*Oktoberfest* Frankfurt / Munich — $400s/$500s (RT, no bag fees) Mar – May / Aug – Dec
Solid deal to Germany which includes Oktoberfest (Sept 22 – Oct 7). Prost!
Travel tip: “Go visit Castle Neuschwanstein. You can get there via train and bus rather inexpensively. It’s one of the most beautiful buildings you will ever see in one of the most beautiful landscapes you will ever see. Be sure to book a tour for the inside of the castle, too!” (Thanks SCF subscriber Colin H. for the tip!)
No bag fees, etc. All prices roundtrip.
P.S. SCF is hiring! If you’re interested, holler at us.
Chicago (ORD) – $468
Denver (DEN) – $496
Houston (IAH) – $504
Minneapolis (MSP) – $452
San Francisco (SFO) – $487
San Jose (SJC) – $504
Washington DC (BWI) – $504
Washington DC (DCA) – $468
Washington DC (IAD) – $468
Boston (BOS) – $508
Chicago (ORD) – $508
Minneapolis (MSP) – $494
Portland (PDX) – $531
Seattle (SEA) – $531
Washington DC (DCA) – $539
Washington DC (IAD) – $508
Varies by origin. Generally March through May and September through December 2018, including Oktoberfest but excluding Xmas.
Delta, Air Canada, or Lufthans
We think these fares will last a day or two.
To find the cheapest available dates, search in Google Flights using the sample search below. Book here if you prefer to purchase directly from the airline or a major OTA like Orbitz or Priceline.
Note: open Momondo in an incognito tab for the lowest price. If you’re still not seeing a price drop, book directly through Priceline. The lowest prices may take a while to load so make sure to wait until Momondo is completely done searching.
- These fares could disappear anytime, even within a few hours. If you’ve clicked the sample searches, played around with a few dates, and not seeing fares close to those listed in this email, it likely means they’re gone :-(
- General advice on how/when to find cheap flights
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