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Calgary to Philadelphia - $456 roundtrip after tax, throughout the schedule

Anyone who's tried to book a flight to the eastern U.S. (New York, Philly, etc) lately knows that the days of sub $500 flights appear to be long gone. It's rare to even see them drop below $700 roundtrip after tax now.

But Continental just slashed their flights to Philly throughout their schedule, down to about $456 roundtrip after tax. Even December 20-27 has dropped!

Look for Tue/Wed/Thu/Sat to Tue/Wed/Thu/Sat flights over on Continental.com right now.

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2 Responses to "Calgary to Philadelphia - $456 roundtrip after tax, throughout the schedule"

    Has RS been here?
       RS on April 14th, 2011

    Just booked this - but used Expedia - got a flight from Calgary to Philly for 425 taxes in.

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on April 14th, 2011

    Nice one RS, I see it's actually cheaper on Delta's own site as well. Seems to have dropped by about $25 since yesterday.

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