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The Only Three Cyber Monday Airfare Sales We Care About

November 26, 2012 at 12:09 PM | by | ()

As much as it pains us to type the words "Cyber Monday," it's true that there are enough travel deals out there to make the term stick a bit. Here's a few worth mentioning:

· Virgin America private jet to CES:
$49,000 gets you VX's #nerdbird, an A320 that'll bear a design of your choosing for one month. Oh yeah, and you'll get a roundtrip flight for 136 guests from San Francisco to Las Vegas for 2013 CES—the world's largest consumer electronics show—on that plane.

The trip will come complete with free onboard Gogo WiFi, Elevate Silver status for all guests, Elevate Gold for the purchaser +1, and all 136 CES passes and keynote tickets will be taken care of. We seriously dare you to find a private jet company that can beat this deal. They just can't, especially when it comes to the addition of the custom livery! Buy it on Gilt City. AMEX Centurion cards were practically made for moments like this.

· Crazy cheap South America flights on LAN and TAM:
Very late last night, an alert of a fluke sale hit the internet. Our pal The Points Guy has the details, but the gist is this: a little searching around Orbitz.com for late spring 2013 dates can yield roundtrips between New York/Miami/Los Angeles and Buenos Aires, Argentina or Santiago, Chile for under $390 total on TAM. We'd argue for Santiago as we've been twice in 2012 alone and it. is. awesometown.

Speaking of Santiago, LAN is offering sale fares plus an extra 10% off flights from Miami, NY and LA to South America, including destinations like Bogota, Buenos Aires, Quito, Montevideo, Mendoza, Santiago and more. This means paying only $640 to fly from Los Angeles to Lima, a route which will include LAN's brand new Boeing 787 Dreamliner from January! We checked, and the 787 is showing up in the itineraries before you even book, to be sure. This deal can be found right in LAN's special offers section, but does end today.

· Domestic deals on AirTran:
It's just a nationwide route sale from AirTran, but with flights like Boston to Orlando for $90 each way and Pittsburgh to St. Louis for $87 each way, it's worth checking out if you have upcoming must-do travel. Find the sale on their website.

[Photo: Virgin America]

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