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Flight Deal: Fly Nonstop From NYC To Atlanta For Only $130

By DeAnna Taylor

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It’s always great to get away for the low, even if it’s just a few states away. Right now, you can book your seat on a nonstop flight from New York’s EWR Airport into ATL shawty. The lowest price found is only $130 roundtrip.

This deal is via Delta Airlines and has travel dates between early September and late October. You can also find this deal going from Atlanta to New York.

Under Delta’s Basic Fare, a few restrictions will apply to your ticket:

  • You are limited to one carry on and one personal item only. Checked luggage will come at a higher price than normal.
  • You cannot select your seat prior to travel. A seat will be randomly assigned to you on the day of your flight.
  • You cannot make changes to the reservation once it is confirmed, nor can you upgrade.

Other than this, you will be provided the same amenities onboard as those in regular economy. This includes snack and beverage service at no additional cost.

Start your day with a bomb breakfast at Milk and Honey located at 5495 Cascade Rd. SW. They serve up dishes like Crab Hash and Georgia Peach Cognac French Toast 7 days a week.

Atlanta is said to be the most culturally relevant cities around right now. No matter your interest you can definitely find something to occupy your time.

If you have little ones, a trip to the Georgia Aquarium is always a great idea. Spend hours getting up close and personal with some of the ocean’s most exotic creatures.

Atlanta is also a city full of dope murals which are perfect for your next photo shoot. Be sure to get your outfits right for that perfect shot.

Related: 50 Dope Murals Across The Country That You’ll Want To See In Person

Last but certainly not least, if you have the patience, get your hands on the most popular vegan burgers out right now at Slutty Vegan. The lines have consistently been over 2 hours since the spot opened.

No matter what you choose, you can’t go wrong. Head to your favorite travel search engine now to book your flight. The lowest prices can be found via Priceline.com.

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DeAnna Taylor

DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel blogger, author, and writer. While Charlotte, NC (her hometown) is her base, she's always somewhere on a plane. Catch her on IG: @brokeandabroadlife.

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