Say au revoir to 2017 being “just another year”. Why? Because you’re going to Paris. You’re going to Paris because a deal came up that was so enticing, you couldn’t say no. Instead of boring old hello, you get to say things like bonjour, vin, Tower de’Β Eiffel, more vin and ooh la la. Get your wallet and get ready to book an awesome offer on a great French airline…

This deal has EXPIRED, but is still available in the $400’s…. If you missed it, follow us on Facebook and TwitterΒ to get in on the next….

The Deal…

British Airways has a boutique French airline called OpenSkies, which operates a couple amazing direct flights everyday from New York into Paris Orly, the much closer in airport in Paris that isn’t chaos. They’re offering $385 fares, but we have a nifty trick to turn those into $297 round trip fares, which is a reason to get started practicing your ooh la la’s.

The Dates You Can Book…

This deal is available on select dates in March, April and May, and then again available almost any day in August, September, October or November. Use GoogleFlights to look for prices in the high $300’s, but DON’T book through there. We’ll show you why…

Join AARP To Save $65, Even If You’re 12….

AARP no longer has an age requirement, but they do still have a discount on EVERY British Airways or OpenSkies ticket you buy. If you join AARP for $16, then go to Member Benefits, Travel Benefits, British Airways, you’ll be redirected to the British Airways page where up to 8 people can save $65 per ticket and book. Or, you can try our link first to see if you sneak in

Then Save More If You Use Visa…

If you Β pay with a Visa card you can save even more. At check out you can enter CARDOFFERU into the promo code box, where you’ll save even more, bringing the total to $297! That’s an amazing price for a full service economy experience with free checked bag!

If You Have British Airways Miles, Make It Almost FREE…

If you have British Airways miles you can use them as partial payment for your ticket. For 33,000 miles you can save over $220, which would make this roughly a $100 ticket! This isn’t a great way to maximize your miles, but it’s hard to argue with the savings…