Good Continental Airlines Three Day Sale to Europe (others matching)

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I love me a good sale, especially a good airfare sale to somewhere that I would actually want to go.  If you are looking to get away to Europe this winter, this three-day sale may help you out.  Today Continental/United announced a sale on round-trip tickets to Europe from the US.  There are some pretty good deals like Boston or Newark to Dublin, Ireland for only $328 round-trip.  With taxes and fees that comes in at just a little over $400.  My husband’s family is from Ireland, so if our daughter were just a little bit older, this would be one for us to strongly consider.  Other European destinations are also on sale, but Ireland seems to be the standout of this sale as far as I can tell.  Lufthansa and US Airways are also reported to be matching in case you would prefer to book with either of those two carriers.

Three-day sale details:

• Book your roundtrip ticket  by 11:59 p.m. Central time, January 11, 2012.
• Valid for travel January 23, 2012 – March 22, 2012.

Some restrictions, taxes, fees and checked-bag fees apply. Sale fares are only valid for flights on Continental and our joint venture partners Air Canada, Lufthansa and United. These fares are valid as of 7:00 a.m. Central time on Monday, January 9, 2012, and are subject to change and availability. Travel must be booked by 11:59 p.m. Central time on January 11, 2012. Sale valid for travel January  23, 2012, through March 22, 2012, with a maximum stay of one month and an advance purchase of 14 days. All travel must be completed by March 22, 2012. Fares are nonrefundable and require a Saturday-night stay. Not combinable with any other fares. Other restrictions apply.

Did you find a flight to Europe that would work for you?  Thanks to JanetDoe on Flyertalk for sharing the news about this sale!

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