Lowest Price in Years? Non-stop to Spain For Less Than $300 Roundtrip

Via Airfare Spot non-stop flights between New York and Spain on Delta partner Air Europa are pricing out at less than $300 in May.

Prices that low are found using a href=”http://track.webgains.com/click.html?wgcampaignid=199001&wgprogramid=8613″ target=_blank>airfare metasearch site Momondo. However you can find $306 roundtrips most anywhere.

This is actually a $7 base fare in each direction, indicating pretty strongly that transatlantic fares simply do not get much lower than this. It’s exactly the kind of flash sale we’re seeing more and more.

Key rules for this fare:

  • Travel permitted April 7 through June 5, or August 23 through October 9
  • 3 day minimum stay or Saturday stay required
  • 6 month maximum stay
  • $175 change fee applies

Also, Miami – Madrid on Air Europa is available for just a few dollars more.

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  1. grabbed the $306 price directly from Air Europa’s website just now …. much better than dealing with a bunch of no-name zero-customer-service sites to save $8

  2. On Delta, you won’t get even a Sky centavo on this fare because Z is not a mileage earning fare class.

    Among Skyteam, you’ll earn 25% credit on AR, CZ, KL, ME and MF and 2 per EUR on UX.

  3. I wonder how many seats actually get sold on these crazy “flash sales.” In the old days — like two years ago — frequent flyers might snatch them up because not only would they get a weekend in Madrid, they’d earn 14,000 frequent flyer miles. Now, for most, the fare is only useful if you want to visit Madrid: the mileage earning is negligible. The fare might be attractive to less frequent travelers who just want a cheap vacation, but they’re not likely to learn about it until after the deal ends.

  4. The statement “This is actually a $7 base fare in each direction” is totally irrelevant. The important part is the combination of fare and YQ. Which is still very low, for those that want to travel in cattle class. 😉

  5. I keep reading about all of these great deals on Delta from Chicago or NYC or MIami. I’m in Atlanta and there aren’t usually cheap flights on SW to these initial starting points. Other than move, any suggestions ?

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