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Secret Flying reports you can fly from Toronto to Dublin in coach for ~$276 round-trip!
Tripsta shows the fare for dates between March and May 2015. Flights are on US Airways and Iberia.
How To Book It
Go to Tripsta and look for flights from Toronto to Dublin. I found flights available in March, April, and May 2015.
Enter your details to buy the ticket! I didn’t purchase it, although, it looks like it would work. I made it to the final booking screen and it still priced at the error fare.
Deal or No Deal?
Usually a ticket from Toronto to Dublin costs at least ~$600. So this ticket is less than half the normal price. This is a great deal if you were already planning a trip to Dublin, or are looking for a cheap trip.
Book Quick, but…
You should book this quickly. Low fares don’t last long. Read my post about booking mistake and low fares!
But, do NOT book non-refundable hotel or other travel plans until you receive a confirmation WITH an e-ticket number. And remember: DO NOT call the airline!
What If You’re Not in Toronto?
If you’re not in Toronto , you could use points (like British Airways Avios) to get there cheaply. British Airways Avios work best for short-haul flights because you pay 4,500 points 1-way for flights less than 649 miles, and 7,500 points for flights up to 1,149 miles.
Or if you’re on the East coast close to the Canadian border, you could make the drive to Toronto.
You could also try to find a cheap paid ticket from your home airport to Toronto. But tickets to Canada are sometimes expensive, so do the math to see if it makes sense.
Which Card to Use?
Don’t forget to use your Chase Sapphire Preferred (which earns 2X points on travel) or Barclaycard Arrival Plus (which earns 2.2% back on travel). Since you’re booking through a UK website, it’s good that these cards do NOT charge foreign transaction fees!
There’s nothing better than finding a low fare and getting bonus points for the ticket!
Only ~$276 for a round-trip ticket from Toronto to Dublin is a very good deal! Remember, you can only book this through Tripsta, a UK online travel agency.
This is a mistake fare so don’t wait! It won’t last.
Please leave me a comment if you book this ticket and let me know about your experience.
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