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Don’t you deserve a break from the snow, cold and work week? We thought so. It’s hard to think of an easier or more accessible place than Nassau, Bahamas. The water is clear, the drinks are cold, the sun is out and now – the plane tickets to get there are cheap! Bahamas deal alert, anyone?

a row of seats on an airplaneThe Deals

American, Delta and JetBlue are in a fierce fight for your leisure travel. They’d love to give you a ride to the Bahamas, ending your winter blues and they’ve dropped prices to lovely levels in hopes of achieving that goal. They’ve got prices starting at just $232 round trip, with tons cities under $305. You can jet off from New York, Miami, Austin and Washington DC. Even West Coast cities like Los Angeles are $400, though West Coast people may enjoy Hawaii for $335 even more!

a large building next to a body of water with Atlantis Paradise Island in the backgroundThe Dates

These deals are available on select dates from February thru September 2018. Some cities may not have as many dates, but looking is free! We suggest using these handy Google Flights tricks to find the very best deals.

a dock on a beachBooking

We like easy, so we’ve made easy to use links taking you right to the best deals. Of course, you can always compare these prices using the cheapest sites to book flights, but for the most part – this is a good as it gets. Here’s $207 Fort Lauderdale, $256 Orlando$268 Washington DC$305 New York, $306 Austin, $329 Chicago – all round trip.

Are you going to the Bahamas?

Featured image courtesy of Atlantis Bahamas.

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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