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Flight Deal: Round-Trip Flights To St. Maarten For As Low As $247

By Parker Diakite

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With dozens of beaches, lagoons, luxury hotels, and stunning villas, St. Maarten is one of the most popular vacation spots in the Caribbean.

St. Maarten boasts 80-degree weather all year long and 37 beaches on its 37 square miles. St. Maarten is the ideal location for anyone looking for an active and adventurous vacation. Snorkeling remains at the top of the list for excursions where divers are on a quest for exotic creatures and reef sites on the island.

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Looking for more? There are also day trips that you can take to kayak, paddle board, or get on a thrilling banana boat ride to get your adrenaline pumping. There are tons of beach bars and cafes for your enjoyment as well. The island boasts cuisines from a wide variety of places.

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Here’s how to get to St. Marteen for as low as $247 round-trip:


From Atlanta

Flights from Atlanta are among the cheapest, according to Google Flights. A round-trip flight from Atlanta will run for $249 round-trip from Monday, May 6 through May 15 on Spirit Airlines.

From Philadelphia

Another good deal to St. Maarten leaves the Philadelphia area in early May. Round-trip tickets are priced at $247 on Spirit Airlines from May 6 through May 15.

 

From New York City

Flights from New York are more than $160 cheaper than normal at the end of April.  Plug in April 29 through May 5 as your travel dates into Google Flights for a round-trip ticket on JetBlue for $268.

From Chicago

Round-trip flights from Chicago will run for $260 round-trip from May 6 through May 15, according to Google Flights.

From Los Angeles

The cheapest option to St. Maarten from Los Angeles departs on May 7 through May 15 for $350 round-trip on Spirit Airlines. 

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