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Ok, option A, you get in your car and drive for more than 24 hours, paying hundreds in gas. Option B, you book a super cheap ticket to the caribbean, arrive in hours, get some sun, cocktails and fun and forget about the world you left behind. If you’re all for option B, check out these amazing deals to sunshine…

Airfare deals of this nature expire very quickly, if you’re seeing this after April 24 there’s a chance that this has expired. To stay better tuned, follow us on Facebook or Twitter for instant updates when deals come around! Do give it a search if it’s for you just in case it’s still around!

The Deals

JetBlue, Delta and United are battling it out for New York turf. Rather than spray painting walls, they’ve decided to undercut each others fares, making excellent news for us. For the month of May (and even some dates in June) you can head from New York to Miami or vice versa for just $106 round trip. If that’s not up your alley, you can hit Barbados, Bermuda or Panama in the $217-275 range. Those are exceptional prices to lovely places.

The Dates

These options are pretty wide open in the month of May. You’ll want to pull up Google Flights to find the price and then follow their super easy steps to book. 


Booking these should be very easy. You can go directly to your favorite airline between JetBlue, Delta and United to search for these fares. If you’re having trouble, you can head to Google Flights where you’ll find a bunch of options to find these great prices. Book, sit back, pack your carry on, enjoy. 

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