Cheap Flights: (Austin or San Antonio) to Amsterdam $444-$450 r/t – Priceline Express Deal

[10/11/2018 @ 11:06 PM] Book this fare on: Priceline.
[11/05/2018 @ 2:30 PM] Deal is back on. Price increased by +$25. Was $425.
[11/05/2018 @ 5:33 PM] Fare gone. Removing from deal list.
[11/07/2018 @ 5:30 PM] Deal is back on.

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Priceline has “Express Deal” round-trip flights from San Antonio or Austin (SAT/AUS) to Amsterdam (AMS) for $444-$450 with a connection. Flights from December to March. 7-day minimum stay required. Christmas / New Year blackout. Expect prices to fluctuate by +/- $15.

Note: For “Priceline Express” deals, the actual airline and flight is hidden until after purchase. No 24-hour free cancellation. Guaranteed to be on a major airline. Select the fare that has 0-1 connections and a connection time of less than 4-hours. Also select the fare that says “free carry-on bag, and seat selection.”

Note: We think this hidden fare is on Star Alliance carriers.

  • Example Dates: (Priceline / BookingBuddy) Dec 05 – Dec 12Blackout: Dec 12 – Dec 31 / Jan 09 – Jan 16 / Jan 16 – Jan 23 / Jan 23 – Jan 30 / Jan 30 – Feb 06 / Feb 06 – Feb 13 / Feb 13 – Feb 20 / Feb 20 – Feb 27 / Mar 13 – Mar 20 / Mar 20 – Mar 27 / Other dates: There are more dates available than the ones we list here, experiment on your own.

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  • Tips: Rent a car for cheaper by using Priceline’s “Express Deals”. The rental car company will be hidden until after you purchase, but this allows those companies to undercut the published rate indirectly. You can remove low quality companies from those hidden results. The trick is to use the quality filter on their website to remove any rental car company with a review rating under 7.0 and then pick the deals that survive the filter.
  • Tips: Use Tripadvisor to create a Hotel “short list”. First, plug in your dates and destination. Then select “Sort by Traveler Ranked”. Finally, select the “Traveler Ranking” filter to show “only 4* and up”. Use this resulting “short list” of hotels to find the cheapest one with a high ranking.
  • Tips: Hotel rates for Weekend dates are usually higher than the rates for Sunday through Thursday. Tripadvisor has a color-coded date calendar, red when the average hotel price for that day is more expensive, green for less expensive. You can use this to get an overview of what dates in the month are at a discount.
  • Tips: Different booking websites will often have differing routes, prices, and availability. Before you finalize your purchase, do a quick check on BookingBuddy, Skyscanner, and Kayak to see if any other site or airline is offering a better deal.


I was able to pull this fare up on Priceline. Screenshot taken when this post was initially created. See timestamps at the top of this post.

Note: OTAs such as Travelocity and Priceline allow free cancellation without penalty within 24-hours after you purchase. As deals sell-out or expire quickly, this policy will allow you to “lock-in” the cheap fare while you sort out a plan. Just keep in mind that after 24-hours, you will not be able to cancel without the regular penalty.

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