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Bali is a place unlike any other. From iconic sunsets to $7 an hour massages and the world’s most photogenic beaches – there’s a lot to love. With flight prices from the U.S. generally running over $1000, it’s not exactly an easy place to get to, but in a rare sale – you can fly round trip, starting under $400. That’s truly exciting stuff.

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Rock Bar Bali

The Deal

China Eastern are back again with one of the deals of the year. Starting at just $393 round trip, which includes a checked bag – you can fly to Bali. Yep, the place where you can rent incredible villas, enjoy world class resorts, hike volcanoes and enjoy phenomenal food. In the deal you can depart Los Angeles, San Francisco or New York, with the very best prices from Los Angeles, and all flights under $475. Here’s ten tips for visiting Bali.

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Viceroy Bali

The Dates

These deals are mainly available in March of 2018, though select dates are available in February and April. This is less than half the usual price, which is incredible.

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Bali Beach


The very best deals are only on Momondo, which shows flight prices from over 3,000 sites. Here are examples from Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York and Dallas for a bit more. Simply play with dates, finding something that works for you on Momondo. All you’ll need to do is follow their links to book. Simple – and you’re going to Bali. Cheers to that!

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Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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