Amazing Deal Alert: United and US Airways to Cancun from $209
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Another deal to Mexico! Earlier this week, we found deals to Cabo on American and United starting at $284. Today, travelers can find good deals on flights on United and US Airways to Cancun (CUN) from a bunch of airports around the US. Per The Flight Deal, United and US Airways are offering these deals to Cancun from several cities this summer, including Cleveland (CLE), Dallas (DFW), Phoenix (PHX) and San Francisco (SFO) starting at $209 round-trip. The deal is also available from Philadelphia if you depart from the city’s 30th Street train station (ZFV) and connect at Newark airport (EWR) — that $224 fare includes an Amtrak segment in both directions.
Here are a few examples of what we found:
Cleveland (CLE)-Cancun (CUN) for $209 on US Airways:
Philadelphia (via 30th Street Train Station (ZFV))-Cancun (CUN) for $224 on United:
Phoenix (PHX)-Cancun (CUN) for $234 on United:
Dallas (DFW)-Cancun (CUN) for $239 on United:
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