Won’t Last! 10 Cities Round-Trip to Europe $407 to $614

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If you’re looking for a cheap paid flight to Europe, there are terrific deals today from 10 cities to several destinations across the pond!

You’ll pay as little as ~$407 to $614 for a round-trip coach flight (and some West Coast cities are included).  Sale fares are available on Aer Lingus, Jetairfly, KLM, Norwegian Air, and WOW Air, depending on the route.

These are very good prices!  So if you’re interested, book soon, because I’m not sure how long these deals will last.

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Take a Spin on the London Eye – and Get There Cheaply From Several US Cities!

I found these fares through ITA Matrix and Google Flights.  Or in 1 case, through an online travel agency (I’ll tell you where to look!).

What’s the Deal?

Link:   ITA Matrix

Link:   Google Flights

I found cheap, round-trip coach flights to Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, London, Shannon, and Stockholm.

Travel dates vary depending on the city.  And check your closest airport because more cities could be included in the deal!

Don’t forget to use this trick when you book flights directly through Norwegian Air to save up to 20% off these already low fares!

Low-cost airlines like Norwegian Air and WOW Air charge additional fees for things like carry-on baggage and seat selection.  So do the math to be sure you’re getting a good deal.  I’ve flown WOW Air to Iceland and had a positive experience!

Here’s what I found:

Boston to London (Gatwick) non-stop on Norwegian Air for ~$407

I found dates in April 2016.  Book directly through Norwegian Air.

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Fort Lauderdale to London (Gatwick) non-stop on Norwegian Air for ~$529

Book through the Norwegian Air website.  I found cheap flights in September and October, 2016.

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Las Vegas to Stockholm non-stop on Norwegian Air for ~$410

Book through Norwegian Air for dates in May 2016.

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Los Angeles to London (Gatwick) non-stop on Norwegian Air for ~$564

I found sale dates in October 2016 on the Norwegian Air website.

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Miami to Brussels non-stop on Jetairfly for ~$556

Book directly through Jetairfly.  I found fares for ~500 Euro (~$556) in May 2016.

From Brussels, it’s easy to get to Amsterdam and Paris by train!

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New York (JFK) to Dublin non-stop on Aer Lingus for ~$546

I found dates in April 2016.  Book through the Aer Lingus website.

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New York (JFK) to Shannon non-stop on Aer Lingus for ~$542

Book directly through Aer Lingus.  I found dates in April 2016.

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Oakland to London (Gatwick) non-stop on Norwegian Air for ~$614

Book through Norwegian Air for travel in October 2016.

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Orlando to London (Gatwick) non-stop on Norwegian Air for ~$544

Book this fare on eDreams.net for travel in October 2016.

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San Francisco to Frankfurt (1-stop) on WOW Air for $530

Book through WOW Air for travel in September and October, 2016.

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Toronto to Dublin (1-stop) on KLM and Aer Lingus for ~583 Canadian dollars (~$419)

Book through the KLM website.  I found dates in May 2016.

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Don’t Live Near an Included City? Get There for Cheap!

You can use your miles & points to get to a sale city for almost free!

Keep in mind, once you get to Europe, you’ve got lots of options for cheap flights on many European budget airlines.

Earn Bonus Points!

Remember to pay with a card that will earn you bonus points for your ticket:

Get Free Hotel Nights With These Cards

Link:   Hot Deals – Hotel Credit Cards

If you book a cheap flight, remember there are lots of ways to get cheap or free hotel rooms with points from credit card bonuses and spending!

Here are some of my favorite Hilton, Hyatt, IHG, Ritz-Carlton, and Starwood hotels in Europe to spark your imagination.

To find hotels that can be booked with points, I like using Hotel Hustle (which even shows you if rooms are actually available!) or AwardMapper.

Remember, you can transfer flexible points like Chase Ultimate Rewards or American Express Membership Rewards to different hotel programs.

Round-Trip Non-Stop New York To Paris 559 London 533 Boston To London 431 Miami 106

Transfer Points From Bank and Airline Programs to Hotels Like Hilton

Check out my posts on all the ways to earn Hilton and Hyatt points!

Note:  Folks who want to book paid stays could check out discount sites like Orbitz, Expedia, or TravelPony for deals.  But remember you won’t get stay credits or points (and might not have your elite status recognized).

Airbnb is another affordable option, especially for longer stays.  Or if you like a more local feel.  Consider mixing-and-matching your award stays with paid stays (including Airbnb) to stretch your vacation!

Here are some tips on how to negotiate a better Airbnb price.  And how to find a safe and comfortable Airbnb.

Bottom Line

If you’re planning a trip to Europe, check out the cheap fares available today from 10 cities to various destinations including Dublin, London, and Frankfurt.

You’ll pay as little as ~$407 round-trip in coach, depending on the route, on airlines like Aer Lingus, Jetairfly, KLM, Norwegian Air, and WOW Air.

Remember, low-cost airlines generally add extra fees for things like seat selection and carry-on bags.  Always run the numbers to be sure you’re getting the best deal!

Let me know if you plan a trip!

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