Deal alert: Europe to Miami and San Francisco from £200 return with British Airways

Sep 17, 2019

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With the transatlantic fare competition remaining hot, this deal from Paris (CDG) to Miami (MIA) and San Francisco (SFO) from as low as £200 is an absolute sizzler. Why not make the most of it and tag on a few days in Paris before or after your trip?

This fare is a great example of when it can save money to fly long haul from cities across Europe rather than from home. It doesn’t have to break the bank, either, as getting to Paris has never been easier or cheaper. Eurostar is currently offering one-way fares to the French capital from as low as £29.  If you prefer to fly, using 7,500 Avios through British Airways’ Reward Flight Savers could get you there for only 50p.

The fares are available from November to mid-May 2020.  To book, head to Google Flights and select British Airways as the airline of choice. Next, set the departure airport as Paris (CDG) and the arrival destination as the city of your choice — Miami (MIA) or San Francisco (SFO). Then, all you need to do is scroll through the calendar until you find a suitable set of dates for you. Finally, head to the British Airways website to complete your booking.

Airline: British Airways
Routes: CDG to MIA/SFO via LHR
Cost: £200+ return
Travel Dates: November to mid-May

Here are some examples of what you can book:

Paris (CDG) to San Francisco (SFO) for £200 return:

Paris (CDG) to San Francisco (SFO) for £200 return:

Paris (CDG) to Miami (MIA) for £200 return:

Paris (CDG) to Miami (MIA) for £209 return:

H/T: Notiflyr

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