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*summer* USA in £200/£300s return from London in Nov-August

Some unreal peak summer season fares here on Virgin Atlantic & Delta Airlines to various US destinations at under £300 return!
Some unreal peak summer season fares here on Virgin Atlantic & Delta Airlines to various US destinations at under £300 return!

Some of these cities like San Diego, Houston & Nashville are hard to find *deal-worthy* fares to even during the less busy months, but these summertime options are a true steal. We don’t expect these to last long, so be quick if you’d like to make the trip!
To:

Dallas (DFW) - £332
Houston (IAH) - £254
Austin (AUS) - £336
New Orleans (MSY) - £288
Nashville (BNA) - £279
Charlotte (CLT) - £249
Phoenix (PHX) - £267
San Diego (SAN) - £278
San Jose (SJC) - £282
Oakland (OAK) - £307
Raleigh (RDU) - £258
Denver (DEN) - £283
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) - £278
Tampa (TPA) -  £278
Pittsburgh (PIT) - £299
Washington (BWI) - £278
Philadelphia (PHL) - £267
Chicago (ORD) - £254

From:

London (LHR)
Travel Dates: November - August 2019 (excluding XMAS & NYE)

Airline: Delta, Virgin Atlantic

Standard Fare:
£750 (summer)

Bags: Cabin bag only included, or use our tip below to add a checked bag for less.

Book by:
These peak summer options will likely be gone within 12-24hrs


Note: Jack's Flight Club does not partner with nor receive referral fees from any of the sites linked below. Our only incentive is to help you snag a great fare.
Here's how to book:

1.
Head to Google Flights and use their handy calendar tool to find the best travel dates for your route, by locating the dates with the lowest fares. If you prefer to book directly (higher fares, lower change fees), then follow the link to the airline website and book.

 
2. To get the lowest possible fares (those listed above), head over to Skyscanner, re-enter your itinerary and book with an OTA (online travel agent). We did find Momondo is slightly cheaper for some of the routes, so you may want to try searching on both to get the best fare.

Important: If you are planning to travel with checked luggage, some OTAs (Netflights is one we noticed) sell economy standard tickets right now, while others only sell economy light (no bags), so make sure and check with the OTA before booking. The airline also lets you add these for only £60 more (per return ticket) at the moment.


 
New here? Here is everything you need to know about using Google flights, Momondo/Skyscanner, when/where/how to book and other tips to snagging a flight deal :-)
 

If you end up booking this flight, please do hit reply and tell me!

Cheers,
Jack