Miles&More Bargains: Business to Toronto & Montreal for 55,000 Miles + €520 r/t (Summer Holidays)

Lufthansa Business Class Sitz A340

At Miles&More, there are several destinations with reduced mileage rates every month, called Mileage Bargains. As a rule, the long-haul flights in business class are the most interesting. This month, two long-haul destinations in Canada are being discounted: Toronto and Montreal, with round trips in Lufthansa‘s business class merely costing 55,000 miles + fees & taxes.

Flying with Swiss is possible on a handful of routes, such as from Rome to Boston for 55,000 miles + €627.

Taxes and fees vary, depending on your origin and destination. Among others, you can fly from the following countries:

  • Belgium (roughly €620)
  • Croatia (roughly €615)
  • Czech Republic (roughly CZK 15,345 (~€606))
  • Denmark (roughly DKK 5,095 (~€683))
  • Estonia (roughly €590)
  • Finland (roughly €605)
  • France (roughly €750)
  • Greece (roughly €610)
  • Hungary (roughly HUF 188,300 (~€480))
  • Italy (roughly €625)
  • Latvia (roughly €615)
  • Lithuania (roughly €605)
  • Luxembourg (roughly €715)
  • Norway (roughly NOK 7,185 (~€620))
  • Poland (roughly PLN 2,595 (~€605))
  • Portugal (roughly €685)
  • Ireland (roughly €520)
  • Spain (roughly €700)
  • Sweden (roughly SEK 7,075 (~€612))
  • UK (roughly £1,255 (~€1,468))

Many of our readers may have already experienced Lufthansa’s business class. Generally, Travel-Dealz writers and readers are not big fans of the Lufthansa business class, even though it is definitely not bad. One reason for that is that the service is too inconsistent: From extremely friendly and quick to unfriendly and slow – everything is possible with Lufthansa, even in business class.

Lufthansa Business Class Sitz A340

With SWISS, it very much depends on the specific seat, as SWISS has a throne seat in every row. While the double seats share a platform in the middle, the throne seat has its own platform on each side, which you won’t have to share with anyone. Those seats thus offer privacy and comfort to an extent that the other seats cannot compete with. Therefore, you may be disappointed if you don’t get one of the throne seats, even if the other seats obviously also have a very high standard.

swiss business class a340

Search & Book

The flight date must be between July 15 and August 31. These mileage bargains expire on April 30, 2024, however, the flights will most definitely be sold out before then. Book the flights on Miles&More’s website.

You can use our search form to try out some dates that may suit you. However, don’t be surprised if you need to try more than once, as the availability is fine, but far from daily.

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Comments (4)

  1. Nicolas B says:


    The following rules apply for the rebooking of tickets which are bought from 02.08.2021:

    All Miles & More award tickets can be rebooked as often as you wish before start of travel.
    Flex and Flex Plus award tickets can be rebooked free of charge
    Reduced Fly & Save offers (Mileage Bargains, Fly Smart awards, Early Bird awards) can be rebooked against a reduced change fee of 25€ (per ticket, per person)

    The following rule applies for rebooking of cancelled or existing flights whose tickets were bought between 01.09.2020 and 01.08.2021: you can rebook your Miles &More award ticket free of charge as often as you wish before start of travel. All Lufthansa Group and Miles & More Partner Airlines can be used.

    Seems like it’s over since 01.08.21, no?

    • Nicolas B says:

      Sorry I misread it 🙁
      You are right. Purchased tickets from 02.08.21…

      I’d have booked it for south korea FRA-ICN but not my 1st choice business.
      From BRU for 15xx with lounge wide available.
      Hope they’ll go down with the prices… hopefully when the borders officially reopen.
      Let’s stay alert everyone ^^

  2. GDL says:

    Hi. You say the flights can be rebooked but in the T&Cs it clearly says “Reduced flight awards cannot be rebooked or cancelled. Please note the Miles & More Terms and conditions.”. Is there a special dispensation related to Covid?

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