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Fly Nonstop to Europe for as low as $162 round trip

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         Have you ever dreamed of a trip to Europe but just couldn’t afford those sky high prices? Now’s your time to cash in on an exclusive deal only available for limited time from Spain’s low cost international airline Level.

 

Level will be celebrating their two year anniversary coming up and to celebrate they’re offering flights to Barcelona and Paris Orly airport from places like New York, Boston, San Francisco, Newark, and Montreal until March of 2020.

Details:

Boston/New York to Barcelona use the promo code “HAPPY” when checking out.

San Francisco to Barcelona use the code “BIRTHDAY”.

Newark/Montreal to Paris Orly use the code “TWO” when checking out.

 

We here at the Travel Radar cashed in on this deal for a flight from Boston to Barcelona for a total price of $175 USD on their A330-200 aircraft as seen below.

 

Level Spain is a particularly small airline whom opened up with fares similar to Norwegian when they first debuted. They currently have a fleet size of 10 aircraft including the Airbus A320/321 (with more on order) and the Airbus A330. They offer economy and premium economy flights throughout Europe and the US with its main operating base in Barcelona.

 

They currently operate for Iberia, a much larger carrier in Spain who serve a much larger variety of routes. It’s advised when booking any flights with Iberia or Level to Barcelona or Madrid to book directly through the Level website even after this discount expires.

 

This discount is only available through Levels website and the promo codes do expire on June 10th of 2019. You cannot access the fare through Iberia’s website despite it operating as flight IB2626.

 

Have you cashed in on this deal yet? Could you find a lower fare on Level’s website? Let us know how much you got your fare for down in the comments below.

 

 

*This is not a paid promotion for Level airlines. We came across this deal and booked the flights by ourselves with our own money*

 

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