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We’ve got news for you America: you can’t truly call yourself Irish until you’ve actually visited the Emerald Isle. Ireland is a dream trip however you slice it, and no journey through the beautiful country can bypass Dublin. Home to Guinness, Rugby, Game of Thrones filming locations and just a generally awesome buzz, Dublin is a must. For bragging rights and everything else, now is the time to go to Dublin, and $285 round trip flights really help…

The Flight Deals

Blame BREXIT or just lots of new airlines launching flights, but Ireland is the new “it” destination du jour, and that’s great news if you want to go. Major airlines have round trip flights from the USA from just $290 round trip and that’s probably cheaper than going to a sports bar in Times Square full of people who claim to be Irish. You can jet off for under $300 all in from New York or Boston, and just over $300 from Chicago, Miami and Washington DC.

The Travel Dates

The best deals are available in October, November and early December of 2019 which gives you plenty of time to plan and work on your “top o’ the marning to ye”. Irish people love that, we promise. Be sure to say it as often as possible when you walk into any establishment. To get the lowest prices you’ll need to stay in Dublin for at least two nights. These deals can even include a free stopover in Portugal for no additional airfare.

dublin irelandHow To Book

These flights are super easy to book. You just need to click a link, then fiddle with dates and then enter some credit card details and dance around the room a little bit. A Guinness might be in order too. Here are the lowest round trip flight deals to Dublin, like…

Dublin is loads of fun any time of year, and things are particularly excellent in fall as tourism numbers drop, which allows for more local experiences. At these prices, there’s a lot to love. Does whiskey or Guinness really taste better in Ireland? There’s only one way to find out…

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