How does a September sunset on the Amalfi Coast sound right about now? Let TAP Air Portugal take you there for under $400 roundtrip with the carrier's ongoing unbelievable unadvertised sale deals to Europe that we've talked about here.

Add Naples (NAP) to the list of destinations seeing hotter fares than a fresh pizza straight out of the oven! Flights from Boston (BOS), Newark (EWR), New York (JFK), and Miami (MIA) to Naples are all ringing in at just about $397 roundtrip for departures starting on September 1st onward. Many itineraries will often require an overnight in Lisbon (LIS) on one leg of the trip, but take it as a bonus stopover allowing you to see two cities for the price of one!

Sale fares include:

New York-JFK to Naples $395 roundtrip

Newark to Naples $397 roundtrip

Boston to Naples $397 roundtrip

Miami to Naples $397 roundtrip

Searching on TAP's site, I found seats at this price departing MIA on Friday, October 4 and returning from NAP on Sunday, October 13, 2019. The return leg has an overnight layover in Lisbon, so you'll have to make plans for accommodation before connection onward to Miami on Monday.

These are TAP Air Portugal's "discount" fares, which only include a carry-on bag plus one personal item. Other restrictions apply. Consider purchasing the "basic" fare if you need checked baggage allowance.

It's always cheaper to purchase the basic fare, which includes one checked bag (usually $35 more each way) than to pay for a checked bag on the discount fare. Compare this upgrade to what it costs to check a bag on other carriers (usually $60 each way), and these TAP Portugal fares are a real steal if you travel with checked baggage.

For more deals, check out our Europe Flight Deals page.

Only in need a one-way ticket to Europe? Most of these fares can be booked one-way for around half the roundtrip price.

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