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[Expired] [Award Alert] East Coast to Aruba in Business From 20K Miles One-Way

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If you’re looking to get away somewhere warm next winter, you’ll want to pay attention to this award alert. We’ve found wide-open availability in business class from various East Coast cities to Aruba for winter and early spring travel.

Here are the details of this exciting award alert.

Award Alert — Details

Aruba experiences warm and dry weather during the winter season, with temperatures similar to those in the summer but with lower humidity levels. It’s the peak season for tourists, but the weather is perfect for enjoying a variety of outdoor activities such as water sports, beach relaxation, and exploring the island’s natural and cultural attractions.

Now, our team has found excellent business class award availability for next winter and spring to get to Aruba in style.

  • Class: Business
  • Route: New York (JFK), Newark (EWR), Miami (MIA), Boston (BOS) to Aruba (AUA)
  • Airline: American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines
  • Cost: As few as 20,000 points (business class) and $15 in taxes & fees
  • Travel Dates: December through March 2025
  • Award Seats: Up to 9 passengers per route

With up to 9 seats per flight, this presents an amazing opportunity to travel to Aruba in business class and bring the entire family along.

How To Book

One nice aspect of this award deal is the flexibility to choose from a variety of airlines, such as American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, or United Airlines.

If you have some American Airlines AAdvantage miles sitting around, we’re seeing a bunch of dates available from Miami (MIA) to Aruba, with up to 9 award seats available per flight for only 20,000 miles in business class!

AA Screenshot MIA AUA Business Class
Image Credit: American Airlines

So, if you need more American Airlines miles, you can transfer points from Marriott Bonvoy (3:1 ratio) or consider applying for an American Airlines co-branded credit card.

Maybe you have Delta SkyMiles to spare and want to ring in 2025 in the sun. Well, you can enjoy the 4+ hour journey in the front of the plane from Boston (BOS) to Aruba, with rates starting at 39,000 miles.

Delta business class BOS AUA
Image Credit: Delta Air Lines

If your balance of SkyMiles is low, you have the ability to top off your account since Delta is an American Express transfer partner at a 1:1 ratio.

You can also redeem United miles for a flight in business class from Newark (EWR) to Aruba for as few as 44,300 miles + $15.00 in taxes.

United Award Business AUA screenshot
Image Credit: United Airlines

In addition to being one of the most well-known Chase transfer partners for U.S. flyers, United MileagePlus miles are valuable for flights to Aruba and allow you to book award travel on fellow Star Alliance airlines with low taxes and fees.

Hot Tip:

Are you curious about other ways you can use points and miles to travel to the Caribbean? Here is our in-depth guide on the Best Ways To Fly to the Caribbean With Points and Miles!

Final Thoughts

The ability to redeem as few as 20,000 miles for a one-way business class ticket to Aruba during the winter months is a deal worth reporting on.

Once you’ve booked your flights, take a look at our in-depth guide on the best Aruba hotels and resorts you can book using points!

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Juan has extensive experience in writing and editing content related to credit cards, loyalty programs, and travel. He has been honing his expertise in this field for over a decade. His work has been featured in various prestigious publications, such as USA Today, CNN Underscored, Forbes and The Points Guy. Juan is the visionary behind JetBetter, a premier award booking concierge service.

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