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Scott compiled this long list of round trip airfares earlier today. Various US Cities to Europe (Amsterdam, Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, Rome) for the following RT airfares. Travel availability October thru May 2018.

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Amsterdam (AMS):
Atlanta (ATL) - $547
Birmingham (BHM) - $517
Boston (BOS) - $517
Burbank (BUR) - $558
Chicago (MDW) - $580
Chicago (ORD) - $549*
Charleston (CHS) - $514
Columbia (CAE) - $514
Dallas (DFW) - $484
Denver (DEN) - $398
Detroit (DTW) - $517
Edmonton (YEG) - $689 CAD
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) - $523
Greenville (GSP) - $510
Huntsville (HSV) - $559
Knoxville (TYS) - $514
Lexington (LEX) - $514
Little Rock (LIT) - $538
Long Beach (LGB) - $559
Los Angeles (LAX) - $506
Louisville (SDF) - $551
Miami (MIA) - $511
Minneapolis (MSP) - $514
Mobile (MOB) - $516
New York City (EWR) - $574*
New York City (JFK) - $557*
Oakland (OAK) - $532
Ontario (ONT) - $521
Orlando (MCO) - $532
Philadelphia (PHL) - $484
Salt Lake City (SLC) - $519
San Francisco (SFO) - $529
Santa Ana (SNA) - $521
Savannah (SAV) - $555
Seattle (SEA) - $495
Toronto (YYZ) - $699 CAD
Washington DC (BWI) - $500
Washington DC (DCA) - $500
Washington DC (IAD) - $550

Barcelona (BCN):
Atlanta (ATL) - $497
Austin (AUS) - $500
Birmingham (BHM) - $517
Boston (BOS) - $473
Burbank (BUR) - $536
Charleston (CHS) - $517
Charlotte (CLT) - $533
Chattanooga (CHA) - $522
Chicago (MDW) - $521
Chicago (ORD) - $492
Columbia (CAE) - $520
Dallas (DFW) - $517
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) - $467
Greenville (GSP) - $522
Huntsville (HSV) - $518
Lexington (LEX) - $518
Los Angeles (LAX) - $517
Little Rock (LIT) - $520
Long Beach (LGB) - $538
Louisville (SDF) - $513
Miami (MIA) - $482*
Mobile (MOB) - $517
New York City (EWR) - $452*
New York City (JFK) - $482*
Oakland (OAK) - $383*
Ontario (ONT) - $524
Orange County (SNA) - $539
Philadelphia (PHL) - $535
Phoenix (PHX) - $517
Savannah (SAV) - $522
Toronto (YYZ) - $573 CAD

Madrid (MAD):
Atlanta (ATL) - $520
Austin (AUS) - $472
Birmingham (BHM) - $520
Boston (BOS) - $392
Charleston (CHS) - $522
Charlotte (CLT) - $470
Chattanooga (CHA) - $522
Chicago (MDW) - $493
Chicago (ORD) - $493
Columbia (CAE) - $520
Dallas (DFW) - $472
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) - $522
Greenville (GSP) - $522
Huntsville (HSV) - $522
Knoxville (TYS) - $520
Lexington (LEX) - $522
Little Rock (LIT) - $522
Louisville (SDF) - $518
Miami (MIA) - $498*
Mobile (MOB) - $522
New York City (EWR) - $462**
New York City (JFK) - $484*
Philadelphia (PHL) - $472
Phoenix (PHX) - $493
Savannah (SAV) - $522
Toronto (YYZ) - $690 CAD

Paris (CDG):
Austin (AUS) - $524
Birmingham (BHM) - $552
Boston (BOS) - $523*
Charleston (CHS) - $554
Chattanooga (CHA) - $554
Columbia (CAE) - $552
Denver (DEN) - $504
Edmonton (YEG) - $684 CAD
Greenville (GSP) - $547
Hartford (BDL) - $497
Houston (IAH) - $540
Huntsville (HSV) - $555
Knoxville (TYS) - $552
Lexington (LEX) - $532
Little Rock (LIT) - $554
Los Angeles (LAX) - $550
Louisville (SDF) - $548
Miami (MIA) - $449*
Mobile (MOB) - $550
Montreal (YUL) - $622 CAD*
Ontario (ONT) - $552
Phoenix (PHX) - $551
Pittsburgh (PIT) - $532
Raleigh (RDU) - $532
San Francisco (SFO) - $536
San Jose (SJC) - $554
Santa Ana (SNA) - $552
Savannah (SAV) - $552
Toronto (YYZ) - $585 CAD
Washington DC (DCA) - $532
Washington DC (IAD) - $472

