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Oh Paris, the city of love, croissants, delicious wine, vast culture and remarkable history. It’s always a good time to go to Paris. For those on the other side of the pond, already in or near Paris, don’t worry, for once you’re not left out. it’s always a good time to head to Los Angeles, New York, Boston or Miami to experience some star studded adventure. For less than $350, who’s counting!

a city with a river and a bridge

The Super Economy Deals…

Norwegian, the airline other airlines love to hate, but passengers love to love is offering incredibly low fares once again, between both East and West Coast USA and Paris. Starting from either side of the pond you can grab round trip flights for as little as $324.

a large white sign on a hill

The Dates You Can Book…

These deals can be found for travel in December 2017 or January, February or March of 2018 from Miami (MIA), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Los Angeles (LAX), New York (JFK) or Boston (BOS) to Paris (PAR) or vice versa. October and November are included if you’re starting in Paris. Enter Paris or one of these cities in this Google Flights link to find dates that work during the date range.

30 Rockefeller Plaza skyline at sunset

How To Book This Awesome Deal…

Use this Google Flights link for an example starting in the US, and this one starting in the other direction, in Paris. You can change the departure city, and then click the calendar to see all the dates where $324-$350 fares are available. Dates are drying up fast, so don’t wait if you’re into this.  It’s an amazing deal.

palm trees in front of buildings

Our Thoughts On Norwegian Economy…

Norwegian economy is a lot of bang for the buck, even if you have to pay for a checked bag, or a seat assignment. Their carry on allowance is pretty generous, so it’s entirely possible to avoid checking in a bag. If you’re not traveling with a companion a seat assignment isn’t necessary either. If you need all of the above, the fare will set you back up to another $100 all in, which is still a complete bargain, unless of course a mainstream carrier has the same price with all of those things included. We had a great experience flying the airline, which you can check out here.

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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