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It appears that United and Delta are trying to outdo one another on their pricing to Dubai for departures this May – November. Thanks to a tip from our friends at Stealth Trips, we found several great deals from United and Delta hubs to Dubai for flights as low as $640 roundtrip.

Here are some details about these fares:

– Destination: Dubai
– Departure: NYC, Boston, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, others.
– Dates: as early as May 4th, through this Fall.
– Where to BuyOrbitz has all of these deals, as do and

Here are some sample round-trip flights we found:

New York- Dubai:
United Price: $640 RT
Mileage: 14,596 PQMs

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Chicago- Dubai:
United Price: $690 RT
Mileage: 15,316 PQMs

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Houston to Dubai:
United Price: $690 RT
Mileage: 16,518 PQMs
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Dallas-Ft. Worth- Dubai
Delta Price: $690 RT
Mileage: 16,654 MQMs
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New York (LGA)- Dubai
Delta Price: $640 RT
Mileage: 16,716 MQMs
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Delta Price: $640 RT
Mileage: 17,086 MQMs
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When booking these, be sure to use a credit card that maximizes airfare purchases, like 3x on airfare with the American Express® Gold Card or 2x on the Chase Sapphire Preferred. Check out this post for more on maximizing airfare purchases.

Consider checking out the Park Hyatt Dubai
Consider checking out the Park Hyatt Dubai

Also check out our Dubai posts including the Destination of the Week: Dubai and the Etihad Mistake-Fare Guide to Dubai including some of the best sights, dining, and hotels while in Dubai.

If you’re able to score these cheap flights to Dubai, we’d love to hear, so feel free to comment below with your successes!

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