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Flights to Dublin in the $400s & $500s round-trip! (Includes St. Patrick’s Day)

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Save big on flights to Ireland!

Have you ever wanted to visit Ireland? Scott’s Cheap Flights posted a deal for flights to Dublin, Ireland in the $400s & 500s round-trip! But, you’ll want to hurry if you want to grab this deal — prices are already going up!

Sally on our team just visited, and she definitely recommends going if you ever get the chance:

“Ireland’s lush landscapes and shorelines are simply breathtaking. Luckily, rental cars are a great deal there so you can get around the entire country for cheap – especially if you can drive a stick. Plus, they pour the perfect pint of Guinness!”

Fares like this normally run about $850 and up, so if you end up buying these you’ll save several hundred dollars. You’ll fly British Airways, Iberia, Finnair, United, Air Canada, Lufthansa or Aer Lingus if you decide to book it. One of the best parts is, there are no bag fees! Also, flights are available around St. Patrick’s Day.

Search Google Flights to find your best dates and Momondo to find the best price! Above is a sample flight from Boston to Dublin March 13 through 20.

Departure city:

  • Boston (BOS) – $435
  • Chicago (ORD) – $531
  • Hartford (BDL) – $454
  • Miami (MIA) – $511
  • New York City (EWR) – $493*
  • New York City (JFK) – $493*
  • New York City (LGA) – $454
  • Orlando (MCO) – $557

If you don’t see your city listed, try finding a cheap fare to one of the above cities using or Google Flights and see if it’s still a deal. Southwest Airlines often offers deals which include 2 checked bags and no change fees, and Frontier Airlines often offers one-way fares as low as $20. (Note that Southwest Airlines does not show up in Google Flights, so you’ll want to be sure to check there too!)

To find out whether you’ll need trip insurance and how to buy it, check out this guide.

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