$30 Round-trip to London or Paris. Wooorrrd?!

(If there wasn’t an age restriction, I’d be on this. Stat!)

$30 Round-Trip Airfare to London and Paris from STA Travel

On May 20, $30 RT Fares to London and Paris While Supplies Last

05.15.2009 – In continued celebration of its 30th Anniversary, STA Travel is offering travelers the chance to scoop up $30 round-trip airfares to London or Paris on May 20, while supplies last.

On Wednesday, May 20, STA Travel will offer $30 round-trip tickets, including taxes and fees, to either London or Paris while supplies last to customers who visit their local STA Travel branch or call 800-360-9273. The discounted tickets are only available on departures from New York City, Boston, Washington DC, Los Angeles, San Francisco or Seattle to London or Paris.

The tickets are available to any person who is under the age of 26 and/or is a currently enrolled student or teacher. A valid ISIC/IYTC/ITIC identity card is required to purchase a ticket and is available for $22 if the traveler doesn’t currently have one.

This sale pricing is valid only while supplies last on tickets sold to either London or Paris on Virgin Atlantic or American Airlines and the ticket purchased is non-refundable and not amendable. Only one ticket may be purchased per person at the sale price and the ticket must be paid in full at the time of booking.

Additional Airfare Sale

If travelers want to visit another destination around the world or prefer a different departure city, starting Monday, May 18, STA Travel is offering $30 off all flights over $300.

This discount only applies to tickets purchased by calling 800-360-9273 or from a STA Travel retail branch and customers must mention the promo code $30OFF when purchasing.

For additional info, go here.


About RtG

Rakia the Great, or RtG, is a publishing geek and sometimes literary snob. She's stumbling her way towards personal fulfillment and world domination by, oh, I dunno, writing this blog. Most days she's living her dream as a fancy schmancy editor. But not, like, today.
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