Excellent Winter Europe Fares

Jun 9th, 2005, 06:44 AM
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Excellent Winter Europe Fares

Just rec'd this info: Good fares!

Special Offer from 1-800-FlyEurope: How HOT is this deal?


$189 & up -- Europe Winter Sale from Across the U.S. (R/T) *
Across the U.S. to Europe

Travel dates: November 1-December 10; January 10-March 15

Top 20 deal - sells out quickly!
Save now on winter travel to Europe:

1-800-FlyEurope has just announced incredible winter airfares on major airlines from across the U.S. to Europe.

Prices start at just $189 roundtrip, and are valid for midweek departures Nov. 1-Dec. 10 and Jan. 10-March 15.

Sample roundtrip fares:

New York-London: $189
Chicago-Madrid: $333
Miami-Amsterdam: $339
Boston-Rome: $350
Dallas-Zurich: $361
Orlando-Nice: $378
San Francisco-Frankfurt: $451
Hundreds of additional departure cities available You must book by August 31 – but we suggest you book now because fares to the most popular destinations won’t last!
Update (1:09pm ET, June 8, 2005): Due to overwhelming demand, the 1-800-FlyEurope site may be slow. You may also call 1-800-359-3876 to book.

To Book: Click here for more information and to book online. To book package offers from this sale, call 1-800-359-3876.

1-800-FlyEurope is also offering great fares for fall travel to Europe. Click here for more information.

1-800-FlyEurope



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Jun 9th, 2005, 07:06 AM
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Thanks very much for this info and I'm glad the usual "ad police" who think we're all back in Fifth Grade didn't attack it.
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Jun 9th, 2005, 07:11 AM
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<<I'm glad the usual "ad police" who think we're all back in Fifth Grade didn't attack it.>>

While I don't consider myself part of any "ad police", I think that such comments are merited when it is a first-time poster/new registrant, who shows up from out of the blue, touting a place or service.

We know sandi_travelnut, and recognize this as merely good "intelligence-gathering" for the rest of "us".

Best wishes,

Rex
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Jun 9th, 2005, 08:06 AM
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Alas, nothin' from PIT, as usual.
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Jun 9th, 2005, 08:13 AM
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Earlier this morning, I priced out ATL-FCO-ATL for March 2006, and it is about $135 less than DL website for the same flights, so not bad. But, does anyone know if tickets booked through 1-800-FlyEurope qualify for FFmiles credit? It is 10,070 miles.
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Jun 10th, 2005, 07:20 AM
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I followed through with the Dallas-Rome in March and with taxes it was a little over $700. not bad, but not great. The problem is that it wanted me to book it before it showed me what airlines I'd be flying on. I have a problem with that.
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Jun 10th, 2005, 08:17 AM
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Sandi ~ can you tell by the departure, connection, and arrival times? When I was playing with this yesterday I also had the Delta site open and could see that it was Delta flights. What I could not determine was if I had booked it would the ticket have been Delta or Alitalia code share.
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Jun 10th, 2005, 08:21 AM
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I've used flyeurope (read about them here). Just call them and they'll tell you which airline and which flights.

If I remember right, yes, the flights accrue FF miles (check with them again to be sure).
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Jun 10th, 2005, 08:41 AM
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Thanks, 111op ~ I will do that.

When I checked the Skymiles info the only one they exclude by name is Priceline, but it says "Bookings made through some Internet sites as described at those sites, including without limitation tickets purchased through Priceline.com"
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Jun 10th, 2005, 09:55 AM
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Did I miss something? Do they have a website?
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Jun 10th, 2005, 10:48 AM
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I flew with them in spring 04 and did not accrue miles (w/American). Otherwise, the flights were great and the price very cheap.

I just checked their website and it said no miles awarded . . . see here:
http://www.1800flyeurope.com/airgrid.cfm

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Jun 10th, 2005, 10:55 AM
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Interesting. Virgin gave me miles, I'm pretty sure. I think that I've only flown Virgin once or twice, and I started my FF program afterwards, and I bought my Virgin tickets through FlyEurope.

Perhaps the rules have changed. I've not used them in a couple of months.
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Jun 10th, 2005, 11:21 AM
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Sandi, you're killing me! I can only salivate looking at the prices...

Will they stay till I can afford another trip
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