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Deal alert: You can fly round-trip Vancouver to Dublin for $481 CAD incl. tax

Prices are CA$685 cheaper than usual.

Are you feeling lucky?

Locals looking to visit the Emerald Isle for less don't need to rely on the "luck of the Irish" to score a sweet deal. 

Right now, WestJet is offering a few tickets in the fall that cost at least half the price of a regular ticket from the Lower Mainland. 

The least expensive flights for similar trips to Dublin usually cost between $810 CAD to $1,850 CAD, with ticket prices soaring over $1,200 CAD for return summer trips. 

If you're looking for a dramatically lower fare, a return WestJet trip departing Abbotsford on Oct. 19 and returning on Oct. 27 costs $475.41 CAD including all taxes and fees. It only makes one short layover in Calgary in either direction, too. 

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Photo via FlightHub

Book your ticket with FlightHub.

For folks who prefer to fly out of Vancouver, there's an option in the same price range, but they'll have to endure two stops on the outbound journey, rather than one. One of the stops is in Kelowna, and it is quite short; the other is a short layover in Calgary.

Thankfully, the return flight only has one stop in Calgary for a couple of hours. The flights need to be booked separately in order to snag this deal (check out the full itinerary in the photo gallery at the top of this story). 

The first flight is roughly $166.39 EUR, which works out to approximately $224.48 CAD. The other is $257.16 CAD and so your total ticket price should work out to under $481.64 CAD including all taxes and fees. 

Book the first ticket with WestJet and the second one with WestJet, too. 

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Photo via WestJet
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Photo via WestJet

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