Airfare of the Day: Delta First Class Seattle to Los Angeles (or v.v.) – USD 138

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Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Delta First Class sell-up OW non-ref fares between Seattle and Los Angeles.

Fare Details:

  • Fare: Delta VAUNH3FM SEA to LAX.
  • Route: SEA – LAX.
  • Booking class: G (First Class).
  • Price: USD 138.
  • Valid for: One way travel SEA – LAX/LAX – SEA.
  • Available during: April/May 2017.
  • Day/Time restrictions: Permitted Tuesday/Wednesday/Saturday.
  • Flight restrictions: Travel must be on DL metal.
  • Advanced reservation/ticketing restrictions: Reservations and ticketing for all sectors are required at least 14 days before departure.
  • Transfer restrictions: 2 transfers permitted in each direction at USD 20.00 each.
  • Blackout dates: Travel is not permitted 12 APR through 14 APR 2017, or on 17 APR 2017, or 25 MAY through 27 MAY 2017, or on 29 MAY 2017, or 02 JUN through 04 JUN 2017, or on 19 JUN 2017, or 22 JUN through 23 JUN 2017, or 25 JUN through 26 JUN 2017, or 29 JUN through 30 JUN 2017, or 09 JUL through 10 JUL 2017.
  • Sales restrictions: Tickets may not be sold in Nigeria/Venezuela.
  • Cancellations: Any time. Ticket is non-refundable.
  • Changes: Charge USD 200.00 for reissue/revalidation.

Booking examples:

A monthly search using Matrix Itasoftware shows limited availability for April/May.



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Fare construction rules for those interested:



Mileage Accrual

The following mileage accruals were estimated without considering any elite status bonuses.


Sometimes Delta offers these cheap First Class sell-up fares on its regional subsidiaries.  In this case, this fare is lower than Alaska Airlines, direct competitor in that market.

Fare rules

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  • Neal

    Why do you say “Sometimes Delta offers these cheap First Class sell-up fares on its regional subsidiaries”? This route is served by BOTH mainline and regional aircraft, all under the Delta Shuttle brand with the same core amenities (Gogo wifi, in-seat power, Sky Priority, pre-departure beverages, meals paired to time of day, etc.)