Fly US to Taiwan for Only $487 (Fare Available Through 2018 Dates)

Here’s another great fare sale.  You can fly from Chicago to Taipei, Taiwan on Air Canada for only $487.  This fare has wide availability in terms of dates.

From the Flight Deal:

Valid for travel on the outbound from September – November or January, 2018 – March, 2018 for Monday through Thursday departures and returns. Must purchase at least 7 days in advance of departure.

Read more:

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As always, the Flight Deal has all the details.

I subscribe to the Flight Deals tweets and check them pretty often.  I may have booked deals during work meetings.  (If my boss is reading this, disregard the last sentence).

I can jump on fares when there’s still lots of availability and I don’t miss out on the deals I want to take advantage of.

I’ve shared my process of “subscribing†to great fares.

This process involves signing up for twitter.  Even if you won’t be an active user of twitter, it’s a good idea to have an account to take advantage of deals on contests in general.

You can see my post on this here.

The Flight Deal has deals for: †from NYC / BOS / PHL / DC / MIA / DFW / PHX / LAX / SFO / PDX / SEA and ORDâ€

I recommend following them even if you aren’t in those areas because they are gateway cities.  There’s a lot of good international deals–worth the effort flying out to the gateway.

Fare Deal Alert: Atlanta, Charlotte, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, Orlando, and San Diego.

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  1. I’m currently in TPE for a few days and having a great time, though I got here via DTW-NRT-TPE on Delta and will return TPE-ICN-JFK on Asiana. Great city, lack of Chinese language is not a problem. It’s a foodie paradise!

  2. Thank you! Am thinking of taking a trip next year!

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