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When going to an incredible foreign land is cheaper than landing in your next state over- you’ve just gotta go. There are truly ridiculous deals to Beijing from many U.S. cities at the moment, giving you the chance to experience China, cheaper than ever before. This is as good as it gets.

a large building with a red roof and a red wall with a red gate with Forbidden City in the background

The Amazing Economy Deals…

China Southern is going rogue, undercutting the already crazy low fares to Asia by hundreds of dollars. We’re certainly not mad about it! They’re offering fares from New York and Los Angeles for just $379-$389 round trip, with incredible similar fares from San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver and more.

a large airplane flying in the skyThe Dates You Can Jet Off For Less Than $400 Round Trip…

These deals are available from mid October to early December 2017. It’s highly possible you’ll find these deals outside of those dates- but that’s the range when they are easiest to find. Use Google Flights to help you look through entire calendar months of pricing. Tip: be sure to click dates and don’t just rely on the calendar, fares are often lower that way.

How To Book These Deals To Beijing…

We’ve made easy to use links taking you directly to these deals. Simply click and play around with dates to find something that works for you. Here’s an example from: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Vancouver.

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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  1. Hmm I believe the last picture over here is a picture of a place in Singapore…which is not a part of China but a separate country. Last I remember, a Singapore – Beijing flight was as long as a transcon, and overflew at least 4 countries…?

  2. Other cities in China are also showing up sub-$400. Without delving too deeply I see fares to Fuzhou (FOC) as low as $330.

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