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A number of factors have been working together to bring us some very good flight prices to Mexico and the Caribbean in recent weeks and months. I don’t cover all of them since I presume you already follow @theflightdeal…and if not, you should, but here are a few updates in case you have been busy and missed some of the deals.
Philadelphia, Dallas, Phoenix, Charlotte, St. Louis, Raleigh, and Pittsburgh – from $272 on United
Los Cabos took a big hit during hurricane season last year, but it is finally starting to spring back to life and you can visit some of the resorts this fall for a very good price via this airfare sale on United from multiple cities. For example, the all-inclusive Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos is set to reopen potentially as early as August 15th (though these things do have a tendency to get delayed from time to time). I highlighted some of the upgrades made at that property in this post and it looks like it will be a very nice spot to visit once it gets fully operational again (and let’s hope it is sparred this hurricane season).
I recommend using a flexible date search to spot the lowest priced days to fly – head to The Flight Deal for more details as this one won’t last.
Fly Low Cost Carrier Norwegian to French Caribbean from $79 Each Way via Boston, Baltimore/Washington D.C. and New York City
Norweigan will begin operating flights from those cities above to the Guadeloupe Islands and Martinique on December 3, 2015 with prices starting at just $79 each way. This brings the round trip price to as low as about $178 round trip.
I again recommend using their “low cost calendar” to find the cheapest dates to travel.
Remember, if you want to save cash and still take advantage of these much lower than normal fare you can use points from your Barclaycard Arrival Plus™ World Elite MasterCard® at a one point = one cent ratio and get 10% of those points back for redeeming for travel.
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