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Promoted 11-21-2016 by johnny_miller at 06:21 PM View Original Post
Delta, British Airways & AA have great prices on Roundtrip Flights from Select US Cities to Select European Cities w/ prices starting from $398. Book flights on Orbitz.com. Thanks munzdeals92

Note, availability between November - May (eligible dates vary by destination)

Click each city to be taken to Google Flight Explorer to find the best availability at the lowest price:

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Written by johnny_miller

  • Arrival cities include: Amsterdam, Netherlands, Athens, Greece, Barcelona/Madrid, Spain Bucharest, Romania, Budapest, Hungary, Brussels, Belgium, Copenhagen, Denmark, Dublin/Shannon, Ireland, Istanbul, Turkey, Lisbon, Portugal London, UK, Milan/Rome, Italy, Paris, France, Prague, Czech Republic, Stockholm, Sweden, Zurich, Switzerland.
  • Refer to the forum thread for additional details and discussion. -johnny_miller

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Edited November 23, 2016 at 10:06 AM by munzdeals92
There seems to be another big discount in fares from many US departure cities to Europe, starting at $398 on Delta, British Airways, and AA.

Availability: November-May

Available departing cities: Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Fort Lauderdale, Honolulu, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Memphis, Miami, Minneapolis, New Orelans, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, San Antonio, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa, Washington DC

Arrival cities: Amsterdam, Netherlands, Athens, Greece, Barcelona/Madrid, Spain Bucharest, Romania, Budapest, Hungary, Brussels, Belgium, Copenhagen, Denmark, Dublin/Shannon, Ireland, Dubrovnik/Split, Croatia, Istanbul, Turkey, Lisbon, Portugal London, UK, Milan/Rome, Italy, Paris, France, Prague, Czech Republic, Stockholm, Sweden, Zurich, Switzerland

Click each city to be taken to Google Flight Explorer to find the best availability at the lowest price.

***Note: On google flight explorer, try inputting southern europe, and eastern europe to find other available cities that don't make it on the Europe list, since its a limited amount of cities on each search.

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Detroit [google.com]
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Honolulu [google.com]
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Memphis [google.com]
Miami [google.com]
Minneapolis [google.com]
New Orelans
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New York [google.com]
Orlando [google.com]
Philadelphia [google.com]
Phoenix [google.com]
Pittsburgh [google.com]
Portland [google.com]
San Antonio
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San Francisco [google.com]
San Jose [google.com]
Seattle [google.com]
St. Louis [google.com]
Tampa [google.com]
Washington DC [google.com]

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Slickdeals makes money off of you clicking through to orbitz and buying.... I think it is much better to buy through airline as you cut out the middle man who is not giving you anything and only taking away your ability to deal with airline directly.

Example, you get to airport and are late, you might still make your plain but it will be really tight.... you bought from travel agent and if you don't make your flight you lose your ticket.... but if you bought through the airline then the agent you deal with might offer to put you on the next flight that leaves in an hour.
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Also note $299 roundtrip flights to Iceland (at least from SFO) on WOW. It's a no-frills airline, but with those expectations, you're gonna have a good time Smilie (and Iceland is, yes, freezing in the winter but still very beautiful!)

Oh, and re Google Flights, some tips...

You can specify a region (e.g., "Europe") for a destination and get a list of helpful cards that show pricing for different cities. You can even bound this via the filters (e.g., just show prices for nonstop, though for this sale, you're generally not gonna find the amazing prices for nonstop flights except for SFO-KEF)
Make sure to use the super-powerful date/calendar options ("Flexible dates" and "Price graph") by clicking in a date field [google.com], though note these won't work for region searches.

Disclaimer: I work on the Google Travel Products team, so I'm biased towards Google Flights Smilie.
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I'm not trying to get political here, but is it cheap because of the refugee problem and more danger overall especially with terrorism?

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http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/21/us/...index.html
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Where do you book these flights? Google claims the price is $434 on Delta but entering the same itinerary on delta.com gives me $1307. Lowest Orbitz can find is $828.
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I booked mine directly on Delta. $450 PDX->BCN.
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Where do you book these flights? Google claims the price is $434 on Delta but entering the same itinerary on delta.com gives me $1307. Lowest Orbitz can find is $828.
I booked a trip about 2 hours ago and noticed that prices were changing fast on Google Flights and ITA. I ended up booking directly on Delta's page; KLM and Air France listed the same prices for the same flights as well.
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Not too shabby. Even includes Atlanta, which sadly doesn't usually get much love.
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Any reason to book on Orbitz versus just booking directly through Delta via the link on G. Flights?
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Any reason to book on Orbitz versus just booking directly through Delta via the link on G. Flights?
Slickdeals makes money off of you clicking through to orbitz and buying.... I think it is much better to buy through airline as you cut out the middle man who is not giving you anything and only taking away your ability to deal with airline directly.

Example, you get to airport and are late, you might still make your plain but it will be really tight.... you bought from travel agent and if you don't make your flight you lose your ticket.... but if you bought through the airline then the agent you deal with might offer to put you on the next flight that leaves in an hour.
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Some ridiculous deals on there. Just got back from 6 weeks in Europe, and unfortunately won't be able to use this deal. But some of those cities in early may might be really nice, especially in spain!
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Where do you book these flights? Google claims the price is $434 on Delta but entering the same itinerary on delta.com gives me $1307. Lowest Orbitz can find is $828.
try clicking through from google or look it up on klm.com

you can also try kayak and kayak should link you to delta or klm with your itinerary populated.
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Also note $299 roundtrip flights to Iceland (at least from SFO) on WOW. It's a no-frills airline, but with those expectations, you're gonna have a good time Smilie (and Iceland is, yes, freezing in the winter but still very beautiful!)

Oh, and re Google Flights, some tips...
  • You can specify a region (e.g., "Europe") for a destination and get a list of helpful cards that show pricing for different cities. You can even bound this via the filters (e.g., just show prices for nonstop, though for this sale, you're generally not gonna find the amazing prices for nonstop flights except for SFO-KEF)
  • Make sure to use the super-powerful date/calendar options ("Flexible dates" and "Price graph") by clicking in a date field [google.com], though note these won't work for region searches.
Disclaimer: I work on the Google Travel Products team, so I'm biased towards Google Flights Smilie.
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I'm not trying to get political here, but is it cheap because of the refugee problem and more danger overall especially with terrorism?

edit:
Travel Alert:
http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/21/us/...index.html
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I'm not trying to get political here, but is it cheap because of the refugee problem and more danger overall especially with terrorism?
Half the locations yes you are right

Ex turkey

But Spain is safe so is Portugal or Bucharest
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any black friday deal ? lol
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Any reason to book on Orbitz versus just booking directly through Delta via the link on G. Flights?
I use cash back sites and earn rewards on orbitz.
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