How to Fly Business Class at Economy Prices (In 4 Easy Steps!)

How to fly business class for cheap

Flying business class doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, what if I told you that you can fly in business class to any destination for the same price as an economy ticket? That’s right! Keep reading to learn how you can fly in business class for cheap.

How to Fly Business Class for Cheap
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Step 1: Sign up for an account at All Nippon Airways (ANA).

Step 2: Get points (<– use my hack!) on any Amex membership reward points credit card. The quickest way to earn points through American Express is by signing up for the Amex Platinum (100k points) and the Amex Gold (75k points) cards.

Step 3: Transfer your points to your ANA account from AmericanExpress.com

Step 4: After 24-48 hours, you can search for destinations through ANA Award Booking on the ANA website and book your trip!

I used this method to book round-trip flights from Los Angeles to Bangkok, Thailand for 136k points and $200.00 USD tax (after getting an e-mail promo from Amex with a 150k point offer.) ANA and their partner airlines fly to most destinations and the amount of points and tax it will cost you to travel will vary depending on the destination and airline. Most flights are between 70k-150k points, and tax can vary between $100-$600 USD. All flights must be booked round-trip.

Now that you’re flying business, you’ll never want to fly economy again! What trip are you going to book using this method?

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