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Emirates Is Having a Huge Independence Day Sale, but You Need to Act Fast

Can we all just agree that flying on Emirates is total #TravelGoals? They’re the most luxe airline around, and we can’t stop dreaming about it. Not only do they have a lounge on their planes so swanky travelers can drink in style, but some of their planes even have private suites with showers so you can clean off that airport grime while you’re still in the air. But traveling in pure luxury comes with a price. Like $19,000 round-trip for a first-class ticket! Luckily, Emirates has great amenities in coach too, and they’re having a huge Fourth of July sale. This might just be your time to fly like the star you know you are.

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The Independence Day sale features deals on fall travel from any of their U.S. travel hubs to some 91 destinations worldwide. Sample fares include $549 to Milan, $649 to Athens and $899 to Bangkok in economy, and if you want to upgrade to business class, you’re looking at fares starting at $3,529. Still pretty steep, but it’s cheaper than usual! The sale is running now through July 8.

If you want more than just a flight, you might want to take advantage of another Emirates Independence Day deal. They sell all-inclusive vacation packages, and there are some surprisingly great prices you can take advantage of during the sale.

How about a seven-night trip to the Maldives for just $1,645 per person (which includes your flights)? Or a resort in Mauritius in a room with an ocean view for $2,209 per person, which includes all meals, drinks and activities like snorkeling and water skiing? It might be the time to finally pull the trigger on your dream vacation.

More: 11 Affordable 4th of July Destinations to Take the Whole Family To

You can see all of Emirate’s vacation deals here and check prices on flights here. But you’d better act fast — these deals expire at midnight on July 8.

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