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SAS Premium Econ: $720-750 -- ORD to Europe -- JAN - MAR

SAS Premium Econ: $720-750 -- ORD to Europe -- JAN - MAR

Old Nov 23, 22, 10:12 pm
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SAS Premium Econ: $720-750 -- ORD to Europe -- JAN - MAR

LHR seems to have the most consistency of dates, but other European cities are included across Jan thru Mar dates. Books into A which gives 100-150% with many *A programs. Available direct with SAS or with agencies.

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Old Nov 23, 22, 10:51 pm
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The blogs have ORD-DUB at $470.
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Old Nov 23, 22, 10:53 pm
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Chicago to Dublin under $500. Long layovers but could build a few trips into one!

Pretty tempting!
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Old Nov 23, 22, 11:07 pm
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Going to Europe for pleasure in the winter instead of the Carribean, I can't get excited about that no matter how hard I try...especially with Covid still going on.
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Old Nov 23, 22, 11:10 pm
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Originally Posted by c5ruzr View Post
Chicago to Dublin under $500. Long layovers but could build a few trips into one!

Pretty tempting!
Some days not so bad , 8+ hours outbound but a short one on the return...
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Old Nov 23, 22, 11:41 pm
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Sweet! Can do spring break if you leave on Friday.
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Old Nov 23, 22, 11:45 pm
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Its available from other airports too. I just booked SFO-ZRH via CPH for $746. Also, as far as the dates, you just need to start the trip by the end of March, the return can be later
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Old Nov 24, 22, 1:43 pm
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Originally Posted by c5ruzr View Post
Chicago to Dublin under $500. Long layovers but could build a few trips into one!

Pretty tempting!
Thanks. Booked one for President's Day weekend. Quick turn, as how MR is intended.
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Old Nov 24, 22, 10:43 pm
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New poster but long-time lurker - finally pulled the trigger on an account.

Have seen this fare pop up intermittently - flew ORD-ARN on this fare on the A330 last year. Was able to upgrade 2 pax to business for $505 pp on the way out and $500 on the way back using the SAS bid upgrade system - you won't get credit higher fare earnings but certainly more comfortable across the pond. Believe PE gets SAS lounge access as well, though it's not much to write home about.

FWIW, T5 at ORD is still a bit of a disaster with renovations, and not sure airside transfer has opened back up from the other terminals yet, so would leave a little time if connecting in.
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Old Nov 24, 22, 11:45 pm
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Originally Posted by RSTflyer View Post
New poster but long-time lurker - finally pulled the trigger on an account.

Have seen this fare pop up intermittently - flew ORD-ARN on this fare on the A330 last year. Was able to upgrade 2 pax to business for $505 pp on the way out and $500 on the way back using the SAS bid upgrade system - you won't get credit higher fare earnings but certainly more comfortable across the pond. Believe PE gets SAS lounge access as well, though it's not much to write home about.

FWIW, T5 at ORD is still a bit of a disaster with renovations, and not sure airside transfer has opened back up from the other terminals yet, so would leave a little time if connecting in.
Delta has moved into T5. I am planning to fly in and out of ORD with DL.

For those crediting to UA. PE fares would be limited to 500 on the long haul, so you are looking at 1,000 PQP + whatever intra-Europe would earn. The $500 fare to DUB would earn more than 2 PQP for every $1 of spend. The $700+ fare would still earn the same PQP.
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Old Nov 26, 22, 9:19 am
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Originally Posted by Repooc17 View Post
Thanks. Booked one for President's Day weekend. Quick turn, as how MR is intended.
Cancelled (within 24 hrs) and booked a new one for a month later. Two reasons:

1) found an itinerary with 1.5 hrs of layover on the outbound (via ARN) and 2.5 hours on the return (via CPH). Was only a few dollars more ($508) and bookable directly on the SAS website.

2) have some issues with my passport, so the move to March gives me more cushions.
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