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Nothing beats Europe in the spring! Here’s your chance to cross Poland off the bucket list.

LOT Polish Airlines is offering three days of “Crazy Fares” on March 13-15, 2013 for travelers going to Poland from its Chicago and New York JFK gateways for travel beginning April 1 through Nov. 30, 2013. These “Crazy Fares” are a 20 percent savings off the normal economy fares.

Sample Fare:
Round-trip economy from New York or Chicago to Krakow on May 12: $712.

The prices include all fees, taxes and surcharges. Tickets must be booked and ticketed within 24 hours of reservations. These special “Crazy Fares” are non-refundable with no changes permitted, require a Saturday overnight and are only available on LOT operated transatlantic flights and domestic flights when booked with a LOT flight number. To book these special “Crazy Fares” to Poland, contact your local travel agent, call LOT at (212) 789-0970 or visit www.LOT.com. Passengers flying on LOT receive frequent flier mileage in Miles & More, United Mileage Plus, US Airways Dividend Miles or any one of the other Star Alliance carriers’ programs.

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