Airfare Deal – United: Philadelphia – San Diego / Sacramento / Seattle / Portland / Las Vegas (and vice versa) $151. Roundtrip, including all Taxes

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United is at it again with great fares from Philadelphia Railway Station. After December, the prices goes up by about $10!

Photo: Port of San Diego, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Photo: Port of San Diego, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

[Update 5/23/2013 4:30PM Eastern – In trying to get this out as quickly as possible, we put Las Vegas as part of the sale. There is a sale for Las Vegas travel for May/June travel, but not from mid-August – March, 2014. Apologies]

Sample Travel Date:

  • Sample to San Diego
  • September 6th – 9th

Fare Availability:

Routing:

  • ZFV – EWR (Newark) – PDX (Portland) – EWR – ZFV. (Also from PHL – Philadelphia Airport for a slightly higher price)
  • ZFV is the the airport code for Philadelphia 30th Street Amtrak Station. The ZFV – EWR // EWR – ZFV segment is operated by Amtrak.
  • A few things to remember about fares from ZFV from our reader Sean
    • You do NOT earn Premier Qualifying mileage on the ZFV-EWR and EWR-ZFV segments
    • You do earn 250 Redeemable miles, but do NOT earn status bonuses.
    • You do have to take the train to start the reservation (not necessarily from ZFV — Metropark will work as long as your ticket is scanned). (YMMV)
    • In the case of a schedule change, you may be able to drop the ZFV-EWR segment. (YMMV)
    • You can only print out your Amtrak boarding pass the day the train departs from the departing terminal kiosk or ticket desk.
  • United travel vouchers cannot be combined or used with fares from ZFV.
  • Baggage will not be automatically be transferred from Amtrak to United and vice versa should you check your luggage. You must re-check your luggage with either United or Amtrak.

Mileage:

  • 4,996 miles or 3.0 cents per mile

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How to Book:

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5 Responses to "Airfare Deal – United: Philadelphia – San Diego / Sacramento / Seattle / Portland / Las Vegas (and vice versa) $151. Roundtrip, including all Taxes"

  1. Uri says:

    Are you sure about the Metropark? I am in NYC and I would like to avoid going to Philly, is it possible to just skip going there and scan it somewhere else? Even in Penn Station??

    • Ray says:

      Penn station is the opposite direction so you can’t get from “Philly” to Newark.

  2. Dizzy says:

    Thanks so much for the heads up! I was able to book from LAX for $188 one-way (prices have gone up in the couple hours since you posted). I’ll take it since I need to get to downtown Philly anyway, can make the connection easier from LA, and will be heading to Montreal after.

  3. Trav says:

    I’m trying to book this now and not seeing anything less than $349. Am I missing something or is this deal dead?

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