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Any full blown deal addict knows that decent business class deals from the US are a true rarity. Apparently the hot weather in New York has got all the top airlines in a tizzy, and they’re each trying to undercut competitors to offer the best business class deals to Europe. Sure, these are still expensive, but they’re a mere fraction of their usual cost…

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The Flat Bed Deals To Europe…

Delta- Delta is offering $1757 round trip business class fares between Raleigh Durham and Barcelona or Madrid on a wide range of dates. You can check out a sample here. Delta’s sale is valid from June 15th to January 18th. Bookable Example. Two person minimum.

Virgin Atlantic- Virgin are offering $2266 round trip business class fares from New York or Miami to London, with other far lower than average options from Seattle or Los Angeles to London at $2500. Virgin’s sale is from June 15 through to January 18th. Bookable Example.

British Airways- British Airways are offering companion fares to London from New York for $4535 all in for two passengers for travel from July 1st to September 10th, peak summer! You can save $200 per person, knocking it down to $4135 by using this trick, in minutes. Bookable example. 

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How To Book These Deals While They’re Hot!

Business Class between the US and Europe generally runs over $3,000 easily, and most dates are at least $5,000, so it’s not hard to see that there’s value here, if you roll like that. To book these you can go directly to Delta, Virgin Atlantic or British Airways. Booking direct almost always is the best way to go.

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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