Chicago flights from $906 return

Posted: 6 October 2017 10:10 am


At these prices, the windy city really is mighty pretty.

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With flights to California being slashed at the moment, it was only a matter of time until other American cities followed suit. And they have now that fares to Chicago have slid below the $1,000 return mark.

Starting at just $906 return, these flights are around half the price of their typical cost, but there are a few reasons why. First, you'll be flying during November which is the off-season and tends to welcome colder weather. In other words, prepare to rug up.

Second, you'll be flying on a mix of China Eastern and United Airlines flights, which although being full-service airlines, are arguably not as lauded as other carriers that travel up to Chicago from Australia like Qantas.

Flights selling for $906 return take off from Sydney. Similar flights are available from Melbourne starting at $1,084 return and from Brisbane starting at $1,152 return.

Perth journeys start at $1,338 return and fly with Air New Zealand and United Airlines while Adelaideans can take off on a combo of Spirit Airlines and Qantas from $1,491 return.

These fares are on last-minute trips to fill seats during the off-season and are only available until sold out.

Up for a cheap and cheeky Chicago getaway? This might be it.

Full details on how to book are on I Want That Flight here. Or, you can refer to our quick table below:

Full list of Chicago flights on sale:

FromToDatesPrice (return)Book
November 2017
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MelbourneChicagoOctober 2017 - January 2018
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BrisbaneChicagoNovember - December 2017
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PerthChicagoJune - July 2018
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AdelaideChicagoOctober 2017
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