Airfare Steal: Widespread Availability from U.S. to Europe from $380 Roundtrip! (25K UR, 23.75K TYP)

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Airfare to Europe Under $400 Roundtrip!

American Airlines and its oneworld partners are offering some fantastic roundtrip fares between various U.S. cities and Europe. Unlike most sales where the departure cities are fairly limited, this sale its fairly widespread.



  • New York
  • Boston
  • Philadelphia
  • Seattle
  • Portland
  • Los Angeles
  • Sacramento
  • Las Vegas
  • Tucson
  • Minneapolis
  • Detroit
  • Jacksonville
  • Atlanta
  • San Antonio
  • Memphis
  • Nashville
  • Salt Lake City
  • Indianapolis
  • Milwaukee
  • Kansas City
  • St. Louis
  • Columbus
  • Cincinnati
  • Cleveland
  • Omaha
  • Oklahoma City
  • Spokane
  • Boise
  • Des Moines
  • Richmond
  • Norfolk
  • Tampa
  • Orlando
  • Tulsa
  • El Paso
  • Albuquerque
  • College Station
  • Birmingham
  • Charleston
  • Tallahassee
  • Madison
  • Pensacola
  • possibly more!


  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Rome/Milan/Venice, Italy
  • Paris, France

Need to Know

  • Availability from May, 2017 through February, 2018
  • There are way too many options, so it is fastest to narrow down dates, etc. with Google Flights.
  • Search and book through an OTA or directly through the airline.

Book with ThankYou, Membership Rewards or Ultimate Rewards



These fares should be bookable with your favorite transferable points currency. Some of the better deals are:

  • Book for 1.5 cents per point through the Chase portal if you have a Sapphire Reserve.
  • Book for 1.6 cents per point through Citi ThankYou if you have a Prestige.
  • Get a 50% rebate on the Business Platinum card if American Airlines is your chosen airline.

For more info and sample fares, see: this Secret Flying post.

Happy booking!


  1. Tried booking through Chase with points – the fares I find in OTAs like Expedia do not show in Chase (at least for the dates/routes I am looking for). Do you know any trick for getting the specific route (i.e. fare) I find somewhere else?

  2. Delta has jumped into the fare war and I’m seeing other European destinations like Madrid and London.

    I’m surprised how frequently this has been happening since last Nov.

  3. can somebody report back during their flights to europe over the summer and ask everyone on the plane if they have the CSR? haha. i think it will be an interesting survey. my point being CSR went mainstream for millennials who were totally thinking about their summer vacation plans sponsored by chase. therefore, i wouldnt be surprised if these planes to certain destinations are filled with under 5/24 CC holders.


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