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Major fare sale AA, DL, UA $632 LAX to Tokyo Sep to Dec 2016 every date

Today there is a major sale for tickets priced around $632 to $650 round trip on nearly every date August 31 to December 14 from Los Angeles to Tokyo with American, Delta, United and their alliance partners. This is a low fare for Tokyo, and relatively uncommon to have such a large range of dates with so many low fares for nonstop flights to Tokyo. Looking back over my records indicates this is the most widespread fare sale for California to Tokyo I have seen in the past year.

Google Flights Fare Calendar Sep-Oct 2016

Los Angeles – Tokyo filtered for Star Alliance flights

Google Flights LAX-NRT Star Sep-Oct calendar

Google Flights Fare Calendar Nov-Dec 2016

Los Angeles – Tokyo filtered for Oneworld flights

Google Flights LAX-NRT OW Nov-Dec16

American Airlines Los Angeles LAX – Tokyo HND

$650.96 Sunday November 13 – Sunday November 27

LAX-NRT $651 AA Nov13-27

LAX-SFO-HND-SFO-LAX = 10,995 flight miles (additional 326 EQM for AA elites for SFO-LAX segments).

This ticket is LAX to SFO on AA connecting to AA codeshare flight on Japan Airlines SFO – Tokyo Haneda HND and earns 100% flight miles credit until AAvantage goes revenue based.

Singapore Airlines  Los Angeles LAX – Tokyo NRT

$635.86 (nonstop flights) Monday September 12 – Thursday Sep 22

LAX-NRT $636 SQ Sep12-22

United and ANA nonstop flights available on same date for same price. Air Canada $632 via YVR.

This is a great opportunity to pick up low priced tickets for nonstop flights LAX to Tokyo with a variety of airlines, dates and times to select for your trip.

Loyalty Traveler curated Airfare Deals and Google Flights and Kayak Explore tutorials.

Loyalty Traveler – Hotel Promotions Guide May 2016.

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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