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Scott compiled this massive list of round trip airfare sale to Europe on various major airlines associated with One World Alliance. This once went frontpaged before when deals were in hot deals. Travel November thru May 2018.

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TO:
Amsterdam (AMS)
Bologna (BLQ)
Bordeaux (BOD)
Brussels (BRU)
Luxembourg (LUX)
Lyon (LYS)
Marseille (MRS)
Milan (MIL)
Naples (NAP)
Nice (NCE)
Paris (PAR)
Rome (FCO)
Rotterdam (RTM)
Toulouse (TLS)
Venice (VCE)

FROM:
Atlanta (ATL) - $464
Albuquerque (ABQ) - $493
Anchorage (ANC) - $519
Austin (AUS) - $475
Bellingham (BLI) - $519
Billings (BIL) - $516
Birmingham (BHM) - $481
Boise (BOI) - $489
Boston (BOS) - $462
Bozeman (BZN) - $507
Buffalo (BUF) - $480
Burbank (BUR) - $466
Burlington (BTV) - $480
Cedar Rapids (CID) - $502
Chattanooga (CHA) - $498
Charlotte (CLT) - $478
Chicago (ORD) - $443
Cincinnati (CVG) - $494
Cleveland (CLE) - $472
Columbia (CAE) - $481
Columbus (CMH) - $483
Dallas (DFW) - $472
Dayton (DAY) - $483
Des Moines (DSM) - $500
Destin (VPS) - $496
Durango (DRO) - $504
El Paso (ELP) - $502
Fayetteville (XNA) - $501
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) - $456
Fort Myers (RSW) - $498
Fresno (FAT) - $495
Greenville (GSP) - $477
Hartford (BDL) - $480
Honolulu (HNL) - $509
Houston (IAH) - $481
Huntsville (HSV) - $499
Indianapolis (IND) - $484
Jacksonville (JAX) - $482
Kahului (OGG) - $523
Kansas City (MCI) - $483
Knoxville (TYS) - $481
Kona (KOA) - $536
Las Vegas (LAS) - $488
Lexington (LEX) - $482
Long Beach (LGB) - $467
Los Angeles (LAX) - $457
Louisville (SDF) - $480
Lynchburg (LYH) - $518
Manchester (MHT) - $480
Medford (MFR) - $517
Memphis (MEM) - $493
Miami (MIA) - $450
Milwaukee (MKE) - $483
Minneapolis (MSP) - $497
Nashville (BNA) - $475
New Orleans (MSY) - $483
New York City (EWR) - $443
New York City (JFK) - $448
New York City (LGA) - $448
Oakland (OAK) - $490
Oklahoma City (OKC) - $501
Omaha (OMA) - $496
Ontario (ONT) - $464
Orlando (MCO) - $466
Pensacola (PNS) - $497
Philadelphia (PHL) - $457
Phoenix (PHX) - $494
Pittsburgh (PIT) - $495
Portland, ME (PWM) - $464
Portland, OR (PDX) - $477
Providence (PVD) - $464
Raleigh (RDU) - $455
Rapid City (RAP) - $503
Reno (RNO) - $494
Richmond (RIC) - $463
Rochester (ROC) - $464
Sacramento (SMF) - $494
Salt Lake City (SLC) - $469
San Antonio (SAT) - $484
San Diego (SAN) - $475
San Francisco (SFO) - $447
San Jose (SJC) - $463
Santa Ana (SNA) - $459
Savannah (SAV) - $481
Seattle (SEA) - $450
Sioux Falls (FSD) - $498
Shreveport (SHV) - $487
Spokane (GEG) - $498
St. Louis (STL) - $454
Syracuse (SYR) - $464
Tallahassee (TLH) - $483
Tampa (TPA) - $475
Tulsa (TUL) - $503
Tucson (TUS) - $495
Washington DC (BWI) - $459
Washington DC (DCA) - $459
Washington DC (DCA) - $466
Wichita (ICT) - $488
So....here's how to book it.
Thanks, Scotts Cheap Flights
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If you are booking, it is best to book through the airlines and not an OTA like Priceline, Expedia, or Orbitz.
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If you are booking, it is best to book through the airlines and not an OTA like Priceline, Expedia, or Orbitz.
I disagree. It's best to book through an OTA like Priceline, Expedia or Orbitz. Why? Because you get a longer free cancellation period. The way it works with travel agents, is that it's not settled until the next business day. So you have until it settles to cancel. If you book on Friday, the next business day is Monday. So if you book on Friday, you have 3 days to cancel. You don't get that directly with the airline. You only get 1 day.
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I disagree. It's best to book through an OTA like Priceline, Expedia or Orbitz. Why? Because you get a longer free cancellation period. The way it works with travel agents, is that it's not settled until the next business day. So you have until it settles to cancel. If you book on Friday, the next business day is Monday. So if you book on Friday, you have 3 days to cancel. You don't get that directly with the airline. You only get 1 day.

