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Flights to Beijing in the $300s & $400s round-trip

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Flights to Beijing in the $300s & $400s round-trip
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Save 50% or more on round-trip flights to China!

Have you ever dreamed of walking the Great Wall, visiting the Forbidden City, tasting some amazing dumplings or standing in one of the largest public squares in the world? If so, now is your chance! If you’ve already been, now’s your chance to go back. Scott’s Cheap Flights just sent out a notice for round-trip fares to Beijing in the $300s & $400s, but you’ll want to book fast — these deals will only last a day or two!

These discounted fares are available on American, Hainan, Delta, Air Canada and United for travel generally January through May 2020, including Thanksgiving and Chinese New Year. Fares normally start at $850 round-trip so you can save 50% or more! If you don’t see your city listed, try grabbing a cheap flight to a city with the deal and see if it’s still a good bargain.

To Beijing (PEK) from:

  • Allentown (ABE) – $486
  • Billings (BIL) – $465
  • Boston (BOS) – $495
  • Bozeman (BZN) – $460
  • Daytona Beach (DAB) – $405
  • Eugene (EUG) – $400
  • Great Falls (GTF) – $465
  • Jackson Hole (JAC) – $465
  • Las Vegas (LAS) – $366
  • Missoula (MSO) – $465
  • Oakland (OAK) – $449
  • Palm Springs (PSP) – $350
  • Redmond (RDM) – $405
  • Sacramento (SMF) – $444
  • San Jose (SJC) – $366
  • Santa Ana (SNA) – $450
  • Seattle (SEA) – $366
  • Spokane (GEG) – $450

* – nonstop / direct

Pricing can change at any time so book quickly. Be sure to note that a visa is required for entry into China for stays lasting longer than 72-hours and U.S. citizens must obtain one prior to arrival. You can find further details about applying for a Chinese visa here.

Search Google Flights or Kayak.com/explore to find the best travel dates and prices and see Clark’s travel planning and booking guide for the best tips on stress-free travel.