AMAZING DEAL: $400 Flights to Europe

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If you are looking to go to Europe, NOW is the time to book. Delta and American Airlines flights are pricing out at about $400 from MANY US cities to a few larger European cities. Remember, you have 24 hours to cancel, so think about it tonight, and cancel tomorrow if need be. These low prices seem to be available for travel early may or mid August through December.

For example, I put in random dates from JFK to Rome and found a $387 flight with ease!

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Via The Flight Deal, it seems like the following routes are pricing out low:

  • New York to Amsterdam, Rome, and Paris
  • Boston to Amsterdam and Rome
  • Philadelphia to Amsterdam, Rome, Milan, and Paris
  • Miami to Amsterdam, Rome, Milan, and Paris
  • Los Angeles to Amsterdam, Rome, Milan, Paris, and London
  • San Francisco to Amsterdam
  • Portland to Amsterdam and London
  • Seattle to Amsterdam and Paris
  • Dallas to Madrid, Paris, and London

Some of the low fares might require a layover, but for not that much more you should be able to find a non-stop. There are also other routes aside from the above listed at maybe a slightly higher price, but still cheap!

And to get even cheaper flights, around the $300 price point. Dan’s Deals reminds me, if you find a flight that you can book through British Airways directly, use your AARP discount to get$65 off coach fares. Book hereAnd if you have the British Airways co-branded credit card, you can get an extra 10% off your flight by using the promotion code CARDOFFERU. This is only for flights operated by British Airways and Open Skies, not flights booked through BA but operated by another airline.

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