Deal Alert: Fly to Hong Kong for under $500 Roundtrip

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Looking to head to Hong Kong this year without spending a whole lot of money? Then, now’s the time thanks to Delta with flights for under $500 between the US and Hong Kong. The cheapest gateway city seems to be from Newark (EWR), San Francisco (SFO), Denver (DEN), and Houston (IAH) plus more!

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You can search for these cheap flights & book on Orbitz or search Google Flights, they are available primarily in April and May of 2016.

Newark to Hong Kong for $483 on Delta:

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San Francisco to Hong Kong for $483 on Delta:

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Denver to Hong Kong for $483 on Delta:

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Bottom Line

If you’re looking to head to Hong Kong in the spring on the cheap, be sure to check out these deals, which are only valid through the end of today and you might be able to save some money on your flight.

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  1. Looks like a big middle finger to United — super cheap prices from their hubs to Asia. I wouldn’t be surprised if United retaliated with discounted flights between NRT & MSP/DTW/SEA.

  2. Called it. UA doing a sale from DTW/ATL/SEA/MSP to HKG (I thought NRT, but they are more blatant than I thought).

    Airline revenue managers are really petty. It’s pretty funny. You can only imagine what they are saying the in offices

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