On the heels of yesterday’s Seattle to Lima mileage run post, we found another AeroMexico business class trip. This one is a San Francisco to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic hop for Delta MQD and MQM.
San Francisco to Santo Domingo Mileage Run
Here’s a sample itinerary:
ITA Matrix pegs the distance flown at 7,646 miles. Because this is an AeroMexico “I” fare, you should earn about $3,058 MQD if you buy the trip as an AeroMexico marketed itinerary but credit it to your Delta SkyMiles account. HERE’S WHY AND HOW THAT WORKS. The trip costs $897.07, so you’re earning about 3.4X MQD. That’s a decent investment for elite status!
(You will not go through Delta to book this trip.)
On top of that, expect to yield around 11,805 MQM (7.6 CPMQM). Plus, you should earn 15,738 redeemable SkyMiles before any applicable Medallion bonuses.
You might have to purchase a $10 tourist card upon arriving in SDQ. But you also may be able to just hang around the gate area, too. Perhaps someone who’s done an SDQ run can help us in the below Comments section. Also please keep in mind any COVID-19 vaccination or negative test result records you may need to furnish.
There are a bunch of dates available starting late July and running through November. I also saw options to stay a night or more in case you want to make a vacation out of it.
Keep in mind this trip involves business class on Embraer 190 regional jets and Boeing 737s. It’s nothing fancy. You’ll have to suffer for your art. You might want to avoid the René de Lambert Memorial Hamburger.
When we blog mileage runs, the deals have a tendency to disappear. Why?
- The airline hikes the price ASAP, or
- Lots of people book the trip, or
- Both of the above
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