American Airlines: Dallas to Europe $391-$504 r/t – Oneworld

[11/22/2016 @ 12:01 PM] Book this fare on: Priceline, Travelocity, CheapTickets, Orbitz, Expedia, Hotwire, BookingBuddy.
[11/23/2016 @ 2:05 PM] Fare gone. AA/DL/UA and their alliance partners have all pulled their fares. Removing from deal list.

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It seems that American Airlines is finally taking the SkyTeam/Star Alliance sale to Europe from its DFW HQ/Hub seriously. They are now matching many of the destinations in Europe that their competitors have been offering for the past several days now. If you’re an AA loyalist, these low cpm fares may help pad your mileage account.

American Airlines is offering round-trip flights from Dallas (DFW) to many destinations in Europe (see list below) for $391-$504, either NONSTOP or with a single-stop. Flights from November to April 2017. Expect prices to fluctuate by +/- $25.

Note: Most of Europe is on sale with the carrier depending on the destination. This post is going to focus on AA, but if you’re wanting DL/UA they’re probably offering a similar price for most of these. If an expanded detailed post exists for the destination, we’ve linked to it below as well.

Here’s the list of what we’re seeing on AA/Oneworld:

  • $504 – London (Nonstop)
  • $429 – Paris (Nonstop)
  • $391 – Madrid (Nonstop)
  • $401 – Barcelona
  • $452 – Frankfurt (Nonstop)
  • $420 – Amsterdam
  • $469 – Munich
  • $441 – Rome
  • $470 – Vienna
  • $417 – Dublin
  • $470 – Berlin
  • $412 – Zurich (Midweeks)
  • $398 – Milan
  • $441 – Venice
  • $452 – Prague (2-stops)
  • $470 – Athens
  • $470 – Berlin
  • This is not a comprehensive list of every available destination that AA is matching, I’m sure I missed a few of the destinations that don’t have a lot of traffic. You’ll need to experiment on your own if you’re looking for some of those.
  • Example Dates: (Priceline / Travelocity) Dec 06 – Dec 13 / Jan 13 – Jan 20 / Jan 20 – Jan 27 / Jan 27 – Feb 03 / Feb 10 – Feb 17 / Feb 17 – Feb 24 / Feb 24 – Mar 03 / Mar 03 – Mar 10 / Mar 06 – Mar 13 / Mar 15 – Mar 22 / Mar 16 – Mar 23 / Mar 23 – Mar 30 / Apr 14 – Apr 21 / Apr 25 – May 02 / May 05 – May 12 / Other dates: Try Wednesday, Thursday or Friday departures and returns.
  • Before you finalize your purchase, do a quick check on BookingBuddy to see if any other site is offering a better deal.
  • If you want to see other deals that are still bookable you should check out the “Bookable Deals” page on our site. It filters out deals that have expired, or have low availability.

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I was able to pull this fare up on Priceline and it should be available on all of the major booking sites. Screenshot taken at 12:01 PM on 11/22/16.

Dallas to London NONSTOP: Jan 13 - Jan 20
Dallas to London NONSTOP : Jan 13 – Jan 20
Dallas to Madrid : Jan 13 - Jan 20
Dallas to Madrid NONSTOP : Jan 13 – Jan 20

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Note: OTAs such as Travelocity and Priceline allow free cancellation without penalty within 24-hours after you purchase. As deals sell-out or expire quickly, this policy will allow you to “lock-in” the cheap fare while you sort out a plan. Just keep in mind that after 10 PM the next day, you will not be able to cancel without the regular penalty. On Travelocity, you can easily see if your ticket allows a free cancellation, just look for “FREE Cancellation” next to the booking button at checkout.

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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