When you're presented with a ridiculously cheap business deal and the only choice you have to make is between going to New York or Los Angeles, life is good. When you can earn a whopping 25,000 bonus miles on top of all the miles you'll get for taking the flight, score instant elite status in some cases and fly in total style between European capitals and US hotspots, there's only one thing to do: get booking. 

The Deal

Remember those amazing Dublin deals from last year? Who cares, they're back and better than ever! You can fly from Dublin (through London) to New York or Los Angeles, returning to Dublin or Paris (perhaps through London) with American, British Airways or Open Skies. Want to trade your economy seat for flat beds, lounges, fast track and champagne without paying much more? Do it. The best deal? Dublin to New York or Los Angeles, returning to Paris. 

UPDATE: If you book through British Airways, you can use 30,000 miles to take £300 off bringing the total £500...

The Dates

This deal is bookable for travel from June 25th to August 22nd, the 23rd of November to the 30th of November or the 18th of December through January 4th. You'll need to book 28 days in advance to lock in the best prices. Wanna know how to book? Keep reading!

Ok, This Is Amazing, Let's Book...

I could give you a list of complicated steps to search for yourself, or I could just hand you links to play around with. Assuming you'd be much happier with the latter, HERE's a link with an itinerary priced out at the lowest level to and from New York. Here's one to Los Angeles, returning from New York. If LA is for you, you'll just need to use miles or find a cheap one way from Los Angeles to New York to connect the open jaw. Simply adjust your dates or cities on the link page as you wish to make the perfect trip for you, follow the instructions to book from Google Flights and voila! 

I Can Fly American, British Airways Or Open Skies, Which Should I Take?

These itineraries will most likely book through American Airlines, which earn full miles and tier points on British Airways and will likely include travel on British Airways, Open Skies or American. We've reviewed each of them and if you'd like a look at each experience, click their names above.

Any Expert Tips To Maximize The Experience?

Yes, quite a few actually, thanks for asking. First, you're going to want to register for the American Airlines 25,000 mile bonus promotion. On a round trip you could earn a whopping 35,000 miles. You'll also want to register for the American Airlines Platinum Challenge, allowing you to turn these flights into One World Sapphire status, giving you lounge access for a year, even when you fly economy among other perks. Details Here

UPDATE: If you book through British Airways, you can use 30,000 miles to take £300 off bringing the total £500...