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Round-Trip Flights To Puerto Rico For $179

By Parker Diakite

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Looking for a quick and fun getaway that involves the sun, sand, water and did we say sun? If so, then consider booking your next trip to Puerto Rico’s capital city of San Juan. From the nightlife, music, and culture there’s so much to do in San Juan.

On your to-do-list should be  the Isla Verde resort strip, known for its beaches, hotels, and nightclubs; Old San Juan, which features the picturesque colonial buildings; and the Paseo de la Princesa bayside promenade, home to a number of fortresses.

No matter if you’re looking for a quick weekend trip or a trip to refocus and get some R & R, Skyscanner has sales to San Juan from various departure cities that will have you in the Caribbean for as low as $179 round-trip.

Related Post: What It Means To Black In Puerto Rico

Here are some of the best deals from the East Coast:

From Atlanta:

The best deals to San Juan are leaving from Atlanta as early as March.  Spirit Airlines has a round-trip flight for $179 from Mar. 5 through Mar. 13.

From Miami

There are various options leaving Miami on American Airline for under $200  round-trip between April and May.  We found that the longer you stay, however, the cheaper the flight on Skyscanner.

From April 27 through May 4, round-trip flights are $194 round-trip.

From New York

The cheapest time to fly to San Juan from New York is in April, according to Skyscanner.   The cheapest option is from April 1 through April 11 on JetBlue.  The flights leaving Newark airport are nonstop.

From Boston

The best flight from Boson departs on Mar. 27 and returns on April 3 on Spirit Airlines for $207 round-trip. Keep in mind that with Spirit, you want to fit the bill for your luggage ahead a time because it’s more expensive at the airport.

Related Post: These Caribbean Islands Should Be On Your 2019 Travel Bucket List 

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