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Under $400 Round-Trip Flights To Europe This Fall & Winter If You Act Fast

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From right now through October 2nd, Americans can buy tickets to fly round-trip to several European cities for under $400. The deal is in celebration of World Tourism Day (9-27) and offers heavily discounted flights to 7 popular European destinations for travelers flying out of Boston (BOS), Baltimore/D.C. (BWI), and New York (SWF).

The deal is valid for flights booked between October 1st and December 15th. As long as travelers purchase tickets before midnight (EST) on October 2nd, the deal will apply. Read on to find out who is offering the flights, which European destinations are included, and see some real cost examples for each destination.

Tower Bridge in London in the fall

Who Is Offering The Flights?

Icelandic budget carrier PLAY has decided to celebrate World Tourism Day with a fantastic travel deal. Fares start between $99 and $129 as part of a round-trip booking. For those who were hoping to fly one way, the discount will not apply. PLAY is a relatively new low-cost carrier and recently started some new routes between the U.S. and Europe over the summer. Their latest deal announcement comes just in time for travelers interested in visiting Europe this fall.

Play airplane in the clouds, cheap flights by play
Image Courtesy Of: PLAY

Note On Pricing

PLAY is a low-cost carrier that does not include luggage with ticket prices. For direct flights to and from Europe, travelers can expect the following fees if they book online and include baggage in their booking. Fees are dependent on destination, dates, and booking method. **NOTE: Fees are PER FLIGHT.

  • Carry-on: $26-39
  • Checked Bag (44lbs.): $33-46

If you can fit everything you need in a personal item, you won’t pay any extra bag fees. For PLAY, a personal item will have max dimensions of 17x13x10 inches, including handles and wheels, and must weigh less than 22 lbs.

7 European Destinations On Sale


Hot spring in Iceland as part of cheap flights by PLAY

Home to some of the world’s most unique and stunning landscapes, Iceland is a destination every traveler should have on their bucket list. Volcanoes, glaciers, hot springs, black beaches, waterfalls, and towering mountains await your Icelandic adventure. Travel worry-free knowing you are visiting the safest country in the world.


Paris in the fall, part of cheap flights by play

Paris hardly needs an introduction. Nearly every traveler frequenting Europe has been to Paris or plans to visit one day. Endless museums, landmarks, art, and food draw millions of travelers to this city year after year. Take in the sights from the top of the Eiffel Tower before enjoying a river cruise to view the city from a unique perspective.


Travelers enjoying London next to tower bridge

London is right there with Paris and is on every European traveler’s bucket list. Home to a rich history, royal landmarks, and double-decker buses, London is one of the most visited destinations in Europe. Travel Off Path recently reported that it may be difficult to book flights to London. However, this was primarily because of British Airways and London Heathrow. PLAY flies into London Stansted and will not experience the same issues.



Home of the best Guinness on Earth, Dublin is worth visiting at least once in your lifetime. The city has an extensive history and many landmarks to explore, such as Dublin Castle or the Book of Kells exhibition at Trinity College. Dublin is an excellent base to explore more of the surrounding area, such as Glendalough, which lies about an hour south of Dublin. Walking through this beautiful slice of the country will have you wondering if you’ve stepped into a fairy tale!


Female Tourist Taking A Picture Of The Bradenburg Gate In Berlin, The Capital Of Germany

Fantastic nightlife, rich history, great food, better beer, and incredible museums make Berlin a must if you are headed to Germany. Make sure you visit these top 7 places in Berlin, including Brandenburg Gate. For those on a budget (these are budget flights, after all), check out Travel Off Path’s guide on how to visit Berlin on a budget!


Tourists Biking Through Copenhagen, Denmark. Part of PLAYs cheap flights to Europe

Denmark was one of the first countries to drop all Covid entry requirements and is considered the third safest country in the world. The city has excellent transportation, so getting around to check out all the sights is easy. Make sure to visit Rosenborg Castle, a travelers’ favorite.


Liverpool, England

The city of The Beatles, Liverpool, is a great city for music lovers. The city is a UNESCO city of music and always has shows to attend. Head to Castle Street for some of the best food the city has to offer before capping off the night at one of the city’s charming pubs.

Real Flights Example Costs

All the fares below are based on round-trip tickets leaving out of New York (SWF), and dates for each fare are listed. Note that baggage is not included, but many fares would still fall below $400 round-trip, depending on baggage fee variations. All fares below were found on 9-27, and prices are subject to change based on availability.

Fare Example Costs
Image Courtesy Of: PLAY
  • Iceland Real Cost: $353.21
    • Dates: Oct. 10th – 17th
  • Paris Real Cost:  $301.79
    • Dates: Oct. 10th – 18th
  • London Real Cost: $345.19
    • Dates: Oct. 10th – 17th
  • Dublin Real Cost: $331.28
    • Dates: Oct. 10th – 18th
  • Berlin Real Cost: $351.20
    • Dates: Oct. 9th – 17th
  • Copenhagen Real Cost: $321.23
    • Dates: Oct. 10th – 20th
  • Liverpool Real Cost: $341.34
    • Dates: Oct. 9th – 21st

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Wednesday 28th of September 2022

Cold, cold, Europe! Wait and see if they can fix their energy crisis there.