Won’t Last! Round-Trip Flights to Europe ~$524+!

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The Flight Deal reports American Airlines, Delta, and United Airlines have cut prices to popular European destinations this fall and winter. 

They use the example of San Francisco to Istanbul for ~$524.

I searched Google Flights and found New York non-stop to Barcelona round-trip on Delta for ~$585 in November 2016!

Won't Last Europe On Sale Round Trip Flights 500 To 600

Act Fast to Find Cheap Flights From Many US Cities to Europe, Such as New York Non-Stop to Barcelona for ~$585 in November!

Where Can You Go?

The Flight Deal found these destinations on sale but there might be more!

  • Istanbul
  • Dublin
  • Shannon
  • Madrid
  • Barcelona
  • Paris
  • Rome
  • Munich
  • London
  • Lisbon
  • Prague
  • Budapest
  • Athens

Using Google Flights, I also found New York (JFK) to Dublin for $532 round-trip on Delta in November 2016.

And Boston to Madrid for $594 round-trip on American Airlines and Iberia November 30 to December 8, 2016.

Here’s my series on how to use ITA Matrix to find flights.  And my post for how to use the very easy Google Flights.

I recommend plugging in your home airport and a few places you’d want to visit in Europe to check prices.  You can find tickets under $600 (in some cases closer to $500) for departures January 2017 through March 2017.

There are more cheap fares from September through early December 2016.

Fall and winter are excellent times to travel because lines will be shorter at the big tourist attractions.  And you can save a lot of money by traveling slightly outside of the peak summer travel time.

Let me know if you book a flight to Europe today!

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