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Great Prices to Europe – As Low as $300, Many Around $400s

Check out this great fare sale to Europe with prices starting as low as $294 for roundtrip travel! There are prices around $400 from around the US to Europe now.

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Thanks to The Flight Deal for finding these great fares!

Great Prices to Europe

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Cheap flights to Dublin!

These prices will not last long but there are a lot of airports available! Check now for travel from September through December of this year and January through March of 2017. You do need a minimum of 7 days for this fare. These prices are available for airports around the US to Europe. Delta and American are running some very low prices with the cheapest being on Delta out of JFK to Dublin for only $293 roundtrip!

Cities that The Flight Deal has found that work with the cheaper rates in Europe are (along with some that I have found as well):

  • Dublin, Ireland (DUB)
  • Copenhagen, Denmark (CPH)
  • Oslo, Norway (OSL)
  • Stockholm, Sweden (ARN)
  • Shannon, Ireland (SNN)
  • Istanbul, Turkey (IST)
  • Madrid, Spain (MAD)
  • Barcelona, Spain (BCN)
  • Paris, France (CDG)
  • Rome, Italy (FCO)
  • Munich, Germany (MUC)
  • London, England (LHR)
  • Lisbon, Portugal (LIS)
  • Prague, Czech Republic (PRG)
  • Budapest, Hungary (BUD)
  • Athens, Greece (ATH)

I found many other airports in Europe as well but they are a bit more than the $400s so definitely search around (use Google Flights to get a good idea of what is available)!

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While the incredible deals are out of hub airports, I even found some cheaper fares out of the regional airports like my home airport of Rochester, NY. I found some in the $509 range to different cities in Europe out of there so it may be good to check your own regional airports to see if you can get a great price now as well (not as cheap as $300 but it may be worth it to tack on the extra $150 or so to leave out of your own airport).

I suggest you book through the links on The Flight Deal’s website so that you can support them in the awesome work they do in finding these fares. If you purchase any of these fares with an OTA (like Orbitz, etc) or through the airline sites themselves, you have 24 hours to cancel so book now and figure it out later!

 

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About the author

Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

2 Comments

  • Why anyone would want to go to Europe in these trying times is beyond belief. Probably why its so cheap. No thanks

  • @Steve You’re right, we should all just go hide in our bunkers…

    @Charlie Thanks for being honest about the price. Many other BA blogs would have titled this more like “Flights to Europe in the $200s” While true, it would have been disingenuous. Thank you!

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