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Error Fare: Multiple Cities To Buenos Aires As Low As $242 Round-Trip

By Nadia-Elysse Harris

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The experts at Travel Pirates have found an apparent error fare with flights to Buenos Aires, Argentina from San Francisco, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. for as low as $242. The fare is still available now, but it likely won’t last long.

If Buenos Aires isn’t on your travel bucket list, it should be. The city is the capital of Argentina and home to several historical buildings and monuments. Buenos Aires also boasts the highest number of bookshops per person than any city worldwide. Other than that, the food is good, the nightlife is vibrant, and the history is rich.

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The error fare is available on Skyscanner for dates through the end of May 2019. The example below is for a January 2019 flight from San Francisco.

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Screenshot: 12/5/2018 @ 12:40pm PST

 

CLICK HERE to take advantage of this glitch fare or search for others. Please note: Airlines sometimes offer refunds for glitch fares, so make sure your flight is confirmed before reserving your hotel.

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