Ready to cross Ireland off your bucket list? American Airlines and United Airlines have dropped airfare prices from Dallas, Houston, Austin and San Antonio to Ireland to just $563-$614 roundtrip, including tax, representing a savings of up to $400 on the usual cost.

Today’s sale includes both Dublin and Shannon for travel August to March including St. Patrick’s Day (on March 17), Labor Day, MLK Day and Presidents Day weekends and Thanksgiving.

Note: Some flights from Austin and San Antonio requires 2-stops.

Fly.com Fare Calendars:

Note:

  • American and United have a maximum allowance of 1 FREE checked bag for flights to/from Ireland.
  • For more baggage information click here.

Savings:

  • Up to $400 OFF the usual cost

Travel Dates:

  • Select dates August to March
  • Includes travel over Labor Day, MLK Day and Presidents Day weekends and Thanksgiving
  • Excludes Christmas and New Year’s

Sample Screenshots:

Dallas-Dublin: Fly.com Search Results

Dallas-Dublin: Fly.com Search Results

Dallas-Dublin American: Airlines Booking Page

Dallas-Dublin American: Airlines Booking Page

Houston-Shannon: Fly.com Search Results

Houston-Shannon: Fly.com Search Results

Houston-Shannon: United Airlines Booking Page

Houston-Shannon: United Airlines Booking Page

San Antonio-Dublin: Fly.com Search Results

San Antonio-Dublin: Fly.com Search Results

San Antonio-Dublin: United Airlines Booking Page

San Antonio-Dublin: United Airlines Booking Page

Austin-Shannon: Fly.com Search Results

Austin-Shannon: Fly.com Search Results

Austin-Shannon: United Airlines Booking Page

Austin-Shannon: United Airlines Booking Page

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Kim has been hunting flight deals and writing travel articles for over 13 years. His articles have appeared in the Boston Herald, Chicago Daily Herald, and Frommer’s Budget Travel, among other publications. Amsterdam, Bangkok, Rome, and Sydney are some of his favorite destinations and he aspires to one day live in Italy. La dolce vita!

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