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US to Europe From $400 Roundtrip!

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You can fly from the US to Europe for $400 roundtrip!  Flights are available now through May 2015.

US to Europe From $400 Roundtrip! Traveling Well For Less

You can pop over to Dublin for a pint of Guiness

 

US to Europe for $400 roundtrip

The airlines have slashed prices to Europe for travel from now through May 2015.  You can fly on American Airlines, Aer Lingus, Air Canada, British Airways, Iberia, United Airlines, US Airways.

You can even find cheap flights from the West Coast to Europe!

Here are examples of the great round-trip prices being offered:

Dublin

  • Newark to Dublin $405
  • Chicago to Dublin $430
  • San Francisco to Dublin $495

Brussels

  • Miami to Brussels for $650
  • San Diego to Brussels $686
  • Seattle to Brussels $686
  • Phoenix to Brussels $686
  • Los Angeles to Brussels $716

Zurich

  • San Diego to Zurich $695
  • Portland to Zurich for $695

Amsterdam

  • Houston to Amsterdam $686
  • Chicago to Amsterdam $688
  • San Francisco to Amsterdam $688

Milan

  • Chicago to Milan $670
  • San Francisco to Milan $685

Venice

  • Houston to Venice $676
  • Chicago to Venice $678
  • Philadelphia to Venice $695
  • San Francisco to Venice $698

Madrid

  • Los Angeles to Madrid for $664
  • Dallas – Madrid $664
  • Boston – Madrid $664

Barcelona

  • Washington, DC to Barcelona $659
  • Los Angeles to Barcelona $803 (not the greatest but cheaper than paying for a separate flight to DC)

Lots of cities are on sale, not just the ones I’ve listed. So if your preferred city isn’t available, keep checking or try from another airport.

Use Google Flights

I use Google Flights to search for airfares because you can see the lowest fares over 2 months.

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Use Google Flights to search for $400 round-trip flights to Europe

 

Book now, decide later

You can put a ticket on hold for 24 hours with American Airlines (if your departure date is more than 7 days in advance).  And you can buy a ticket and cancel within 24 hours for a full refund on all the airlines and online travel agencies like Orbitz and Expedia. So you can always book now, check with the spouse and finalize plans later.

I was up late last night looking for flights. Trying to see which ones had space available to upgrade to Business Class.

And I’m not sure how much work I’m going to get done today because the sale prices are still there.

What cities interest you?

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My favorite perks about this card are earning 5% cash back at grocery stores the first 12 months (up to $12k), unlimited 1.5% cash back on all purchases and no annual fee. When paired with cards like the Chase Sapphire Reserve, you can use your points to travel for free.
 

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