We're still seeing excellent fares on United from nearly everywhere in the USA to Amsterdam, Paris, Rome, and other cities in France/Italy. Fares are in the mid $400s to mid $500s.
Update February, 7, 2:30 pm: It looks like these fares have finally gone back to their normal $1000+ on most routes. Congrats to all who booked these amazing fares to Europe. Sign up for alerts to get in on the next sale.
As this is unadvertised, prices may jump at any time. We suggest booking soon if you like what you see. Most third party booking sites have a 24-hour free cancellation policy so you'll have a day to figure out the details.
Fly to Amsterdam, Paris, Rome, Milan, Venice, Lyon, Nice, Marseille, Bolonga, Florence, Genoa, Naples, Catania, etc. for much less than the normal rate. We even found similar rates to Malta.
You can fly to these countries from cities like Atlanta, Detroit, and Seattle, but also from small markets like Norfolk, Duluth, and Reno. The list is extensive, so check from your city.
Travel is generally through mid-May and from mid-August onward, though some routes will have less availability. A 28-day advance purchase and a 7-night minimum stay is required. Some flights may be operated by Star Alliance partner airlines.
Atlanta to Amsterdam $450 round-trip
Buffalo to Amsterdam $458 round-trip
Reno to Amsterdam $462 round-trip
Cleveland to Milan $464 round-trip
Flint to Milan $464 round-trip
St. Louis to Milan $464 round-trip
Seattle to Milan $464 round-trip
Boston to Rome $481 round-trip
Austin to Rome $481 round-trip
Phoenix to Rome $481 round-trip
Duluth to Rome $486 round-trip
Nashville to Paris $488 round-trip
Kansas City to Paris $488 round-trip
San Diego to Paris $492 round-trip
Arcata to Paris $495 round-trip
Minneapolis to Venice $497 round-trip
Detroit to Nice $500 round-trip
Honolulu to Paris $508 round-trip
Las Vegas to Marseille $511 round-trip
Hartford to Florence $543 round-trip
Orlando to Genoa $554 round-trip
Columbus to Naples $555 round-trip
Pittsburgh to Malta $558 round-trip
These prices are around what you'll find on the major booking engines. Lower fares may be found on some more obscure third party booking sites. Unfortunately, most United and American hub cities are excluded.
Even if your favorite airport (small or large) isn't listed, there may be a big price drop. Other cities in these countries are likely lower than normal as well.