Washington DC to Manila $602 R/T or 40K Chase Ultimate Rewards via ANA

What’s the deal?


Fly from Washington DC to Manila $601 R/T or 40K Chase Ultimate Rewards via ANA, ranked #3 in the world’s best airlines. Valid dates appear by choosing late August dates into September.


  • Check Google Flights
  • Fly from IAD Washington Dulles to Manila, Philippines MNL
  • Choose dates available between end of August, returning in September
    • Dates in Green are the ones with low fares
  • Airfare at $601 roundtrip
  • Or use as low as 40,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards (using your Chase Sapphire Reserve points). Using your points with your Chase Sapphire Preferred will require slightly more.
  • You can book via Chase Portal or call Chase directly
  • Rates are subject to change without notice


Sample fare


IAD to MNL round trip $603 round trip or use 40K Chase Ultimate Rewards


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How do I fly using Chase Ultimate Rewards

You have an option to begin flying for nearly free, but you will need miles and points. There was always one card that stood out, perfect for a lot of those who are getting into the game.

The Chase Sapphire Preferred (click here) is a perfect starter card. With its 50,000 bonus points, those points alone have gotten us two tickets to Hawaii, just as an example. The sign up bonus alone can be worth as much as $1,000 or more in travel.

– 50,000 Ultimate Rewards sign up bonus after $4,000 in spend in the first three months
– Points are transferable to:

  • Hotel Partners
    • Hyatt
    • Marriott
    • IHG
    • Ritz-Carlton
  • Airline travel partners
    • JetBlue
    • United Airlines
    • British Airways
    • Southwest Airlines
    • Singapore Airlines
    • Flying Blue
    • Virgin Atlantic
    • Aer Lingus
    • Iberia

– Points are worth 1.25 cents each when redeemed through the Ultimate Rewards travel portal
– Primary rental car collision damage waiver
– Earn 2X points on all travel and dining
– $95 annual fee (waived first year)

If I were just starting out in earning miles and points, I suggest starting out with this card,  the Chase Sapphire Preferred. We have two upcoming trips in 2019 and we’re very excited.

I wrote different entries on How We Travel for Nearly Free, and most recently, I updated my favorite travel credit cards. I’ve also written this recently:

To apply for my favorite Top Travel credit cards that I use most, click here

Lastly, here are the Reader Success Tales that I featured on my site.


H/T The Flight Deal

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