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Daily Deal: Fly to Chile or Argentina, score $27 domestic flight

March 29, 2013|By Mary Forgione | Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
  • Iguazu Falls, with Argentina and Brazil on opposite sides of the cascades, are taller and wider than the famous Niagara Falls.
Iguazu Falls, with Argentina and Brazil on opposite sides of the cascades,… (Scott Kraft / Los Angeles…)

Travelers who buy a ticket to Argentina, Chile or Colombia on Chilean carrier LAN Airlines have an opportunity to add on a domestic flight for $27 or less, but only until Monday. It's a cheap way to get to Patagonia's glaciers or the incomparable Iguazu Falls on the Argentina-Brazil border.

The deal: The offer is part of a wider airfare sale by LAN and affiliate TAM Airlines. It's good for round-trip flights starting at $1,049 per person between Los Angeles and Santiago, Chile, (add a domestic flight for $27) and Buenos Aires, Argentina (add a domestic flight for $13). The minimum stay required for this deal is seven days.

When: The offer is good through Monday for travel starting Monday and ending June 30, subject to availability.

Tested: In checking airfares between L.A. and Santiago, I found many weeklong stays available in May at the $1,049 round-trip price. From Santiago, options include a hop to Punta Arenas to see Patagonia or to Calama in the north to the Atacama Desert. Domestic flights offered from Buenos Aires include Iguazu and Ushuaia at the southern-most tip of Argentina. A LAN spokeswoman says domestic flights may be booked online or by calling the airline after primary ticket purchase.

Contact: LAN Airlines, (866) 435-9526

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