Deal Alert: Fly To Paris for $492 Roundtrip from the US


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Looking to head to Europe this year without spending a whole lot of money? Then, LOT has got you covered with flights starting at $492 between either New York or Chicago and Paris, France. 

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You can search for these cheap flights on Google Flights or book on Orbitz, which is available primarily in February, March, and April of 2016.

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Bottom Line

If you’re looking to head to Europe this winter on the cheap, be sure to check out these deals, which won’t last long, so book now and then decide, since Orbitz offers a 24-hour risk free cancellation window.

Make sure to use a card that will earn you bonus points on your airline purchase, like the Premier Rewards Gold Card from American Express which earns you 3X points for flights booked with airlines! You can read all about the additional new benefits of this card here, like the new $100 airline fee credit!

Hat Tip: The Flight Deal

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