It looks like those phenomenal fares we posted from Germany yesterday have dropped some more overnight, with even more airports across Europe being included! All routes have dipped down an additional $20 roundtrip with tickets now starting as low as $290 roundtrip!

The majority of these fares are from traditional United hub airport regions with rival American, British Airways, and their Oneworld partners undercutting prices to airports across Germany, Austria, Belgium, and Switzerland.

This is just a quick glimpse at what we've seen so far. Other routes and airports might get added soon if United decides to retaliate and drop prices from AA hubs.

Travel Availability

Departure days will vary slightly by the route. But in general, flights from the USA are available starting daily in late October through the end of the booking calendar in May 2020. Some routes even have limited inventory left in late August and September for a few dollars more, so click on the fare details below for more information on each city pairing.

If you're lucky, you might be able to find some of these deals overlapping with Oktoberfest which is from September 21 to October 6 this year.

Peak holiday travel times are blacked out, and a 7-day minimum stay is required.

Sale Period

This sale is unadvertised, and fares may jump at any moment.

In some instances, you may need to book with a third-party site like Priceline or Expedia to find dates that work for you. But in most cases, tickets can be booked directly on AA.com

For those who have already booked and wish to receive the new lower price, you'll still be within the free 24-hour cancelation period. Either contact the booking site and see if they will honor the lower price or cancel your itinerary and rebook for the new cheaper rates.

Sample Fares

Chicago to Brussels $290 roundtrip

Boston to Frankfurt $331 roundtrip

San Francisco to Zurich $363 roundtrip

Austin to Zurich $355 roundtrip

Baltimore to Zurich $355 roundtrip

Denver to Geneva $374 roundtrip

Houston-IAH to Geneva $374 roundtrip

San Francisco to Geneva $374 roundtrip

Washington DC-IAD to Geneva $374 roundtrip

Chicago-ORD to Munich $378 roundtrip

Baltimore to Brussels $382 roundtrip

Austin to Brussels $382 roundtrip

San Francisco to Brussels $382 roundtrip

Denver to Zurich $383 roundtrip

Chicago-ORD to Frankfurt $391 roundtrip

San Francisco to Frankfurt $391 roundtrip

San Jose to Frankfurt $394 roundtrip

San Francisco to Munich $398 roundtrip

Denver to Munich $398 roundtrip

San Jose To Vienna $398 roundtrip

Washington DC-IAD to Vienna $398 roundtrip

Houston-IAH to Vienna $398 roundtrip

Denver to Frankfurt $411 roundtrip

Washington DC-National to Frankfurt $411 roundtrip

Baltimore to Frankfurt $411 roundtrip

Austin to Frankfurt $411 roundtrip

Houston-IAH to Frankfurt $411 roundtrip

Seattle to Frankfurt $411 roundtrip

Oakland to Frankfurt $417 roundtrip - two connections

San Jose to Dusseldorf $419 roundtrip

San Francisco to Berlin $420 roundtrip

Baltimore to Berlin $420 roundtrip

Los Angeles to Zurich $423 roundtrip

San Jose to Munich $428 roundtrip

Los Angeles to Munich $428 roundtrip

Los Angeles to Frankfurt $441 roundtrip

Baggage

These are Basic Economy fares, which only include a carry-on bag plus one personal item. Other restrictions apply. The first checked piece of luggage will cost $60 each-way.

Seat Assignments

Seats will be assigned at random upon check-in for these prices.


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Alternate Fares

Depending on your routing fares might also be available on Iberia and Finnair for slightly more but will allow for a broader range of travel dates. Upgrading to Main Cabin Economy will cost an additional $140-$160 on most routes, but will include one free checked bag, seat selection, and are eligible for upgrades.

Example Booking

Searching American's site, I found seats departing Chicago ORD on Tuesday, January 21, with a return flight from Brussels BRU on Wednesday, January 29, 2020, for $351 roundtrip. Other dates are easy to find as seat inventory is fairly wide open.

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