Deal Alert: Cheap US Airways Flights to Europe from $400

Oct 14, 2014

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Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.

Per the Flight Deal, US Airways is offering some great deals on flights to Europe right including to Dublin, Madrid, Venice, Barcelona and Brussels to name a few. These fares will not last long, so if you are interested book now and remember US Airways offers a risk free 24 hour cancellation policy if you needed to cancel.

I was able to search on their site and found round-trip flights from Newark to Dublin for only $405 round-trip including all taxes and fees.

Fly from EWR to DUB for only $405 roundtrip.
Fly from EWR to DUB for only $405 roundtrip.

If you live on the west coast, you can still get in on the action as well since fares from San Francisco to Dublin are starting at $465.

Fly from SFO-DUB for only $465 roundtrip.
Fly from SFO-DUB for only $465 roundtrip.

The best to search for these is by using the ITA Matrix to check for dates with these cheap fares available, as it will show you a calendar view by prices, but you can also search directly on the US Airways site.

EWR-DUB availability using IATA Matrix.
EWR-DUB availability using ITA Matrix.

I don’t expect these to last long, however currently I see some decent availability in November, December, so if you are looking to head to Europe this fall, be sure to check out these amazing fares so see if you can save some cash. Apparently these fares are good well into 2015 as well (Jan, Feb, March, April and May), so it can’t hurt to look then as well.

Newark-Dublin for $405 is also available in March/April.
Newark-Dublin for $405 is also available in March/April.

If you want to earn even more points, you can earn 3x points on airfare with the American Express Premier Rewards Gold or 2x rewards on the Chase Sapphire Preferred. Check out this post for more on maximizing airfare purchases.

Hat Tip: The Flight Deal

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