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You Can Now Fly To Paris From Edmonton For Just $485

This is not a joke. I promise.

Paris, the city of love, romance, and great fashion. It’s easy to see why it’s such a coveted travel destination. With its ornate architecture and top-notch cuisine-- it’s a place everyone should try to visit at least once in their life.

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Now that I've got my “fangirling” out of the way, I’m happy to share the news that a trip to the city of lights just got a whole lot more attainable for all of us in Edmonton!

According to Chris Myden of YEGdeals, Icelandair is offering flights out of YEG for as low as $485! These flights are available in the new year, starting from mid-January until April 2017. I’m sure these options won’t be available for too long either…considering it’s way too awesome of a deal to miss out on.

So Edmonton, a future filled with amazing cheese and wine, romantic walks by the Seine River etc., can be something to look forward to in the new year.

You can check the prices by playing around with the dates on Google Flights (much like I did, as you can see from the photo above).

For more detailed instructions, visit YEGdeals.

***UPDATE: It seems that the cheaper flights have now all been booked up. Boy, that was fast guys!! Way to be on it. 

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