American – $632: Los Angeles – Beijing, China. Roundtrip, including all Taxes

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A good sale to Beijing– if you can make it work, this is a good fare especially for American flyers who needs miles to re-qualify for elite status.

For most flyers, this involves significant backtracking and probably not the most ideal of itineraries.

Update 9/23/2013 – 4:55PM Eastern – price drop, $632. Same restrictive travel dates.

Forbidden City. Photo: Ray Devlin, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Forbidden City. Photo: Ray Devlin, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Sample Travel Date:

  • October 24th – 31st

Fare Availability:

  • Valid for travel from the United States on September 21st – 29th or October 21st or October 28th or January 7th, 2014 – January 20th. Valid return to the United States are October 7th – October 20th or October 31st – November 8th or December 1st – December 31st or February 17th, 2014 – March 2nd, 2014. The best dates for those who needs miles and want a short trip is October 28th – October 31st.
  • Must purchase by September 25th

How to Search for Availability:

Routing:

  • LAX – ORD (Chicago) – PEK (Beijing) – ORD – LAX

Stopover:

Mileage:

  • 16,632 miles or 4.1 cents per mile.

How to Buy:

  • Support us by using our  Orbitz link to book with dates found on ITA Software Matrix Airfare Search. Make sure you select “Additional Search Options” and then “Narrow the search to my preferred airlines” and select American.
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Old price

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New price!

 

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6 Responses to "American – $632: Los Angeles – Beijing, China. Roundtrip, including all Taxes"

  1. Miah says:

    Looks Like nothing in JAN on this deal

    • TFD says:

      @Miah – Per the post, it valid for departure from January 7th – 20th, 2014. However, there are NO January returns. The earliest return in 2014 is February 17th – March 2nd. So essentially, you need to stay a minimum of over 27 days for this fare to show up in 2014.

  2. Brandon says:

    You are saying that backtracking (which I assume means the indirect route through Chicago) is an inconvenience. If anything, the routing through Chicago is a benefit because it makes it possible to earn more miles.

    • TFD says:

      @Brandon – for mileage running purposes, it is awesome. But would say that most of our readers are not mileage runners.

      • Chris says:

        @TFD Never would have guessed. I thought it was only the crazies that used you guys. 🙂 I’m not sure if I’m glad you have a broader marker, or sad that I’m not your target demographic… both I think.

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