Won’t Last! Europe on Sale, Round-Trip Flights ~$315 to ~$650 This Fall & Winter

Won’t Last! Europe on Sale, Round-Trip Flights ~$315 to ~$650 This Fall & Winter

Million Mile SecretsWon’t Last! Europe on Sale, Round-Trip Flights ~$315 to ~$650 This Fall & WinterMillion Mile Secrets Team

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Via The Flight Deal, Delta has a sale to LOTS of popular European destinations this fall and winter for ~$315 to ~$650!  

They found flights from Washington, DC, to Dublin for as low as ~$317 round-trip in coach. 

Won't Last Europe On Sale Round Trip Flights 315 To 650 This Fall Winter
Hurry! Book Cheap Flights From Many US Cities to Europe, Like San Francisco to Rome for ~$650 in November 2016!

I don’t expect this sale to last, so book soon if you’re interested!

Where Can You Fly?

The Flight Deal found these destinations and more on sale on Delta:

  • Dublin
  • Moscow
  • Madrid
  • Barcelona
  • Amsterdam
  • Paris
  • London
  • Rome
  • Vienna
  • Brussels
  • Zurich
  • Munich

You can fly from:

  • Cleveland
  • Denver
  • Houston
  • San Francisco
  • Washington, DC

And other cities might be included as well!

For example, I found a round-trip coach flight using Google Flights from New York (JFK) to Dublin in November 2016 for ~$371!

You can plug in your home airport and a few places you’d want to visit in Europe to check prices.  Because tickets are selling from ~$315 to ~$650 in November 2016 through March 2017.

Or, if you’d like to travel in the fall, tickets are ~$100 to ~$150 more in September 2016 and October 2016.  

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

Remember, Delta has a 24-hour cancellation policy, so you can always book your flights to lock-in the price while you double-check your dates!

Let me know what deals you find!

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@Claire - Congrats! So glad you were able to book your trip. Enjoy Dublin! 🙂

Booked RT to Dublin from SFO in November! I was going mad last night, Google Flights was showing ~377 RT to Dublin on KLM, but whenever you went to book it, they shot the price up to $1300+. Thanks for sharing!