Elite Daily, a website for and by women who are discovering the world, and themselves in the process, came up with an early announcement for spring breakers all over the U.S. who have Cancun in mind for this year…
Greetings from everywhere in America, where it’s freezing and we are all miserable right now. As temperatures continue to drop drastically across the country (like seriously it’s snowing in Florida what is happening), it’s time to start looking for a vacation destination that’ll keep us nice and toasty for as long as possible. Lucky for those carefree college students looking to escape the arctic weather for beaches and bright sunshine, these cheap flights to Cancun are only around $200 for a nonstop (roundtrip!) voyage to paradise. Hello, my bags are already packed.
Compared to a normal nonstop price that runs $600 or more, discount deal site Scott’s Cheap Flights’ points out that right now, prices are super low. Fees vary based on departure cities, with the lowest starting at $169 from Houston (IAH) to the highest amount at $258 from Nashville (BNA). Other cities include Los Angeles (LAX), Washington D.C (BWI & IAD), Chicago (ORD), and more. You can peep Google Flights to see more available cities.
Not only can you buy tickets to travel on varied dates, mostly between January and April 2018, but the deal also features major airlines, including Delta, JetBlue, United, American, and Interjet. Baggage fees are not included in the nonstop travel tickets, but c’mon — it’s Cancun, why are you packing clothes?
With these kind of deals, it’s safe to say that it’s spring break survival of the fittest. But you’ll have to act fast. According to Scott’s Cheap Flights, these fares can disappear at any time, only lasting a few days to even just a matter of hours. And these specific fares are only expected to last a day or two — so spring breakers, you better get moving if you wanna secure your beach side seat.
So how do you book your ticket? It’s actually really simple — all you need is Google Flights. Put in your departure airport and Cancun as a destination, with your preferred dates, and watch the magic happen. Of course, it helps to be subscribed to a service like Scott’s Cheap Flights, which does all the work of flagging those cheap flights using engines such as Google Flights and Momondo. If you have that, literally all you have to do is click the button, and it does the search for you.
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