Hot! $76+ Round-Trip to Chicago From 4 Cities, $356 Non-Stop to Paris

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Don’t wait!  Via The Flight Deal, you can fly round-trip from New York and Fort Lauderdale to Paris for ~$356.  And round-trip between Chicago and New York, Dallas, Boston, or Los Angeles from ~$76.

The cheap fares to Paris are valid for travel from November 2016 through March 2017.

And the discounted flights to or from Chicago are valid between August 2016 and November 2016, depending on the route.

Hot 76 Round Trip To Chicago From 4 Cities 356 Non Stop To Paris

Score a Cheap Flight to Paris and Enjoy Parisian Cheese and Ice Cream Like Emily Did!

I doubt these will last.  So book soon!  Here’s how to find the deal.

Find a Flight and Book Your Cheap Ticket!

Link:   Google Flights

Link:   ITA Matrix

Use Google Flights to search dates and find a ticket.  Then book directly with the airline or on a site like Orbitz or Priceline.

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

These cheap fares will NOT last long.  So book fast if you’re interested in any of these deals!

Using Google Flights, I found a ticket from Chicago to New York (LGA) departing November 5, 2016, and returning November 12, 2016, for ~$81 on United Airlines.

And from Chicago to Boston leaving September 7, 2016, and returning September 13, 2016, for just~$77 on United Airlines.

If you’re looking to travel to France, I found a flight departing from New York (JFK) on October 26, 2016, and returning from Paris on November 1, 2016, for ~$398 with Norwegian Air.

Or a ticket from Fort Lauderdale to Paris leaving January 13, 2017, and returning January 20, 2017, for ~$374.

You could even combine the two deals and fly from Chicago to New York, then on to Paris! 😉

And don’t forget about the quick trick to save up to 20% on Norwegian Air flights. For even more savings!

Use a Credit Card That Earns Bonus Miles & Points

These cards earn bonus miles or points for paid airfare:

Card NameWhat It Earns
The Business Gold Rewards Card from American Express OPEN- Earn 3X American Express Membership Rewards points on airfare purchased directly from airlines when you choose this as your 3X category (otherwise earn 2X points)

- Here's my review of the card

Premier Rewards Gold Card from American Express
- Earn 3X American Express Membership Rewards points for airfare purchased directly from airlines

- $100 Airline fee credit. Up to $100 a year for incidental fees with your selected airline

- Here's my review of the card
SimplyCash® Plus Business Credit Card from American Express
- 3% cash back on airfare purchased directly from airlines when you choose this as your 3% cash back category

- Here's my review of the card
Barclaycard Arrival Plus™ World Elite MasterCard®

- Earn 2 miles per $1 on all purchases

- Use miles for travel statement credits (minimum 10,000 miles for $100)

- Here's my review of the card
Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card
- Earn 2X Chase Ultimate Rewards points on travel, including airfare

- Here's my review of the card
Citi Prestige® Card - Earn 3X ThankYou points for airfare & hotels

- $250 statement credit for airfare & baggage fees each calendar year

- Here's my review of the card
Citi ThankYou® Premier Card- Earn 3X ThankYou points for travel, including airfare

- Here's my review of the card
Or pay with an airline credit card for specific perks!

And if you book a hotel, don’t forget to use one of these cards:

Card NameWhat It Earns
SimplyCash® Plus Business Credit Card from American Express
- 3% cash back on hotel rooms purchased directly from hotels when you choose this as your 3% cash back category

- Here's my review of the card
Barclaycard Arrival Plus™ World Elite MasterCard®

- Earn 2 miles per $1 on all purchases

- Use miles for travel statement credits (minimum 10,000 miles for $100)

- Here's my review of the card
Ink Plus® Business Credit Card
- Earn 2X Chase Ultimate Rewards points on the first $50,000 spent in combined purchases at gas stations and hotel accommodations when purchased directly with the hotel each account anniversary year

- Here's my review of the card
Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card
- Earn 2X Chase Ultimate Rewards points on travel, including hotels

- Here's my review of the card
Citi Prestige® Card - Earn 3X ThankYou points for airfare & hotels

- Extend your trip with a complimentary 4th night stay at any hotel of your choice

- Here's my review of the card
Citi ThankYou® Premier Card- Earn 3X ThankYou points for travel, including hotels

- Here's my review of the card
Or pay with a hotel credit card for specific perks!

Let me know if you book one of these cheap tickets!

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2 responses to “Hot! $76+ Round-Trip to Chicago From 4 Cities, $356 Non-Stop to Paris

  1. Is this the future of the site since the sale? A simple heads up on some great flight deals turns into 17 links for credit cards. I will be dissapointed if the site changes drastically.

  2. I agree with Andrew, too much baloney advertising, yet, no mention of the basic fact if the Norwegian Air flight to Paris from NYC is nonstop.
    Is it?

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