Rome (FCO):
Atlanta (ATL) - $446
Birmingham (BHM) - $541
Boston (BOS) - $535
Charleston (CHS) - $539
Charlotte (CLT) - $519
Chattanooga (CHA) - $542
Columbia (CAE) - $544
Dallas (DFW) - $513
Detroit (DTW) - $539
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) - $535
Greenville (GSP) - $534
Huntsville (HSV) - $543
Knoxville (TYS) - $541
Lexington (LEX) - $539
Little Rock (LIT) - $542
Los Angeles (LAX) - $519
Louisville (SDF) - $536
Miami (MIA) - $532
Mobile (MOB) - $541
New York City (EWR) - $446**
New York City (JFK) - $444*
New York City (LGA) - $481
Philadelphia (PHL) - $515
Savannah (SAV) - $541

* - nonstop
** - nonstop in one direction
So....here's how to book it.
Thanks, Scotts Cheap Flights
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Thanks, $344 Orlando - Paris | Excellent
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I know the deal is dead now, but the pricing has been lower from Dallas. We have flown to Italy for $450. Wish there were more domestic options. Sitting on a plane for 24 hours is a waste of time.
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Scott compiled this long list of round trip airfares earlier today. Various US Cities to Europe (Amsterdam, Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, Rome) for the following RT airfares. Travel availability October thru May 2018.



So....here's how to book it.
Thanks, Scotts Cheap Flights
Look at the calendar for your prices...cheapest one is bolded green

I'm not seeing this step. Are you referring to the drop down calendar where you select a specific date and month?

Or are you referring to the 3 colored boxes below (Green, Blue, Brown)?

I'm trying to select a date in March 2018.
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Remember Orbitz and Expedia have 24 hour cancellation policy, so you can always cancel if you change your mind.
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Meh. Off season (lousy weather) is always a lot cheaper. Of course many attractions like museums, galleries, El Gongo (cathedrals always have those annoying bells in sound systems) are OK and crowds are less than in the Summer.
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not seeing anything good past march for atlanta...aaand more waiting for price drops this fall.
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Remember Orbitz and Expedia have 24 hour cancellation policy, so you can always cancel if you change your mind.
It's more than 24 hours. It can be almost 96 hours if you do it right. It all has to do with how settlement works for these third party travel agents. Settlement is the night of the next business day after you book. If you book on Friday, it doesn't settle until Monday night. So if you book at 12:01am on Friday, you have until Monday night to cancel. There's no mystery to any of this. Orbitz will tell you exactly how long you have to take advantage of it's courtesy cancellation during the booking process. That's why I tend to book things on Friday. Gives me the weekend to see if buyer's remorse hits.
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It's more than 24 hours. It can be almost 96 hours if you do it right. It all has to do with how settlement works for these third party travel agents. Settlement is the night of the next business day after you book. If you book on Friday, it doesn't settle until Monday night. So if you book at 12:01am on Friday, you have until Monday night to cancel. There's no mystery to any of this. Orbitz will tell you exactly how long you have to take advantage of it's courtesy cancellation during the booking process. That's why I tend to book things on Friday. Gives me the weekend to see if buyer's remorse hits.
Very true thanks for pointing that out Peace
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Thanks, $344 Orlando - Paris | Excellent
Dates you found at this price please? I've not figured out how to view the calendar as stated in original post.

Thanks!
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Meh. Off season (lousy weather) is always a lot cheaper. Of course many attractions like museums, galleries, El Gongo (cathedrals always have those annoying bells in sound systems) are OK and crowds are less than in the Summer.
May is usually pretty nice everywhere, and the southern European destinations have a much longer season. This looks pretty slick, especially for those of us in smaller cities on the list. We don't get a lot of good travel deals. I'm curious if these are all "3 legs each way" though. I'm never doing that again. If I want to fly for 20 hours, I'll go to Asia or Oceania.

But I'm not seeing anywhere near the prices in the OP. At best, they're all about double the OP's list. I tried about 10 different combos across all date ranges.
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Crap, no SLC to Spain.
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Dates you found at this price please? I've not figured out how to view the calendar as stated in original post.

Thanks!
Feb 15 - March 1
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God bless competition from discount carriers like Norwegian, Wow, and others!
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