If you are reading The Yucatan Times while enduring frigid temperatures in the U.S., and you’re looking to escape the cold with a tropical getaway, or to schedule a last-minute trip to see friends and family this winter, you can do it on the cheap if you know where to look.
A variety of airlines are currently running sales on flights across the U.S. and to international destinations that include sun-soaked locales such as Cancun and the Riviera Maya.
Time.com rounded up the best deals you can snag, if you act fast.
Southwest is running a winter sale, with deals out of several other U.S. cities, including $138 one-way flight stop Cancun from Houston, $154 one-way flights to Cabo from both Denver and Houston, and flights from Chicago to Jamaica’s Montego Bay for $204 one way.
You’ll need to book by Dec. 7, with domestic flights available from Dec. 19 through May 23, 2018, while international flights are available from Jan. 9 through March 1, 2018 and from April 3 through May 18, 2018.
JetBlue also has deals on flights from select cities. Domestic flights start at just $49 one-way to fly from cities like New York to Portland, for example, while trips to international hotspots like the Turks and Caicos start at $59 one-way from Fort Lauderdale. You can also fly from Fort Lauderdale to Aguadilla in Puerto Rico for $69 one-way, or from Orlando to Cancun for $105 one-way.
Delta Air Lines
Those looking to head to Mexico will find roundtrip flights that start at under $300 with Delta. The airline has currently slashed prices on Mexico flights, with round-trip flights from Los Angeles starting at $271 to Guadalajara, $374 to Leon, and $484 to Cancun.
From Las Vegas, round-trip flights start at $279 to Mexico City, while those in San Antonio can also head to Mexico City for just $255 round-trip. Book by Dec. 8 to snag the deals, with flights available for travel anytime between Jan. 15 and March 15 of 2018.
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