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Cheap Flights to Europe – Round-Trip Coach Fares for ~$300+ to Paris, London, Barcelona, and More from TONS of US Cities

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Cheap Flights to Europe – Round-Trip Coach Fares for ~$300+ to Paris, London, Barcelona, and More from TONS of US Cities

Joseph HostetlerCheap Flights to Europe – Round-Trip Coach Fares for ~$300+ to Paris, London, Barcelona, and More from TONS of US CitiesMillion Mile Secrets Team

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BUSHELS of cheap flights to Europe are popping up from cities all over the US!

Sale flights start at just ~$300+ round-trip in coach.  Participating destinations include France, Ireland, Spain, Switzerland, and lots more!  You can use this sale to dismantle that bucket list at which you stare at longingly each night.

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Cheap Flights to Europe Starting at ~$300 Round-Trip!

These cheap fares are available through May 2019.  And while most US hubs are participating in this sale, you should also search your home airport and desired destination with your travel dates to see if you can find a discounted fare that fits your travel plans!

The best deals seem to be with American Airlines, Air Canada, Delta, United Airlines, and SWISS.  Fortunately, you can use Google Flights to search tons of airlines, travel dates, and origin/destination combos at once.  You can check out our post on how to use Google Flights to learn the ropes.

There are round-trip coach flights from:

  • Los Angeles to Barcelona for $335
  • Chicago to London for $315
  • Boston to Madrid for $319
  • Miami to Paris for $320
  • Dallas to Amsterdam for $386
  • and more!

But the deals aren’t limited to these routes; there are discounts from all sorts of other US cities to even more European destinations.  So be sure to search on Google Flights and then book directly on the airline website, or through a site like Orbitz.

With prices this stinking low, it makes sense to pay with points for your flights through the Chase or AMEX Travel Portal instead of transferring your points to an airline.  You could end up paying WAY fewer points compared to booking an award ticket.  And you’ll earn frequent flyer miles while you’re at it!

For example, if you have the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, you can pay for airfare through the Chase travel portal for 1.5 cents per point.  So if you book a $320 round-trip flight from Miami to Paris, you’ll pay just 21,334 Chase Ultimate Rewards points (~$320 airfare / 1.5 cents per point)!  You’d pay 60,000 points for the same ticket if you transferred the points to United Airlines for an award flight!

Let us know if you book a ticket!

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Hat tip:   The Points Guy

Editorial Note: We're the Million Mile Secrets team. And we're proud of our content, opinions and analysis, and of our reader's comments. These haven’t been reviewed, approved or endorsed by any of the airlines, hotels, or credit card issuers which we often write about. And that’s just how we like it! :)

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