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Not long ago (at all), $800 was a great deal for economy flights between the US and Europe. Now that has slid down to $600 and below. Bu for less than $300 more round trip, travel can begin to feel like a completely different equation. Wide comfortable seats, better meals and even an extra checked bag are just the beginning and there are limited time great deals to make Europe more accessible than ever.

the seats in a planeThe Deals

American and British Airways are in a fierce battle to introduce real premium economy seats before everyone else. That includes Delta. They’ve slashed fares from East Coast US cities to $888 round trip, offering serious comfort at a reasonable price. The best deals are perhaps from New York, where you can fly direct on British Airways boutique airline “OpenSkies” into closer Paris Orly airport, in a seat that’s truly exceptional. Other great deals are available from Boston and Miami aboard all airlines.

a city with a tall towerThe Dates

These deals are available from February thru May, before returning again in August for travel up to the end of December 2018. Not all dates will be available, but if you use these handy Google Flights tricks, you’ll find perfect dates with ease.

a row of black chairs in an airplaneBooking

These deals can be booked directly with the airline, offering the best customer service experience. We love easy, so we’ve made easy to use links taking you directly to the great prices to Paris from: New York, Boston and Miami. Other cities are potentially available, so give it a look and get going! These deals are theoretically upgradeable with points, so if you’re interested, be sure to book with whichever airline you have the points you’d like to use, for your upgrade. Otherwise you won’t be able to.

This is just about as low as we ever see Premium Economy from the US – so enjoy! And yes, you can use miles to upgrade to business class!

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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