Flight Deal: Fly Coast-to-Coast For Only $196
By DeAnna Taylor
Spring is upon us, which means it’s time to travel. If you are looking to visit more of the United States, this flight deal will be perfect to help you reach that goal.
You can fly nonstop from San Francisco to Boston, or vice versa, for as low as $196 roundtrip.
These low-priced flights can be found via United Airlines. They are valid for travel during April and May. It is best to use Priceline to search for your perfect dates and then purchase your seat.
This promotional fare is under United Airlines’ basic fare class. United has a few restrictions that are different from other airlines basic economy fare. They are as follows:
- You will be required to pay for a specific seat. Otherwise, you will randomly be assigned a seat at check-in.
- You are only allowed a personal item. Under United’s basic fare, you cannot store bags in the overhead bin.
- Checked bags will cost more under this fare than they would with basic economy.
If you can pack light, then meeting the requirements for this deal will be no issue for you.
If you travel to Boston, the city’s Irish immigrant heritage has given it a look reminiscent of Dublin, Ireland. If you are looking for an affordable alternative to a European vacation, then Boston can be the perfect destination.
If you head to San Francisco, you will find a city with an exceptional dining culture. Jackson Square offers an extravagant dining experience with many Michelin star restaurants. Chinatown, The Fillmore, and The Mission are neighborhoods that also offer a range of food options.
Whether you catch the sunset views of the Golden Gate Bridge or you take a stroll through Fisherman’s Wharf, you will not be at a loss for things to do and places to visit while in the Bay.
Book your flight soon!
DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.