American / United – $480: New York / Newark – Sao Paulo, Brazil. Roundtrip, including all Taxes

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A good sale for nonstop service to Sao Paulo

The wait time for a Brazilian Visa at the moment is very long at the New York Consulate. So be mindful of it.

Jardins da Independencia, Sao Paulo, Brazil - Photo: Photo: Igor Pereira via Flickr, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Jardins da Independencia, Sao Paulo, Brazil – Photo: Photo: Igor Pereira via Flickr, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Sample Travel Date:

  • Sample with American
  • February 22nd – 29th, 2016

Fare Availability:

  • Valid for travel from late January, 2016 – early June, 2016. Must purchase at least 3 days in advance of departure
  • Please note that while this fare is valid at time of posting, if this post is more than two days old, the fare is likely gone.

How to Search for Availability:

You cannot buy tickets using ITA. To buy, follow our instructions in the “How to Book” section below.

Fare Class:

  • American: Q
  • United: N

Elite Qualifying Dollars:

  • $380

Routing:

  • JFK – GRU (Sao Paulo) – JFK. United is out of Newark. Use NYC on the From: field to search for both JFK and Newark on Priceline

Stopover:

Global Premier Upgrade Fare (for United 1K and GS members):

  • W Class
  • $1,682

Mileage:

  • Miles Flown: 9,516 miles or 5.0 cents per mile
  • Elite Qualifying Miles: 9,516 miles
  • Base Redeemable Miles: 9,516 miles

How to Book:

  • Support us by using our Priceline link to book with dates found on ITA Software Matrix Airfare Search. Make sure you enter  “American” or “United” on the Airline textbox under the Advanced Options section of the form.

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Background Information:

  • Visa: US Citizens – Required prior to arrival – $160 – $180. Other nationals, check the TIMATIC Visa Database
  • Currency: Brazilian Real (BRL) $1USD = 3.74 BRL

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2 Responses to "American / United – $480: New York / Newark – Sao Paulo, Brazil. Roundtrip, including all Taxes"

  1. Gerald says:

    I wonder how much more American $$$ from tourism Brazil could be reaping in if they weren’t so emotional with their reciprocity policy. Brazil rarely ever has to worry about Americans trying to illegal stay there (And if they do I doubt they’re really a financial burden to the country), whereas Americans have to worry about nearly the entire world (nearly). So proudly putting that stupid policy in place is just limiting them from taking our money. And according to several studies, Americans travel the most (at least #2). But when you impose this disincentive, many will think “eh I rather not go through all that BS, I rather put the time and money into countries XYZ instead”.

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    • Octavio says:

      It’s reciprocity, US does the same with brazilians, the main reason why Brazil requires a visa for americans is that USA requires to brazilians a $160 dollars visa, Argentina does the same, Chile until the incorporation to VWP did the same. Argentina, has an advantage on that, and it is that you pay the $160 “reciprocity fee” online, you just have to print the confirmation that you are elegible for travelling and nothing else and it lasts 10 years

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