More Amazing Paris Airfare Deals on United – $660 Roundtrip

Sep 26, 2013

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Earlier today, FlyerTalker JakeRyan1 found some amazing roundtrip fares from Honolulu to Paris for as low as $661 in the coming months, and readers reported that they were finding them from other cities as well, so I wanted to do a little follow up here.

I went back to the ITA Matrix – read this post to learn about it and how to use it to find the lowest fares – and though I didn’t search a ton of cities, but I still had a lot of luck finding great fares from several including these roundtrip fares from Seattle to Paris for several months starting in November beginning at a low $660.

Screen shot 2013-09-26 at 2.39.19 PMRemember, you can’t actually book tickets on ITA, so you have to go to an online travel agency like Orbitz or to the airline’s web site itself – in this case, United, to book it.

Screen shot 2013-09-26 at 2.48.25 PMThis itinerary would net you 12,429 miles for $660, or about 5.3 cents per mile.

Phoenix to Paris is also just $660 on several dates in November-January.

Screen shot 2013-09-26 at 2.52.59 PMAnd just a little sampling of fares from other cities:

Salt Lake City: $661
Las Vegas: $654
Nashville: $657
Minneapolis: $658
Detroit: $658
St. Louis: $708

If you find any others, comment here and let us know!

I’d recommend booking these ASAP. United will also let you pay to hold the fare for 72 hours ($6.99) or 7 days ($8.99). I don’t imagine these fares will last very long, so I’d jump on them sooner than later!

Use United's Fare Lock to hold one of these.
Use United’s Fare Lock to hold one of these.

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