Flights Dublin ✈ Philadelphia, Dallas or Phoenix from just £219 return (Optional stop in NYC)
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Flights Dublin ✈ Philadelphia, Dallas or Phoenix from just £219 return (Optional stop in NYC)

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Found 3rd Sep 2015
Air Canada & United Airlines are currently running some great promotions on airfares to Philadelphia, Dallas and Phoenix, USA, these flights are available in November & May so, if you are planning a getaway later on in the year this is an amazing part of the US to explore. As these are scheduled flights they will include in-flight meals, hand and hold luggage. Alternatively there is also the option to stop in New York during your flight to Phoenix.

Sample Route Options:

Dublin - Phoenix, Arizona
Dublin - Dallas, Texas
Dublin - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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I think Dublin origin flights have benefit of clearing US border issues at Dublin too = another bonus/saving.
"The United States Customs and Border Protection (USCBP) facility at Terminal 2 in Dublin Airport is a purpose built facility that allows US bound passengers to undertake all immigration, customs and agriculture inspections at Dublin prior to departure."
dublinairport.com/gns…spx

Edited by: "mk-donald" 3rd Sep 2015
this was first posted on the Secret Flying website.
Does this deal work in reverse? As in flights originating in the US?
Arrive in USA and be insulted - be referred to as an alien.
Give the country your finger prints and be treated like a common criminal.
Why doesn't UK do the same and criminalise the Americans and take their finger prints?

USA - the land of rendition, assasinations, waterboarding. A great country to support.
Banned
so dublin is in the UK now is it paddy
aberfal

so dublin is in the UK now is it paddy



​no it's not, but the people of northern ireland are, and can avail of this sort of deal
aberfal

so dublin is in the UK now is it paddy



No, but a trip to Dublin is really cheap from England (flights from Luton can be £30). You'd spend time in a wonderful city and then be able to fly to the States, whats not to love?
steverob21

this was first posted on the Secret Flying website.


I posted a secret flying deal and it was pulled because they "don't have contact detail"

Ridiculous.
"paddy"? would you be similarly racist for deals to Afghanistan etc?
These prices are low from Dublin, because they do not have the punitive taxes imposed by this government!!
alanrp123

These prices are low from Dublin, because they do not have the punitive … These prices are low from Dublin, because they do not have the punitive taxes imposed by this government!!


exactly, if these flights originated in London there would be an extra cost of ~£120+ for Air Passenger Duty and passenger service charge.
Common Sense

Arrive in USA and be insulted - be referred to as an alien.Give the … Arrive in USA and be insulted - be referred to as an alien.Give the country your finger prints and be treated like a common criminal.Why doesn't UK do the same and criminalise the Americans and take their finger prints?USA - the land of rendition, assasinations, waterboarding. A great country to support.



and friendly fire
aberfal

so dublin is in the UK now is it paddy


deary me, what medieval rock did you crawl out from under?
is this hotukdeals or hotirelanddeals?
aidenav

is this hotukdeals or hotirelanddeals?



Is this not a deal UK people can easily make use of?
redarrowrules

Is this not a deal UK people can easily make use of?


I dont speak for everyone, but no for me
aidenav

I dont speak for everyone, but no for me



You're right you don't speak for everyone. The 1.7 million UK residents living in Northern Ireland can easily make good on such a deal. So can the millions more in mainland UK who are prepared to jump on a plane at a bargain price and take the short and enjoyable trip to Dublin.

So read the thread the same points have made, but thanks for your narrow minded and productive input.
aidenav

I dont speak for everyone, but no for me


Pretty stupid thing to say!...
Thanks for a deal that is actually USEFUL for us N.I. UK Members!

Guess I'll have to start whinging and whining every time an ALDI or WAITROSE offer is posted as they can't be bothered covering the entire UK.

Oh either that or suggest renaming the site hotgreatbritaindeals...
Jemster

Thanks for a deal that is actually USEFUL for us N.I. UK Members!Guess … Thanks for a deal that is actually USEFUL for us N.I. UK Members!Guess I'll have to start whinging and whining every time an ALDI or WAITROSE offer is posted as they can't be bothered covering the entire UK.Oh either that or suggest renaming the site hotgreatbritaindeals...


Aldi and Waitrose are in the UK, last time I looked Dublin wasn't.
aidenav

Aldi and Waitrose are in the UK, last time I looked Dublin wasn't.



The simple basics of this deal mean your comparison is nonsense.

If you (as a mainland UK resident) were planning a trip to one of these locations and could get a cheap flight to Dublin take this flight and save £££s would you do it?

If so then such a deal is beneficial to you.

It's not than unlike the open jaw flights to Oslo that pop up every so often. Unless Oslo has moved?

Me (as a NI and UK resident) am very unlikely to get a flight or boat to England to pick up some strawberries or a toolbox in Aldi. I doubt there would be much of a saving there.

But I imagine you are just trying to be controversial so for that and the rest of the valuable contribution you have made to this site I thank you.
cerbeea

I posted a secret flying deal and it was pulled because they "don't have … I posted a secret flying deal and it was pulled because they "don't have contact detail"Ridiculous.



That's absolute rubbish.
The real reason is because Secret Flying are so much better than Holiday Pirates and they just don't want people here to know that
Common Sense

Arrive in USA and be insulted - be referred to as an alien.Give the … Arrive in USA and be insulted - be referred to as an alien.Give the country your finger prints and be treated like a common criminal.Why doesn't UK do the same and criminalise the Americans and take their finger prints?USA - the land of rendition, assasinations, waterboarding. A great country to support.



Yeah, UK's method of not knowing/caring and controlling who comes into the country is a much better way of doing things.
I often fly from Dublin - have booked a trip to the USA for around £1000pp in business/first

Common Sense

Arrive in USA and be insulted - be referred to as an alien.Give the … Arrive in USA and be insulted - be referred to as an alien.Give the country your finger prints and be treated like a common criminal.Why doesn't UK do the same and criminalise the Americans and take their finger prints?USA - the land of rendition, assasinations, waterboarding. A great country to support.



I would rather live there, than this country!!
ian18

I would rather live there, than this country!!



What's stopping you? go for it!
sadly without a visa it is not possible

Too old for that now....
I live in the north of Ireland, I'm Irish, and proud! Delighted when I see great travel deals from Belfast & Dublin.
Not really getting all the whining about this deal.

If i can, i go via Dublin to USA. Clearing immigration in Dublin saves so much time at the other end.

Its also good if you have another transfer. No worrying in the queue if you are going to make your next flight.
aidenav

Aldi and Waitrose are in the UK, last time I looked Dublin wasn't.


But the UK is 65 mile drive from Dublin airport so only an idiot would suggest this deal was not worth posting.

aidenav

Aldi and Waitrose are in the UK, last time I looked Dublin wasn't.


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