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Late last night I posted about some great fares to Europe through the beginning of May. To my surprise, these fares are still available, so I wanted to let you all know since chances are you were not up reading my blog or booking flights at 11pm last night!
It looks like fares are pricing out anywhere between $400 and $700 on many routes (not all routes!). I originally found this deal on The Flight Deals blog and they posted the following discounted routes. Of course, there are many more inexpensive fares available, but here is a sample. It seems like going to Dublin is the cheapest. Madrid seems to be another popular inexpensive location. Also, not all fares are non-stop, so be prepared to have a layover though. The good thing is that all fares earn you miles!! The flights are with American, US Airways, and Delta.
- San Francisco – Dublin for $465 on US Airways
- Los Angeles – Madrid for $664 on United
- Seattle – Brussels for $686 on US Airways
- Portland – Zurich for $695 on US Airways
- Phoenix – Brussels for $686 on US Airways
- Dallas – Madrid for $664 on United
- Chicago – Dublin for $430 on United
- Boston – Madrid for $664 on United
- Newark – Dublin for $405 on US Airways
- Philadelphia – Venice for $695 on Air Canada
- Washington D.C. – Barcelona for $659 on American
- Miami – Brussels for $650 on US Airways
If you are thinking about a trip to Europe, now might be a good time to check out the price. Again, these are by no means a “mistake fare” deal, but definitely some good prices to many European cities!
Sample fare from Newark to Dublin, although it does require a layover in Philadelphia. And the Philadelphia to Dublin direct flight is pricing out at more then double!
Also, using the ITA Matrix can give you great results if you can be flexible on your departure and return. Just play around with the month and number of nights you want to stay to find your ideal fare.
Anyone able to find a good fare that works for them? If so, enjoy!