Hot! $314 to $577 Round-Trip to Dublin From Chicago, DC, San Francisco

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Here’s another terrific fare sale to Europe!  Via The Flight Deal, you can fly to Dublin this winter from 3 US cities on Delta starting at ~$314 round-trip in coach!

Fly from:

  • Chicago~$461 round-trip
  • San Francisco~$577 round-trip
  • Washington, DC – ~$314 round-trip
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Get Your Irish On! I Found Flights Over St. Patrick’s Day From Washington, DC, to Dublin for ~$346 Round-Trip!

Book quickly, because these fares won’t last!

How to Book It

Link:   ITA Matrix

Link:   Delta

These fares are valid for outbound travel from November 2016 to early December 2016, or January 2017 to March 2017.

You must book at least 21 days prior to departure, and there’s a 7-day minimum stay required.

I searched for fares on ITA Matrix and was able to find them on the Delta website.

For example, I found coach flights between Washington, DC (National), and Dublin on March 15, 2017, returning March 22, 2017, for ~$346 round-trip!  Time to plan a St. Patrick’s day adventure! 🙂

Let me know if you book a cheap flight to the Emerald Isle!

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