Flights: Houston to Europe $489-$770 r/t – DL / AA + Alliance Partners

[05/12/2016 @ 9:40 PM] Book this fare on: Priceline, BookingBuddyTravelocityCheapTicketsOrbitzExpedia, Hotwire.
[05/13/2016 @ 1:13 PM] KLM now offering AMS nonstop for $615. Also, most prices have dropped a little bit since this was originally posted.
[05/13/2016 @ 5:17 PM] AA has matched many of these destinations. Noteworthy, London is nonstop for $695.
[05/17/2016 @ 2:50 PM] Fare gone. Removing from deal list.

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Delta and SkyTeam partners (and now AA and Oneworld) have round-trip flights from Houston (IAH / HOU) to multiple cities in Europe for $489-$770 (see list). Flights departing mid-September and to least March 2017. Carrier will depend on dates / destination selected. Most flights have either one or two connections. Holiday blackouts apply somewhat (see note). 7-day minimum stay required.

Note: Most of the flight prices in September and October are going to be about +$100 more than the lowest price listed below. If you want the cheapest dates to fly on, you’ll want to pick flight dates after October.

Note: It’s possible to book the Wednesday before and after New Years for most of these destinations.

Note: Google Flights does not seem to price this correctly at the moment. Use Priceline.

United will often match Delta’s European flash sales. Before you finalize your purchase, do a quick check on BookingBuddy to make sure that another airline or website isn’t offering a better deal or better routing.

Here’s the list of cities we’re seeing on sale:

  • $489 – Moscow (SVO)
  • $539 – Dublin (DUB)
  • $572 – Istanbul (IST)
  • $613 – Madrid (MAD)
  • $615 – Amsterdam (AMS) [NONSTOP]
  • $627 – Barcelona (BCN)
  • $638 – Venice (VCE)
  • $663 – Paris (CDG) [NONSTOP]
  • $672  London(LON) [NONSTOP]
  • $733- Brussels (BRU)
  • $762 – Manchester (MAN)
  • $644 – Zürich (ZRH)
  • $641 – Milan (MIL)
  • $656 – Lisbon (LIS)
  • $749 – Málaga (MGA)
  • $751 – Rome (FCO)
  • $710 – Athens (ATH)
  • $697 – Budapest (BUD)
  • $698 – Frankfurt (FRA)
  • $657 – Copenhagen (CPH)
  • $776 – Düsseldorf (DUS)
  • $675 – Prague (PRG)
  • $765 – Warsaw (WAW)
  • $770 – Berlin (BER)
  • $735 – Vienna (VIE)
  • Note: Other cities in / near those listed may also be available.
  • Example Dates: DUBLIN: (Priceline) Nov 02 – Nov 09 / Nov 16 – Nov 23 / Dec 28 – Jan 04 / Feb 02 – Feb 08 / Other dates: Try midweek flights when you search.
  • Example Dates: PARIS: (PricelineNov 02 – Nov 09 / Nov 16 – Nov 23 / Dec 28 – Jan 04 / Feb 02 – Feb 08 / Other dates: Try midweek flights when you search.
  • Example Dates: LONDON: (PricelineNov 02 – Nov 09 / Nov 16 – Nov 23 / Dec 28 – Jan 04 / Feb 02 – Feb 08 / Other dates: Try midweek flights when you search.
  • Other cities listed in this sale have similar dates available. Try midweek dates first.

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I was able to pull this fare up on Priceline. Other sites don’t seem to price it at the moment. Screenshot taken at 10:22 PM on 5/12/16.

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Most airlines also offer 24-hour free cancellation with varying policies. For example American Airlines allows you to “Hold” a ticket before payment for 24-hours but once you pay for it you can’t cancel without a change fee or penalty, even if it was purchased less than 24-hours ago.

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2 Comments

  1. JT said:

    These prices are now showing up on Google Flights. In some cases even lower than in your list.

    May 13, 2016

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