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DEAL: Business Class to Paris with Car for UNDER $1,100 RT

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Using AA Vacations, you are currently able to get some OUTSTANDING prices on Business Class flights to Paris.

Business Class to Paris for UNDER $1,100 pp Round Trip

This Flyertalk post (I get alerts on these threads in my email) tipped me off to a pretty stellar deal for springtime in Paris. Flights appear to be available from JFK, BOS or MIA (maybe more cities) to Paris (nonstop!) and you can get just under $1,100 with two people traveling and a rental car, or $1,200 for a solo traveler. You can choose flights operated by AA or BA, though with an AA flight number regardless.

The cheapest I was able to find was this deal using a car rental to complete the package. If you will really be staying in Paris, you can get a hotel for the full time for only a couple hundred more than the car.

The flights will book into (I) class and you can check this WheretoCredit link to see where you should credit those miles. You would earn 150% redeemable Alaska miles, for instance. That would be around 10,000 Alaska miles which I value around 1.8 cents each, meaning a further rebate of $180 in value pp or an *effective* net deal under $1,000 pp

You can book at AA Vacations. If you want to book a hotel, but only for part of the trip, you can do that on the Advanced Search page. One commenter mentioned they were able to get the same price using Orbitz. I wasn’t but if you have some Orbucks in your account, give it a shot.


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