Americans are estimated to spend billions of dollars on Valentine’s Day gifts. And if you’re planning on purchasing an expensive item, why not switch it up this year? It’s not that you have to go cheap, but why not consider investing in a traveling experience with your special someone, rather than yet another material thing? 

If you’re short on inspiration, you’ll want to check out Air Canada’s St. Valentine’s Day Sale, with reduced fairs on domestic and international flights. The sale ends February 14th, giving you just enough time to book an exciting getaway to some very hot destinations.

Air Canada may be based in, well, Canada, but they offer flights from many American cities. So whether you live in San Francisco, Houston, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, New York, or anywhere in between, you can probably find a flight that’s convenient for you and your partner.

And as far as destinations go, the sky’s the limit.

For example, you can fly from New York City to the beautiful city of light – Paris – for as little as  as $215. For some Spanish romance, book your trip to Barcelona, for just $225. And to step way out of your comfort zone, take the leap and visit Shanghai for as little as $362.

If you’re not able to take a lot of time away from work, or want to avoid big differences in time zones, you can stay in North America, and travel throughout Canada, and explore cities like Toronto, Montréal and Vancouver.

With Air Canada’s St. Valentine’s Day sale, you can sing “Come Fly with me, let’s fly, let’s fly away!” along with Frank Sinatra as you and your special someone travel the world together.

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