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When luck strikes- what do you do? If it’s up to us, you’d realize that $365 round trip flights between the U.S. and Ireland, aboard the country’s national airline are pretty fantastic. If you’ve been fancying a trip to the Emerald Isle, or just trying to get off of it, and visit the U.S, without shelling out too many Emeralds, this Aer Lingus deal is fantastic. Here’s how to get in…

And if you’re even more adventurous, there are $231 round trip flights on Norwegian from Providence or Newburgh to Dublin, and vice versa. Hey, we survived it.

The Deals

AerLingus is tired of Norwegian and WOW Air shuttling people to Ireland. The airline has slashed prices to enticing levels, offering $365 round trip tickets from Boston and New York to Shannon or Dublin. Other U.S. cities are available for around $400. These prices don’t include a checked bag, but they do include most other standard features. For a checked bag, prices will be around $400 round trip, and at that price – you can also fly Delta direct, as well.

The Dates

These deals are available from January 2018 thru march 2018. It’s highly possible that other dates exist at these prices, but this is when we found the best fares.

Booking The Deals

Booking is easy! We’ve made easy to use links from all the cheapest cities. Some deals will show up as $406 on Google Flights, but when you click over to AerLingus, they’ll drop down to $365. Here’s $365 round trip to Dublin from: New York, Boston. Here’s $365 round trip to Shannon from New York, Boston. And here’s $406+ round trip to Dublin from: ChicagoWashington DC, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

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