMiles if the condition for dates of travel lines up with your plans.

From Scott's trip to Cuba
From Scott’s trip to Cuba

If you’re considering a trip down to Southern Florida or the Caribbean, I’d opt to book in November to put yourself at the far end of Hurricane season (not a coincidence with the timing of the sale, I’m sure).

The Discount

The standard price to Florida depends on how long the flight is, but it’s generally 25,000 Delta miles roundtrip. The standard price to the Caribbean is 35,000 Delta miles roundtrip. Delta doesn’t publish an award chart but you can check out the latest prices in Scott’s chart comparing current United, American, and Delta award prices.

25k miles roundtrip to the Caribbean in Delta economy is almost a 30% discount off of the usual 35k price. That’s pretty decent. You’d pay 35k United miles or, at the least, 25k American Airlines miles flying American during their Off Peak dates. My searches yielded plenty of 25k roundtrips to various Caribbean destinations.

20k miles roundtrip to Florida is a 20% discount off the typical 25k roundtrip price.

Potential Destinations

  • Antigua
  • Bermuda
  • Bonaire
  • Florida
  • Freeport
  • Grand Cayman
  • Havana
  • Marsh Harbour
  • Nassau
  • North Eleuthera
  • Saint Maarten

Here’s the award space calendar for two travelers on a four day trip between Seattle and Miami…

And here’s the award space calendar for two travelers on a week long trip between Atlanta and Havana…

As long as there’s award space at the lowest level from your hometown, you can add a connection with affecting the sale price. For example, here’s the award space calendar for similar dates as the calendar to Havana above but for Louisville, Kentucky to Havana (two travelers, week long trip)…

Bottom Line

For today and tomorrow (through 11:59 PM ET May 10) you can book Delta economy awards to the Caribbean with 30% discount and to Florida with a 20% discount. Your travel dates must be between September 26 and November 14, 2017. That’s a particularly good price to the Caribbean.

If anyone sees 20k roundtrip prices to the Caribbean, let us know in the comments!

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