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I know right? Another one? I’m almost tired of the great deals from British Airways and American because it makes me seem biased in my reporting. I certainly don’t mean to be! On that note, for any other airlines watching, match or beat these deals and I all but guarantee you coverage. British Airways and American have some extremely low fares out of Dublin again meaning happy travels in champagne taste without the business class budget…

Edit: Star Alliance listened, so I will give them coverage! You can fly Swiss, United and possibly even Singapore for virtually the same price, they have matched the Dublin fares!

The Deal

British Airways and American have extremely low fares from Dublin which can route to New York, Los Angeles Las Vegas, San Francisco, Phoenix and more with a variety of clever routings including direct from Dublin or through London for options like the A380 to San Francisco and Los Angeles. You can fly on British Airways or American planes and credit the miles to either great program. Prices for almost all these cities appear to be in the €820-€900, yes Euros! That’s less than six hundred pounds for you London folks! 

My tip: Look for the A380 from BA, the 77W from American or the A321T from NY to LA/SF. They are the best seats you’ll find available. 

The Dates

Travel is permitted from the 19th of March through the 18th of April, or July 1st through August 31st giving great summer travel flexibility. There even appear to be limited dates for next Christmas. New York should have thawed out a bit by April and the rest of the cities should be gorgeous on any of the dates.


Book direct with the airlines American Airlines or British Airways by plugging in dates and routings originated Dublin and going to any of the aforementioned US cities. You can even find Honolulu for a bit more. As an expert tip, if you’re pondering or need your significant others permission, you can put American itineraries on hold for 24 hours risk free. British Airways will grant you a 72 hour hold for £10. Either option can be wise as these fares likely won’t be around for too long.

HT: Flyertalk Dream Creators…

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