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Flights to Europe in the $400s round-trip (no change fees)

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Flights to Europe in the $400s round-trip (no change fees)
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Scott’s Cheap Flights has found deals for flights to Europe in the $400s! But you’ll want to hurry if you want to grab these fares — they could disappear at any time. Note: Since US travelers can’t go to Europe right now, Scott and his team are only sending deals from airlines that have waived change fees so you can adjust your plans if needed.

Fares like this normally run about $850 and up, so if you end up buying these, you’ll save several hundred dollars! You’ll find availability generally in fall of 2021 with SAS for basic economy fares. Checked bags add $28 each way.

If you don’t see your city when you search, try checking the price for a cheap domestic flight to the city with the deal to see if it’s still a bargain. Find fares to cities such as Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Brussels, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, London, Luxembourg, Milan, Munich, Nice, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, Venice, Warsaw, Zurich and many more.

From:

  • Boston (BOS) – $428
  • Chicago (ORD) – $445
  • Los Angeles (LAX) – $435
  • Newark (EWR) – $420
  • San Francisco (SFO) – $435
  • Washington DC (IAD) – $435

These fares will sell out quickly and pricing can change at any time. Always be sure to price compare to make sure that you’re getting the best deal. Google Flights and Kayak.com/explore are great resources to check against other carriers, but you’ll want to be sure to book directly with the carrier.

See Clark’s travel planning and booking guide for the best tips on stress-free travel, and check out InsureMyTrip.com for travel insurance.

(Editor’s note: The travel industry is currently under great stress, and the money you pay now may be lost if companies go out of business. See more here.)