Deal Alert: Fly to Eastern Europe under $450 round-trip from major US cities

Jan 9, 2022

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If you have ever wanted to explore the history and culture of Eastern Europe, this deal could be for you. LOT Polish Airlines, a partner of United, is offering round-trip flights from major U.S. cities to Hungary and Poland for under $450 round-trip.  

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(Budapest, Hungary. Photo by Interpixels/Getty Images)

The deal was reported by Thrifty Traveler Premium, which for $7.99 monthly or $49.99 annually will send news of cheap flights, award flight sales and business-class deals to your email.

Deal basics

Airlines: LOT Polish Airlines.
How to book: Directly with the airline or through Google Flights.
Travel dates: February-May and September-November.

Related: The 7 best ways to redeem points and miles for flights to Europe

Sample Flights

The deals below on LOT Polish Airlines include a meal, standard seat and carry-on up to 17 pounds in weight. A seat selection and checked bag will cost extra.

One of the least expensive deals was a nonstop flight from Miami (MIA) to Warsaw (WAW) at $427 round-trip.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Nonstop flights from Chicago (ORD) to Warsaw (WAW) were also $427 round-trip throughout February and March.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Chicagoans who want to travel to one of the oldest cities in Poland have flight options to explore Krakow (KRK) at $449 round-trip with a stop in Warsaw (WAW).

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

For the same price, those on the East Coast could book a trip from New York (JFK) at $427 round-trip and Newark (EWR) to Warsaw (WAW) at $428 round-trip.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)
(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

If New Yorkers want to head to Hungary for views of the Chain Bridge and historical architecture they can do so on a budget. A flight from New York (JFK) to Budapest (BUD) will cost $478 round-trip throughout February and March, with a stop in Warsaw.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Related: 10 Things No One Tells You About… Budapest

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