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Your dreams of visiting the Emerald Isle could finally come true thanks to these crazy low fares to Dublin (DUB) from New York (JFK). You can snap up a nonstop round-trip fare from just $359.
Here’s the scoop.
Fare Deal — Details
While fares this low might scream low-cost airline, they’re actually available with both Aer Lingus (the Irish flag carrier) and Delta Air Lines.
Add in the fact these flights are nonstop and there’s not much more you could ask for!
- Class: Economy
- Routes: New York (JFK) to Dublin (DUB)
- Dates: October 2023 through March 2024
- Fares: As low as $359 round-trip
The best Aer Lingus fares we found start at $359 for a round-trip in economy:
For just a couple more dollars, you could also fly with Delta:
As there’s literally only a couple of dollars difference between the 2 airlines, there are a few things you should take into consideration before deciding which airline to go with. Do you have elite status with Delta that would improve the economy experience? Then go with Delta. Do you prefer more modern aircraft? Then you should consider Aer Lingus for the swish new Airbus A321neos that it operates on this route.
Best Ways To Book
If you’re interested in any of these flights, we’d advise using a credit card that rewards you for travel purchases.
One of the best cards to consider using when booking a ticket with either of these airlines would be The Platinum Card® from American Express as you would earn 5x points per $1 spent when booking directly with the airline.Hot Tip:
If you’re still planning on remaining a Delta loyalist after the recent drastic changes the airline made to its loyalty program, then you might want to consider using a co-branded Delta credit card instead. After all, you’re going to need to spend a lot more to climb through the ranks of the SkyMiles program going forward.
No matter which airline you choose to fly with, getting a round-trip to Ireland for just $359 is nothing short of an absolute bargain.
All you need to do is decide which credit card you want to use to make your purchase and you could be sipping on freshly drawn pints of Guinness before you know it.
For rates and fees of The Platinum Card® from American Express, click here.
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