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In case you weren’t already aware- New Orleans has been named one of the best cities on the planet for nightlife in 2018. The city coincidentally also features numerous award winning hotel bars. New Orleans is so much more than nightlife, with rich history, exotic cuisine and a flavor all to its own. The city is so sought after, it’s usually terribly expensive – but thanks to a limited time sale, you can get there as low as $89 round trip!

The Deals

United is battling stiff competition from Delta, American and JetBlue – and they’re all battling Spirit. Deals can be found from quite a few cities including Chicago are starting at just $89 round trip. New York and other major cities are under $200!

The Dates

The very best deals are available on select dates in February and March 2018. Plenty of other good deals are available at later dates as well in April, May and June. We suggest using these handy Google Flights tricks to find them.


Here are the best deals from each city on American, Delta, JetBlue or United, all deals are round trip – not one way! $89 Chicago,  $137 Dallas$140 Miami, $148 Raleigh$153 Columbus$185 Washington DC, $191 Los Angeles, $246 Phoenix In many cases, Spirit will offers lower fares, though we haven’t covered them. Click any link above and then “all airlines” on Google Flights links to see Spirit results included.

Beware: Basic

Some deals will fall into the “Basic Economy” category. If you have an airline credit card from the airline you’re booking with, you instantly dodge the basic economy restrictions. If you don’t it could be worth spending the extra $20 or so to avoid the hassle. Especially on United, which charge $5 more for an aisle seat than a window!

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