Deal Of The Week - Thailand $768.00 CAD!

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Deal Of The Week - Thailand $768.00 CAD!

Ottawa to Vietnam, and then back home from Thailand - $768 CAD roundtrip including taxes

These flights are with United Airlines, so please take advantage of the Aeroplan points redemption you can get from these flights! After you read this, head to the link below to find out how many points you can get and how easy it is to get them. I'm trying to help you, so please read the other article, you will get a FREE flight to NYC out of it!
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There's an interesting multi-city deal, where you can fly from Ottawa to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and then fly home from Bangkok, Thailand - for just $768 CAD roundtrip including taxes!!!

This can be a great deal for someone looking to explore Southeast Asia. You still need to find your way between Vietnam and Thailand.

A flight between the two countries generally costs between $65 and $100 CAD. Thai Air Asia and VietJet Air are two of the low cost airlines that fly between Vietnam and Thailand.

Note that the low cost carriers may sometimes use Bangkok's DMK airport, instead of BKK.

Availability for travel

March and April 2016

How to find and book this deal

1. Go to 

2. Click on 'Multiple City'

3. Click on 'Remove Segment' (near the bottom)

4. For the first segment, enter Ottawa to Ho Chi Minh City (SGN)

5. For the second segment, enter Bangkok, Thailand (BKK) to Ottawa

It should look like this:

6. As for the dates to use, try one of the following combinations:
March 21 to April 11
March 23 to April 16 or 23
March 30 to April 13 or 20
April 6 to April 20 or 27
April 12 to April 26 or May 3
April 19 to May 9 or 16
April 26 to May 11 or 18
You can also try mixing and matching the departure & return dates from the list above, for longer trips.
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Note that FlightHub will show you a large variety of different flight options. The first option shown at the top isn't always the best, and there can be a better flight for just $4 more. I would focus on the flights from ANA over the flights from United when possible.

Also watch out for the fact that some of the flight options require an airport change in New York.

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