Deal alert: Flights to Dublin from under $450 round-trip
Ireland is full of charming people, castles and fun things to do like visiting the vibrant Temple Bar area and distilleries. Multiple airlines are offering round-trip fares to Dublin from major U.S. cities starting at $430.
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Scott’s Cheap Flights, which offers a premium membership starting at $49 a year for alerts on discounted fares, found this deal which is available in February and March.
Airlines: Air France, Delta, KLM
Routes: EWR/IAD/JFK/LGA/LAX/MIA/ORD to DUB.
How to book: Directly through the airlines or via Google Flights.
Travel dates: February – March
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The deals below are for basic economy seats, which include a standard seat and carry-on. A seat selection, checked bag and any ticket changes will cost extra.
One of the cheapest fares available was on Delta for a nonstop flight from New York (JFK) to Dublin (DUB) at the beginning of March for $430 round-trip.
Travelers flying from Washington D.C. (IAD) to Dublin (DUB) can fly for $445 round-trip with a stop in New York (JFK) each way. You can also book this fare on Virgin Atlantic, a Delta partner.
For the same price, Floridians can fly from Miami (MIA) to Dublin (DUB) for $445 round-trip on Delta. There is a stop in Boston (BOS) on the outbound flight and in New York (JFK) on the return.
Flyers can go from Los Angeles (LAX) to Dublin (DUB) for $459 round-trip. The departure is on Air France with a stop in Paris (CDG) and the return is on Delta with a stop in New York (JFK).
Throughout March, flights are available from Chicago (ORD) to Dublin (DUB) for $468 round-trip. The flight includes a stop in New York (JFK) when flying out and a stop in Boston (BOS) on return.
Related: Ireland scraps testing requirement making it one of the easier destinations for Americans
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Ireland isn’t just the home of Guinness and Jameson whiskey. Dublin has much to offer, from lively nightlife, to incredible museums and and breathtaking views of lush greenery. Don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity to experience the history and culture of the Emerald Isle.