Nonstop flights to London in the $300s & $400s round-trip!

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Save 50% or more on round-trip flights to London!

London isn’t always a cheap destination, so when the flight deals come in you want to book and book fast! Scott’s Cheap Flights just sent out some great deals on round-trip, nonstop flights to London, with prices starting at only $316. Don’t wait to book though — they will only last a day or two!

These discounted fares are available with American, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and United with travel generally January through May and late August through mid-November 2020. Fares like this normally run $850 and up so this deal can save you 50% or more! The cheapest available fares are for basic economy, which means early seat selection and a checked bag are extra.

If you don’t see your city listed, try finding a cheap flight from your city to the city with the deal to see if it’s still a good price!

TO: London (LGW)

  • New York City (JFK) – $316*
  • Orlando (MCO) – $347*
  • Tampa (TPA) – $365*

TO: London (LHR)

  • Boston (BOS) – $352*
  • Chicago (ORD) – $401*
  • Denver (DEN) – $481*
  • Los Angeles (LAX) – $350*
  • Miami (MIA) – $350*
  • Newark (EWR) – $350*
  • Philadelphia (PHL) – $400*
  • Portland (PDX) – $472*
  • San Francisco (SFO) – $367*
  • San Jose (SJC) – $385*
  • Seattle (SEA) – $350*

* – nonstop / direct

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 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.

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