Alitalia: New York – Madrid, Spain. About $284 (Now $448). Roundtrip, including all Taxes

With today’s Alitalia Japan 25,000 YEN or ~$320 USD off coupon code, the Madrid deal we posted yesterday can be had as low as $284!! Europe for under $300 has not been around for a while!

Please read the Alitalia Japan 25,000 Yen coupon post on booking instructions.

[Update 10/21/2012 @ 1:00AM Eastern – code is likely dead]

[Update 10/21/2012 @ 2:00AM Eastern – 25% coupon still seems to work, with 25% off, the fare will be $448]

Madrid Photo: Chris Yunker, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0

Sample Date:

  • January 24th – 31st, 2013. Valid for travel from January 21st, 2013 – February 28th, 2013. Use ITA Software Matrix Airfare Search and flexible month search to see availability, enable advanced routing codes and enter “az+” on both outbound and return fields to search only for Alitalia availability. Must purchase by October 26th.


  • JFK – FCO (Rome) – MAD (Madrid) – FCO – JFK


  • 10,213 miles or 5.8 cents per mile. Alitalia is a member of the SkyTeam alliance and partners with Delta. This fare will earn 100% mileage with Delta’s SkyMiles program — provide the checkin staff with your Delta SkyMiles number to receive full credit.

22,540 YEN or about $284 at today’s exchange rate.


  • Book by October 26th (This promotion can be pulled anytime, so hurry!)
  • Promo code: PROMOJP
  • Book on Japan site directly and enter the promo code at the E-Coupon field at checkout.

Some caveats:

  • Alitalia might not honor these fares
  • We do not know consumer protection laws in Europe or Japan. So we do not know whether or not regulators in those jurisdictions will force Alitalia to honor the itineraries. It is best to not make too many firm plans. Wait a week or two before making non-refundable hotel etc reservations.

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5 Responses to "Alitalia: New York – Madrid, Spain. About $284 (Now $448). Roundtrip, including all Taxes"

  1. Hugo says:

    I keep getting an error message when trying to book it thru japanese websiten 🙁

  2. Cassie says:

    I bought 2 roundtrip tickets for JFK > MAD last night through the Japanese website and got a confirmation email approving my purchase. This morning I got an email from Alitalia saying they’ve cancelled my tickets and refunded my money. Anyone else in that same situation?

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