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Yes, not $301, or $302… but $300 round trip.

Some flight deals are so cool, they’re almost worth taking just for bragging rights. China is a long way to go in economy, but if you dream of Forbidden cities, Beijing is a must, and getting there for $300 round trip is just crazy good. There’s an extreme sale on at the moment which makes getting to the bustling streets of Mainland China easier than ever, so if you’re in the market – read up, and fast…

a building with a large dome on the waterThe Beijing Flight Deals

Hainan is one of the best mainland carriers operating to the US, with a fleet of beautiful new Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Airbus A350 aircraft. Basically, the ride won’t suck nearly as bad as you think it might. It’s still economy, but “nice ish” economy. And don’t forget that these fares can still earn points with partner Etihad Guest, which is a great loyalty program…

You care, because there are flight deals to Beijing from just $300 round trip all in right now, including deals under $400 from the East Coast too. We found flight deals to Beijing under $450 round trip from…

  • Los Angeles
  • New York
  • Boston
  • San Francisco
  • Las Vegas
  • Seattle
  • Vancouver

The Dates You Can Fly

Each city pair offers slightly different dates, but the lowest prices are around from September 2019 thru February 2020. You’ll find the greatest availability in September and October, and then also in February but some stunning deals are around in November, December and January as well.

a large building with a red roof and a red wall with a red gate with Forbidden City in the backgroundThe lowest prices require at least a two night stay in Asia, which shouldn’t be too much of a problem, considering it’ll take you almost a day to get there, and a day to get back. Stay a while, right? On that note, just make sure you realize that you’ll likely need a Chinese visa to enter the country, so best to get on that now.

How To Book These Outrageous Deals

Booking outrageously good flight deals is fun, because it allows you to see parts of the world you never expected to see, or perhaps just spend more on cool stuff like food while you’re there. We’ve made easy to use links which take you directly to the lowest prices from each city, so simply click, switch the dates for something that works for you and book. It’s easy. Here are the best flight deals to Beijing, like…

While China is a lot cheaper to get to than it once was, these $300 deals are unlikely to last long. Get your dates figured out, tell your boss you quit you need a break and get moving. Enjoy the trip. Here’s how to survive long haul economy too, which may be handy 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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