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Fare Alert United Airlines Philadelphia-Dublin $302 round trip

This ticket is a train-plane combination with Amtrak from Philadelphia to Newark, then United from Newark EWR to Dublin for $302 all-in. This fare is available for departure dates from November 2016 to March 2017. This is another deep deep discount to Dublin in the fare war between United,and Delta and American in some markets. Yesterday Delta had fares from SFO and IAD to Dublin in the $300s.

United and American are battling it out in Philadelphia, among other airports around the USA in this fare war for Europe. There are fares as low as $598 with United to airports like Madrid, Spain. American is at $603 round trip for flights from November 2017 to March 2017.

United Airlines  Philadelphia Rail Station (Amtrak) – Newark EWR – Dublin, Ireland DUB

$301.76  Sun February 19 – Monday February 28, 2017

PHL-DUB $302 UA-1 Feb 19-27

PHL-DUB UA-2 $302 Feb 19-27

PHL-DUB UA-3 $302

Loyalty Traveler curated Airfare Deals and Google Flights and Kayak Explore tutorials.

Other Loyalty Traveler posts from Friday, May 13 covering the Europe fare war from the USA.

American joins fare war $600s SFO to many European airports

United Monterey to Paris $666 Nov-March 2017; UA deals many California regional airports to Europe

Delta and United low fare war to Europe today is real deal $300s to $600s round trip

United EWR and ATL to Dublin, Rome, Athens low $532-$696 fares to Europe

Fare Alert SkyTeam Denver, Cleveland, Houston, IAD, SFO to Dublin, Istanbul or Moscow $376 to $518

Fare Alert $376 Delta SFO to Dublin

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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  1. Thanks! Im not able to take advantage, but my in-laws just picked up a pair of tickets PHL>YYZ>DUB (RT) for 299.97 each. They’re beyond excited!

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