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Deal Alert: Fly To Barbados For Less Than $350 Round-Trip

By Parker Diakite

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If you’ve been thinking about a trip to the Caribbean, then consider exploring Barbados.

Known for its beaches, scenery, food, and Rihanna, Barbados is a great place to soak up the sun for your next vacation. In fact, according to Barbados.org, the island is known to get 3,000 hours of sunshine a year!

 

According to Google Flights, JetBlue and American Airlines have tickets for less than $400, including taxes and fees, for travel as early as September until the end of October.

 

From the Washington D.C. Area

 

With three international airports in the Washington D.C. and Baltimore areas, there are plenty of options for people to book a flight between September and October. There are also various options if you are planning a short getaway or an extended stay. Vacations range from four days and more, just plug in your desired dates in Google Flights.

 

 

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From Atlanta

 

If you’re in the Atlanta area, there are a few options under $400. If you don’t mind a long layover, the prices are even cheaper, and you can maximize your vacation by visiting two cities for the price of one depending on how long the layover.

 

From Chicago

 

JetBlue has deals from Chicago with relatively shorter layover times compared to the other deals. This deal was found on Google Flights.

 

 

Austin

 

There are various options leaving from Austin, Texas on Google Flights under $400.   The deals range from mid-September until the end of October.

 

Be advised when planning a trip to Barbados, like most Caribbean countries, that hurricane season runs from June until the end of November. We recommend having a contingency plan, including travel insurance plans, and packing more clothes in your carry-on in the event of a delayed flight. To start your search, use our sample Google Flights itinerary here

 

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