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Fly to Spain from Chicago, Miami and other US cities for $371 round-trip

The deals for European travel keep coming.

We’ve just been informed of a big sale on flights to several popular destinations in Spain, including Alicante, Barcelona, ​​Bilbao, Madrid and Tenerife in the Canary Islands. Departure cities include Chicago, Houston, Miami, Newark and Washington, DC

This discounted travel window includes flights from September to March next year – possibly one of the best times to visit Spain, depending on your destination. For example, autumn in the Canary Islands is generally a pleasant time thanks to mild temperatures and low chances of rain. But take note: The flights in this sale all involve layovers.

Carry-on baggage is included in this sale for most airlines. Checking bags will cost between $75 and $85 each way. However, if you book on TAP Air Portugal and need to bring a large suitcase, consider upgrading to “Classic” for an additional $65 each way. That will cost less than paying the checked baggage fee separately.

Mount Tibidabo and Sagrat Cor church at sunset in Barcelona. ALEXANDER SPATARI / GETTY IMAGES

Basic information about trading

Airlines: Air Canada, American Airlines, Air Europa, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Iberia, Lufthansa, TAP Air Portugal and United Airlines

Route: From Chicago, Houston, Miami, Newark and Washington, DC to Alicante, Barcelona, ​​Bilbao, Ibiza, La Palma de Canaria, Madrid, Malaga, Palma, Seville, Tenerife and Valencia, Spain

How to make a reservation: Browse Google Flights, then book directly with the airline

Travel day: Available from September 2024 to March 2025 (excluding holidays)

This deal was originally sent out by deal alerts company Going. Sign up for Go to get up to 90% off select flights through Senior members, users can try it for free for 14 days and then it’s $69 per year. You can also upgrade Elite level for $199 per year for access to all Premium offers, plus economy, business and first class alerts.

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Let’s start by showing you a lot of interesting things from Chicago to Madrid. You can book September flights from O’Hare International Airport (ORD) to Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD) on TAP Air Portugal for just $379 round-trip.


According to Google Flights, it’s an incredible deal for this route.


If you want to take part in Ibiza’s legendary party atmosphere, you can fly from Chicago to Ibiza Airport (IBZ) in late October for less than $500 round-trip on Iberia.


We have found flights from Miami to Bilbao at heavily discounted prices. Here’s an itinerary we found in November from Miami International Airport (MIA) to Bilbao Airport (BIO) available on Iberia for just $464 round-trip.


The same route in spring 2025 costs $470 round trip.


There are some good deals from the tri-state area to the Canary Islands in this one. TAP Air Portugal has round-trip flights to Tenerife South Airport (TFS) from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) in October for $450, a great price. This is also the ideal time to visit the Canaries.


I like to know when I get a good deal and I’m sure I’m not the only one. Google Flights data shows this price is the lowest possible for this route.


If you live in the Washington, DC area, consider taking a trip to the Spanish capital. TAP Air Portugal has flights available from Dulles International Airport (IAD) to Madrid in the fall for round-trip fares under $400. November has a lot of options to consider.


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Bottom line

This is one of those sales where travelers who can bring a well-packed carry-on bag can really save big on overseas tickets. Oh, and if you decide to book a trip to Ibiza but don’t fancy partying on the island, read on TPG’s guide to exploring the party-free side of the famous Canary Islands.

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