Miles&More Bargains: Long-Haul Economy without Fees for 30,000 Miles + €65 r/t, with Luggage (also Possible from US)

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Like every month, Miles&More has published its mileage bargains. Usually, business class flights are the highlight of these deals, but the economy class is the star this month. Something that basically never happens: Miles&More is not charging the (sometimes outrageous) fuel surcharge. Add that to the fact that the required number of miles has been cut in half, and you’ve got a fascinating deal on your hands.

You can fly from almost anywhere in Europe to various destinations in the USA, the Middle East, and Angola. You can also fly from the USA to Europe. All prices are for round trips, including 23 kg of luggage. The flights have to take place between September 15 and October 31.


These award tickets are non-refundable and cannot be modified. If you cancel, you can get the paid amount (i.e. taxes) back, but the miles are gone for good.


From Europe, most flights are operated by Lufthansa. From the USA, however, most flights are operated by SWISS. Both offer the exact same service and conditions, though.

From Europe:

Übersicht der Ziele auf einer Karte

From the USA:

You’ll have the highest chances of finding a flight from New York, Boston, Miami, Chicago, Los Angeles, or San Francisco. From other airports, availability is almost non-existent.

The amount of money depends on the exact route, as every airport charges different fees.

Search & Book

This deal expires on June 30, 2023 and is valid for flights between September 15 and October 31. You can use our search form to be redirected to Miles&More’s booking site. Be aware, that these flights are not available on any given day, so you may have to try a couple of different dates until you find these bargains.

Cover Picture: © Deutsche Lufthansa AG

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