Open-Jaw Flights to Las Vegas for €369 - round trip incl. taxes *EXPIRED*

British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Flybe are offering open-jaw flights to Las Vegas for only €369 & up - round trip after taxes.

**The deal is expired**

Seats are very limited and there are only a few dates available. Some flights from Amsterdam arrive at London City Airport or London Heathrow. If you book one of this flights, you have to change the airport in London, because the flights to Las Vegas depart from London Gatwick. This might be a little bit tricky and you’ll need a couple of hours for it. So if possible, please book only flights from Amsterdam to London Gatwick.

Today is the last day you can book these fares.

Routes:

Amsterdam - London Gatwick - Las Vegas - Manchester - Paris for 369 Euro

Amsterdam - London Gatwick - Las Vegas - Manchester - Dusseldorf 407 Euro

Travel Dates:

  • Flights to Las Vegas: 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28 February; 1, 18, 25 March 2013
  • Flights from Las Vegas: 10, 17, 24, 31 March 2013

Sample Bookings:

How to book the flights?

Please visit Ebookers.frEbookers.deEbookers.nl or Ebookers.com for flight booking enquiries. You have to use the multi-destination search form.

Accommodation:

Check the current 20% RatesToGo.com voucher or Hotel.com Sale + 10% voucher, if you're looking for a cheap accommodation in Las Vegas. Don't forget to compare hotel rates on HotelsCombined.com and to check hotel reviews on TripAdvisor. If you want to stay in a private apartment check the current Airbnb promotion for new customers.

Las Vegas:

5 Comments

  • john_6004

    john_6004 says:

    the link example is £614 i cant find any at 369 euros

    • admin_114

      admin_114 says:

      Please try another booking site. Seems like Ebookers.com dont sells these flights. Just click on the sample booking image....

  • karin

    karin says:

    Try kayak

  • jc

    jc says:

    699 now :/ I'm looking to go in may so an keeping an eye out

    • admin_114

      admin_114 says:

      Like I wrote in the article, the deal was only valid yesterday. Sorry!

    What do you think?