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I need help with an open jaw trip to Europe!

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I'm planning a trip to Europe in August of 2011 and I'm looking to fly in/out of different cities. I'm interested in flying into London and flying out of either France or Italy. Where are some of the best places to find deals on open jaw flights and how far in advance should I be looking?

Also from you experienced travelers, how much can I expect to pay for a one-way flight from San Francisco to London, and a one-way trip from the mainland in Europe back to SFO? Both of these flights will be in August. I'm trying to get a feel for a ballpark of what I should be expecting so I can jump on a good deal when one arises.

Thanks for the help!

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