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  1. Don Shteyn

    I have about 400,000 points between my American Express and Chase inc. looking to get 4 business class tickets to Europe and anytime I am trying to get something with Delta and affiliates or Air Canada and their affiliations, they either don’t have reward seats available or 250,000 per ticket. What am I doing wrong? I read your post that you can fly ANA first class to Japan for 95k. Apparently I don’t know why I am doing. Please help!!!

  2. David W

    For Chase, check this guide: [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/best-ways-to-use-chase-ultimate-rewards-europe/[/URL]

    For Amex, check this guide: [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/best-ways-to-use-amex-membership-rewards-points-to-fly-to-europe-2018/[/URL]

  3. Anonymous

    Hi [USER=4609]@Don Shteyn[/USER], and welcome!

    A few more details will help us give you a better answer. Where do you live, and where are you trying to go? If you don’t live in an international gateway city, the airline websites are probably not going to be super helpful or accurate in figuring out what your options are.

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