Feb252019

JFK to Amsterdam $320rt with TAP Miles&Go 200 free miles

Tap Portugal has been offering some of the best low fare deals to Europe for the past three months. New York JFK to Amsterdam for $344 round trip is one of these deals. Travel departure dates from March to June 2019.

200 miles in TAP Miles&Go reduces the round trip ticket price by $24 with a discount promotion offer for ticket purchases by February 28.

Book your trip with Miles&Go Promo and get double discount from Brazil* to some European destinations** and vice-versa

Until February 28th you can redeem 200 miles to get US$12, US$36 or US$48 off the price of your air ticket. The discount increases with your miles balance and can get as high as US$ 185.

*Brazilian destinations: Belém, Brasília, Belo Horizonte, Fortaleza, Rio de Janeiro (GIG), São Paulo (GRU), Natal, Porto Alegre, Recife and Salvador.
** Portugal, France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, United Kingdom, Spain, The Netherlands, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Luxembourg.

TAP Portugal Promo

Earning 200 TAP Miles&Go miles for free is as simple as signing up for a TAP Miles&Go account.

TAP Miles&Go enrollment earns 200 miles welcome bonus.

TAP Portugal allows a free stopover in Lisbon or Porto or you can find many itineraries from USA with near 24 hours transit layover.

TAP Portugal  New York JFK – Lisbon LIS (22h 10m layover) – Amsterdam AMS – Lisbon LIS (19 hr 25m layover) – JFK

$320.34 round trip  Sat May 11 – Sun May 19 (arrive New York Mon May 20)

This fare can be upgraded to Basic Economy for an additional $35 each way with one free checked bag and 50% TAP Portugal miles.

Signing up for TAP Miles&Go earns 200 frequent flyer miles. You can get a $24 discount on your first TAP ticket to Europe with 200 miles.

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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