Turkish Airlines Miles&Smiles Award Discount (Select Cities) November 15 – December 15, 2014

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Turkish Airlines has launched new “Let The World Rotate, You Shift Seasons” award discount between select cities for travel between November 15 – December 15, 2014.

Turkish Airlines Miles&Smiles Award Discount November 15 December 15 2014

The offer that doesn’t disclose the actual discount is valid for ticket issued using Miles&Smiles miles after November 12.

You can access this offer on Turkish website here.

Noe that you are allowed one stopover + one jaw. This means that you can have a stopover in Turkey and you can return to/return from to a different city.

Here are the eligible cities:

All Domestic Cities

Europe 1: Athens, Batum, Belgrad, Budapest, Bucharest, Constanta, Lviv, Odessa, Podgoriica, Priistiina, Sarajevo, Thessaloniki, Tiran, Skopje, Varna.

Europe 2: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Basle , Berlin , Bilbao, Bologna, Bordeaux, Bremen, Brussels, Catania, Cologne, Copenhagen, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Friedrichshafen, Ganja, Geneva, Genoa, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Hanover, Helsinki, Kazan, Leipzig, Lisbon, Luxembourg, Lyon, Madrid, Malaga, Malta, Marseille, Milano, Munich, Munster, Nakhichevan, Naples, Nice, Nurnberg, Oslo, Paris, Pisa, Prague, Riga, Rome, Rotterdam, Salzburg, Santiago De Compostela, Sochi, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Toulouse, Turin, Ufa, Valencia, Venice, Vienna, Warsaw, Zurich.

Middle/North Africa: Accra, Dar Es Salaam, Entebbe, Hurghada, Kinshasa, Lagos, Mombasa, Nairobi, Sharm El-Sheikh.

Middle Asia: Islamabad, Biishkek, Karachi, Lahore.

Middle East: Aqaba, Doha, Esfahan, Mashhad, Mazar-I Sharif, Shiraz.

Far East: Osaka, Seoul, Tokyo.

North America: Chicago, Houston, Los angeles, New York, Toronto, Washington.


Based on the previous discount miles campaigns that Turkish Airlines has run, I would expect the awards to be available for 25% less miles than what is required by the award chart. Could work for those that are looking for last minute award travel before Christmas.

Here are the terms and conditions of this offer:

  • Promotion will include the award tickets which are issued as of 12 november 2014 stp.
  • Promotional award tickets shall  be issued for travels  between 15 november 2014– 15 december 2014 and travel must be completed between these dates  stp
  • The validity of the award tickets will be restricted by 15 december 2014 stp.
  • This promotion is valid for all miles&smiles award tickets, companion tickets and upgrades.
  • The promotion is valid for all turkish airlines capacity controlled and seat guaranteed all economy and business reservation classes.
  • Furthermore  promotion is valid for comfort class on applicable destinations.
  • The related promotion will be applied only for turkish airlines scheduled flights and  anadolujet flights stp promotion is  not permitted on codeshare flights (tk8000)  and for the award tickets issued for the star alliance member airline flights.
  • Promotion will be applied for all flights from/to turkey and from/to abroad on the routes stated.
  • The routes within different award regions cannot be combined.
  • Return flight can be done from different cities in condition within the same award region.
  • All rebooking and reroutings can be applied within the same route, class and season until 15 december 2014 no changes is permitted for travels after 15 december 2014. Mileage refund can be done within 1 year after the ticket issuance date. Any mileage refunds, rebookings and re-routings are subject to penalty.
  • One open jaw and  one stopover is permitted either on the outbound or on the return segment.
  • Tickets can not be issued open.
  • The general conditions applied in miles&smiles award tickets are also applicable for award tickets issued in this campaign.
  • Taxes must be paid while ticketing.

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