FARE ALERT: Several US Cities to Several Cities in Spain from Under $360 Roundtrip!!

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Via Fly4Free.com Spain is on sale starting at $359 with SkyTeam airlines Delta, Air France, and KLM.

You can fly from:

  • New York JFK
  • Los Angeles
  • Dallas
  • Miami
  • Las Vegas
  • Chicago
  • Philadelphia
  • And other US cities

And you can fly to:

  • Madrid
  • Barcelona
  • Palma de Mallorca

I found these fares using airfare metasearch site Momondo. Travel is available December through May.

Overwater segments I’m seeing are on Delta regardless of which SkyTeam carrier’s code is on the flight and any travel intra-Spain is on Air Europa.

You’re going to fly coach on these fares, you won’t be upgrading. But for cheap transatlantic travel on a full service airline it doesn’t get much lower than this.

And it’s a great opportunity to leverage the 3 complimentary night signup bonus earnable with the Ritz-Carlton Rewards® Credit Card — The Hotel Arts, Barcelona goes for more each night than this roundtrip airfare and has always been on my aspirational list.

Credit: Ritz-Carlton

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  1. Was able to book out of MKE to MAD on Delta’s website for first week in April. I combined this with Amex $60 off $300 offer.

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