If you want to spend a night in Honolulu, get there the long way, and earn a bunch of MQM in the process, check out this Delta mileage run from Chicago to Honolulu!
Chicago to Honolulu Delta Mileage Run
We found a Delta mileage-status run from Chicago to Honolulu — and you even have a night to stay and enjoy Hawaii! This could be especially advantageous if you need to burn an expiring free night certificate from a hotel credit card.
This particular itinerary travels from Chicago O’Hare (ORD) to Detroit (DTW) to Seattle (SEA) and then finally on to Honolulu (HNL). Then you stay overnight.
You have the next morning to experience more of Honolulu before your return trip to the Windy City. That trip departs for New York-Kennedy (JFK) at 5:45 PM and arrives the following at 8:37 AM. You’re back at ORD just before 2:00 PM.
There are a few dates available. The one we found for the best price departs on Tuesday, December 12. The return departs HNL on Wednesday, December 13, with an ultimate touchdown at ORD on Thursday, December 14.
There’s also some Sky Club appreciation time built in to each stop 🙂 .
We found a fare for just under $545. It yields 10,827 MQM and $456 MQD. That prices out to about 5 cents per MQM.
It is a Main Cabin run. But Diamond and Platinum Medallions can apply Upgrade Certificates and hope for something a little more comfortable.
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