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Chicago: the new home of post season baseball, michelin starred dining, gorgeous lake views and attractions galore. though deep summer and mid winter can be brutal in the windy city, autumn and spring are as good as it gets. There are some great deals on American and United, getting you to Chicago from many U.S. cities for just $89+ round trip…

The Deals To Chicago…

American, United and JetBlue are each offering extremely attractive deals from quite a few U.S. cities, including New York, Boston and Miami, with similar attractive deals from San Francisco, Los Angeles and other West Coast U.S. cities. A select few of these deals are basic economy, but many are not- and there are easy ways to bypass basic economy, turning this into a potentially fantastic deal. In many cases, JetBlue is nearly matching prices and offers standard economy, which can be a great look as well.

The Dates You Can Jet Off

These deals are fairly widely available in October, November and December– though excellent deals are available for anyone looking to book early for next year. The easiest way to search is by using Google Flights, which show an entire calendar month of pricing. Luckily, we’ve got handy example links below.

How To Book These Deals…

Here are example links from: New York City, Boston, Washington DC, Miami, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Play around with dates looking for the prices mentioned in the post. If you have a United or American Airlines credit card, you automatically bypass basic economy fares and if you don’t you can still beat them, depending on which airline you book with and if you have any elite status with the airline or alliance. Of course you can always pay around $30 more to avoid basic economy entirely! Still a great deal at these prices!

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