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Two years ago, if we told you round trip tickets to Europe with a checked bag would cost $420 round trip – you would’ve laughed us off the internet. Well ha-ha, the jokes on you. Actually, it’s all good. American Airlines is offering incredible $420 round trip deals from both US coasts to the top cities in Europe. We all win.

a bridge over a river with buildings and a bridgeThe Deal

American Airlines and their partners Iberia, British Airways and Finnair have launched a sale to Zurich, Dublin and Paris. Unlike most sales, which are East Coast only, this one is available from both coasts, and places in between. You can depart from Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Washington DC and Boston. Miami and Las Vegas are available for slightly more.

a large tower with a fountain and Eiffel Tower in the backgroundThe Dates

These deals are available from March 2018 thru early June 2018 and then again from mid August thru early December 2018. Not every date will be available, but if you use these cunning Google Flights tricks, you’ll find them with ease!

a city skyline with lights reflecting on waterBooking

We love easy – and thought you might too. Here are example links at the best prices to Zurich from: Los AngelesBoston, San Francisco. Deals to Paris from: New York, Boston, Miami, San Francisco, Orlando. And to Dublin from: New York, Boston, San Francisco and Cincinnati, It’s possible that tickets could be even cheaper using one of these slick booking sites. Only one way to find out! Either way, Europe is on the horizon!

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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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