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Philadelphia to Dublin UA $331, DL $346 round trip Nov to March, even St. Patrick’s Day

Dublin is the primary battle ground in Europe in the current fare war raging across the USA for Europe between American, Delta and United and their alliance partners. In addition to $317 round trip Delta fare from Washington D.C.to Dublin today, there is also a Delta $346 round trip fare to Dublin from Philadelphia. Even lower is $331 round trip flying United Airlines from Philadelphia. This is another attack on American’s PHL hub.

Departure Dates: Lowest sale price is flight departures from November to March 2017. Holiday periods in December do not have low fares.

This fare has been around in different forms for more than a week from Philadelphia and D.C. and even from San Francisco last weekend when Delta had fares in the upper $300s for SFO-DUB. Some of United’s low $332 tickets include Amtrak train service connecting Philadelphia to Newark EWR for a United Airlines flight to Dublin. The train ride is one hour and counts as a United codeshare flight.

Four days ago a similar fare from United was around and some day there was an even lower $300 Air Canada round trip ticket from PHL to Dublin via Canada with connection in Toronto.

United Airlines Philadelphia PHL – Dublin, Ireland DUB

$331.56  Thursday March 16 – Saturday March 25, 2017

PHL-DUB $332 UA Mar16-25-17

This itinerary includes two segments on Amtrak trains between Philadelphia and EWR.

United Airlines Philadelphia PHL – Dublin, Ireland DUB (all flights itinerary with United and Air Canada)

$330.66  Friday November 11 – Sunday November 20, 2017

PHL-DUB $331 UA-1 Nov11-20

PHL-DUB $331 UA-2 Nov11-20

Delta Air Lines  Philadelphia PHL – New York JFK – Dublin DUB

$346.16 round trip Wed Nov 9 – Mon Nov 21

PHL-DUB DL-1 Nov9-21

PHL-DUB $346 DL-2 Nov9-21

Both United and Delta have Philadelphia and Dublin for under $400 round trip on many dates from November 2016 to March 2017.

American’s lowest fare for PHL-DUB is $634.

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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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Comments

  1. @Aaron – when you miss the first flight segment, in this case a train segment, the rest of your itinerary is generally canceled. You can skip the last train segment on the return trip, if you don’t check bags.

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