Deal alert: Round-trip flights to Dublin between $350 and $450 from major US cities

Dec 18, 2021

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If you’ve ever wanted to explore the stunning castles, lush greenery and history of the Emerald Isle, this could be your chance to visit Ireland. Multiple airlines are offering round-trip tickets between $350 and $450 to Dublin from major U.S. cities.

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St Patrick's Park, Dublin City, Ireland
The grounds of St Patrick’s Park in Dublin. (Photo by David Soanes Photography/Getty Images)

The deal was first reported by our friends at Scott’s Cheap Flights in a deal first sent to their premium subscribers and is available from January to March 2022. There are also flights available on some routes between October and November 2022.

Deal basics

Airlines: American, Air Canada, Air France, Delta, Lufthansa, TAP Air Portugal and United.
How to book: Directly through airlines’ sites or via Google Flights.
Travel dates: January to March 2022 (not including the travel period near New Year’s Eve) and October to November 2022.

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Sample flights

One of the cheapest deals we found was on Google Flights for a round-trip flight from Chicago (ORD) to Dublin (DUB) with a stop in Lisbon (LIS) at $318 from the end of February to the beginning of March. The fare is for a basic economy ticket on TAP Air Portugal, which includes a personal item and carry-on bag. A checked bag and seat selection options are available for additional fees.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

There are also basic economy options throughout January and February for flights from Newark (EWR) to Dublin on TAP Air Portugal with a stop in Lisbon (LIS) at $386.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

For those traveling from the West Coast, there are a variety of available affordable flights on United, American and Delta from Los Angeles (LAX) to Dublin throughout February starting at $425 round-trip.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Flights during February from Washington, D.C. (DCA), to Dublin are available at $440 round-trip with a stop in New York (JFK). This basic economy flight includes a standard seat and a carry-on with additional costs for a checked bag and seat selection.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

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Bottom line

If the home of Guinness and U2 is calling your name and you want to experience all Dublin has to offer, now might be the time to book. With these deals, you can spend early 2022 exploring the city’s acclaimed heritage, culture and landmarks.

Featured photo by Clint Henderson/The Points Guy.

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