Lmao, tell that to all the people who booked through OTAs rather than Virgin Australia and got their tickets canceled when booking direct tickets were not canceled.

Or the guy who missed his Delta flight and had to rebook because he booked through an OTA. Delta puts people on standby who miss their flight, never seen this when the ticket is through an OTA. Same goes for other airlines, OTA means your sol if you miss the flight.

If you can not figure out your schedule within 24 hours of booking, you don't need to be going.

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OTAs rather than Virgin Australia refers to the DFW-MEL $157-$303 RT fare.
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Lmao, tell that to all the people who booked through OTAs rather than Virgin Australia and got their tickets canceled when booking direct tickets were not canceled.

Or the guy who missed his Delta flight and had to rebook because he booked through an OTA. Delta puts people on standby who miss their flight, never seen this when the ticket is through an OTA. Same goes for other airlines, OTA means your sol if you miss the flight.

If you can not figure out your schedule within 24 hours of booking, you don't need to be going.

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OTAs rather than Virgin Australia refers to the DFW-MEL $157-$303 RT fare.
LOL. How about you tell that to people who booked a flight and then had buyer's remorse 2 days later. Maybe they don't want to go after. Maybe hotels were too expensive. Maybe they couldn't get the time off. That happens way way way way way way way way more often than a random rare cancellation.
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LOL. How about you tell that to people who booked a flight and then had buyer's remorse 2 days later. Maybe they don't want to go after. Maybe hotels were too expensive. Maybe they couldn't get the time off. That happens way way way way way way way way more often than a random rare cancellation.
Lol, ok, guess thats what happens, sure.
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Lol, ok, guess thats what happens, sure.
LOL. Way more than that one flight cancellation you brought up.
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...If you book on Friday, the next business day is Monday...

If you book Sunday-Thursday, it is not better to go with an OTA based on your own argument.

Your argument is only a claim to added benefit when booking on a Friday or Saturday. Even on a Friday or Saturday it is still better to book with the airline directly because you have more airline added benefits than booking through an OTA, such as rebooking if you lost your passport or missed your flight. The benefits outweigh the loss of an extra 24-48 cancellation period.

Some people like to book with OTA as you claimed (You, wishy-washy people, and people who can not figure out hotel prices in 24 hours). There is great benefit in booking direct and there are risks with booking through OTAs.
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If you book Sunday-Thursday, it is not better to go with an OTA based on your own argument.

Your argument is only a claim to added benefit when booking on a Friday or Saturday. Even on a Friday or Saturday it is still better to book with the airline directly because you have more airline added benefits than booking through an OTA, such as rebooking if you lost your passport or missed your flight. The benefits outweigh the loss of an extra 24-48 cancellation period.

Some people like to book with OTA as you claimed (You, wishy-washy people, and people who can not figure out hotel prices in 24 hours). There is great benefit in booking direct and there are risks with booking through OTAs.
LOL. The old lost passport excuse. Why do you think the airline wouldn't do more or less if you booked it through an OTA? Still grasping at straws I see. Still bringing up nonsense rare cases. At least try to find some that are relevant to your point.
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