Cheap Flights to Dublin! JFK, Boston, and Chicago Around $450 Roundtrip!

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The Points Guy just posted that flights to Dublin from various US cities, primarily New York, Boston, Chicago (from what I’ve found) are pricing out between around $400-$500 for a round-trip flight! Some of the cheaper flights might require a layover, but they are not too bad.

These cheap fares are primarily on Delta and US Airways (although there are some United fares from Chicago). These cheap fares start as early as Labor Day and go into 2013. Christmas in Dublin anyone? Christmas week for less then $500 is pretty dam good! Since the non-stop is about 7 hours from New York, this can make a great long weekend getaway! Also, form what I’ve heard, the Radisson Blu properties in Ireland are pretty good. Might be a good opportunity to put your Club Carlson points to some use!

Anyone jumping on this deal?!

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    • @Laurent – While flights aren’t in the $400 range, they are coming in relatively cheap at about $750.

  1. Thinking? Maybe. Any foreign carrier offering such deals? Frankly, they always serve and feed a lot better, but that is not new news. United? I’d pass on th em, even if it was a $300 fare. Sorry, but I ‘ve never had a ‘good’ experience on United.

  2. Read this on Brian’s blog but your post was just that little extra push I needed to book the flight. Got it January for $387. I missed out on US Airways off-season first-class award space for the Jan/Feb 2013 timeframe so at least I’ll get there on the cheap.

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