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Say au revoir to daily life, and bonjour to one of the best cities on the planet. Everyone always talks about going to Paris one day, but for $367- less than the cost of a boring plane ticket in the US, you can actually do it. Food, wine, sights, museums… croissants. This is a deal alert worth acting on!

The Super Economy Deal…

Iceland on the bucket list too? You can check it out on this deal- for free. Icelandair is a full service airline, offering free seat assignments, checked bags and meals. To fight off competition they’ve dropped fares as low as they go, just $367 round trip from many US cities like New York, Washington DC, San Francisco, Chicago and Seattle to Paris, with a free stop in Iceland on the way. You can spend multiple days or just a single day in the iconic destination, checking out glaciers, lagoons and epic volcanic mountains before carrying on to Paris. Other airlines like American Airlines also have similar fares too!

The Dates You Can Jet Off To France…

These deals are widely available from September 2017- May 2018. Some dates, including peak holidays may not be included, but you can grab these deals on multiple dates in each month. The best way to find dates that work for you at the price described is to use Google Flights.

How To Book These AMAZING Deals…

We created handy links to Google Flights with sample dates at the price described- making it incredibly easy for you to book. Here’s a link from New York, Washington DC, Chicago, Seattle and San Francisco. Other cities may be available, but we got things to do. Sorry! Now, you do too, so get to booking and enjoy the magic of Paris!

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