Spend less on a dream trip to Europe than you would for a smart watch.

By Melanie Lieberman
October 26, 2016

Typically, finding cheap airfare to Europe requires catching a flight from a major East Coast hub. But a major sale from Star Alliance carriers is good for travelers departing from as far west as Colorado.

According to a tip from the Airfare Spot, Star Alliance members including United and Air Canada, are slashing prices on trips to destinations across Europe.

Starting at $318 round-trip, travelers can fly from Detroit to Amsterdam, and flights are also available to Rome, Milan, and Paris for less than $400. Trips originating in Detroit can depart in November, or January through March (including Valentine’s Day).

Starting at $403, travelers can visit Belgium from Denver between February and April. Munich, Amsterdam, and Paris are also available starting at $446 round-trip.

Lufthansa can take travelers departing from Atlanta to Italy (Florence or Naples, specifically) starting at $368 in November, or between January and March.

United is also selling flights from Atlanta for as little as $319 to Amsterdam, Rome, or Milan. And for $342, Atlantans can fly to Paris in November, January, February, or March.

The Airfare Spot also suggests travelers departing from Minneapolis and Salt Lake City may be able to book an ultra-affordable trip to Europe. While these fares were valid at the time of publishing, they are likely to sell out extremely fast.