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United Airlines via Kayak offers Roundtrip Flights from San Diego (SAN) to Beijing (PEK), China from $326 on select dates in October 2019 - April 2020. Thanks serra

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  • Departs San Diego (SAN): Oct 24, 28-31; Nov 4-7, 11-14, 18, 25; Dec 4-5; Feb 12, 18; March 5, 9-11, 16-18, 23-25, 31; April 1, 7-8, 14-15, 21-23, 28-29
  • Returns: wide and great availability returns Monday-Thursday, minimum 7-day stays
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United Airlines have round trip airfares travelling from San Diego (SAN) to Beijing China (PEK) for $326, making 1 stop. These are main cabin, regular economy fares. You are allowed to have 1 free carry-on and 2 free checked bags! And yes, you will need a Chinese Visa to visit China.

Travel Availability:
Departs SAN: Oct 24, 28-31; Nov 4-7, 11-14, 18, 25; Dec 4-5; Feb 12, 18; March 5, 9-11, 16-18, 23-25, 31; April 1, 7-8, 14-15, 21-23, 28-29
Returns: wide and great availability returns Monday-Thursday, minimum 7-day stays
To book this deal, enter travel information on Kayak [kayak.com], who will find the lowest possible prices for you. Then select a known and reputable OTA to complete your booking!

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For the people that came to this thread because they're actually interested in the deal, a couple of quick tips:
1) Do it. Of all the countries I visit, China is the one I most frequently think of going bank to. It's a distinctly different history and culture, yet has a very American spirit in a way that I haven't found elsewhere. It's hard to describe, but definitely there.
2) With a US passport you'll need a visa. It's easiest you can just go to a Chinese embassy and get one in person, but there are also services that can do it for you. Either way it will add another $100 or so per person.
3) Government monitoring and security can be tight, especially in Beijing. At sites like Tiananmen Square there are visible lineups of plain clothes officers, which sounds contradictory until you consider the message they're sending. That being said, their concerns are much more about internal dissent, and at most security checkpoints they will just wave obvious foreigeners right past the lines at metal detectors etc without even scanning.
4) The Beijing subway system is very simple to use, and unbelievably cheap. It also connects to many regional trains including ones to some Great Wall sites, and even those train tickets are only a dollar or two.
5) Explore outside of Beijing. It's a large and functional city, but not an overly interesting or pretty one, especially for these dates. They have the best high speed rail system in the world (yes it is) and it's relatively affordable to use compared to Japanese or European trains. Definitely see some more of the country if you're going that far anyway.
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I wouldn't even risk it. You don't want to give Chinese authorities any reason for them to arrest you.
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Lots of people going to China to do business. Tegridy farms is going to be expanding soon.
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Lots of people going to China to do business. Tegridy farms is going to be expanding soon.
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Do not carry vape devices with thc/cbd when you're boarding this flight.
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Do not carry vape devices with thc/cbd when you're boarding this flight.
Do they check for CBD? it doesn't have much smell...
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It makes one stop at SFO but SFO<->PEK nonstop (the same legs) is $685. Airline pricing is interesting
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Do they check for CBD? it doesn't have much smell...
I wouldn't even risk it. You don't want to give Chinese authorities any reason for them to arrest you.
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Do they check for CBD? it doesn't have much smell...
I wouldn't risk it. Marijuana is not legal there. If you get caught, you will goto prison for a long time.
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Visa requirement depends on your citizenship. There are countries that have visa free travel to China and citizens of those countries can also live in the US, reading about this deal.
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You can just be a normal traveler in a foreign country you know... ain't nothing is going to happen to you when you respect the local laws...
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Good deal - I am from SFO and am tempted to do this even though it's from SAN. About the UA service to China - it is very basic, typical 3-star international route service but nothing wrong with it at all.
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You people are funny. China is one of the safest place on earth if you follow the local law. Now if you are a dissident then you are in one heap of trouble lol.
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