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More flight deals to Dubai are available this week! East Coast travelers can find the best deals on Delta and United, with flights from from New York (JFK and LGA) and Boston (BOS) to Dubai (DXB) for $670, most of which include a short layover. There are also some discounted fares from Chicago (ORD) and Dallas (DFW) for around $720.

While other recent deals have been on the much more luxurious flights serviced by Emirates, these fares are still a good opportunity to cheaply visit Dubai. The most recent Emirates deal also required you to book for two, whereas the current deals are available for solo passengers.

The discounted fares are available for dates from September until the end of the booking schedule.

Here are a few examples of fares we found:

New York (JFK) to Dubai (DXB) for $670 on Delta

New York (JFK) to Dubai (DXB) for $670 on Delta

New York (LGA) to Dubai (DXB) for $670 on United

New York (LGA) to Dubai (DXB) for $670 on United

Boston (BOS) to Dubai (DXB) for $670 on Delta

Boston (BOS) to Dubai (DXB) for $670 on Delta

Chicago (ORD) to Dubai (DXB) for $720 on United

Chicago (ORD) to Dubai (DXB) for $720 on United

Dallas (DFW) to Dubai (DXB) for $720 on Delta

Dallas (DFW) to Dubai (DXB) for $720 on Delta

Maximize Your Purchase

For an even better deal, remember to use a credit card that earns additional points on airfare purchases, such as the American Express® Gold Card card or Citi Prestige (both of which earn 3 points per dollar spent on airfare), or the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card (which earns 2 point per dollar on travel purchases). For more ideas, check out TPG’s recent post on maximizing airfare purchases.

For more on Dubai, check out TPG’s Destination of the Week post, as well as the Mistake-Fare Guide to Dubai.

If you’re able to score one of these tickets, please share the good news in the comments below!

H/T: The Flight Deal

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