Deal Alert: 50% off Fares from Barcelona to Boston, San Francisco and Santiago

Jun 5, 2019

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Flight deals are typically only available on limited dates. To find the best dates and prices, we usually recommend you use Google Flights‘ calendar which shows prices across entire months. For this deal you will need to use 50% off promo codes with the airline LEVEL, which has rolled out the deals to celebrate its birthday.

In the same way as the deal we published earlier, this is another great example of how you can save big by starting your journey from mainland Europe and connecting on for these amazing fares from Barcelona by using a Reward Flight Saver from the UK. Why not build in a couple of nights in the Catalonian capital while you’re at it? If you do, make sure you don’t make these mistakes.

For flights from Barcelona to Santiago, Chile, you’ll need to use this promo code: FELIZ

For flights from Barcelona to Boston, you’ll need to use this promo code: HAPPY

For flights from Barcelona to San Francisco, you’ll need to use this promo code: BIRTHDAY

Airline: LEVEL
Routes: BCN to SCL/BOS/SFO
Cost: £127+ return
Travel Dates: from November 2019 to February 2020 (excluding Christmas and New Year)

Here is an example of what you can book:

Barcelona (BCN) to Boston (BOS) for £127 return:

Barcelona (BCN) to San Francisco (SFO) for £168 return:

Barcelona (BCN) to Santiago (SCL) for £242 return:

H/T: Secret Flying

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