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Deal alert: Flights to Grenada for as low as $276

Jan. 07, 2022
5 min read
Antilles, Lesser Antilles, Grenada, view to St. George's
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If you’re looking for a unique Caribbean escape, then jump on this deal for Grenada.

American Airlines and JetBlue are offering round-trip flights to Grenada for as low as $276 from major U.S. cities. Travel is available at these prices from February to November. Explore this underrated Caribbean destination known for its coastal towns, nature reserves and sandy beaches.

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St. George's, the capital of Grenada. (Photo by Flavio Vallenari/Getty Images)

Most of the following deals are for economy seats on American Airlines and JetBlue, which include one carry-on and a standard seat. A checked bag and better seat selection can be added for extra fees.

Deal basics

Airlines: American and JetBlue.
Routes: DEN/JFK/LGA/PHL/LAX and others to GND.
How to book: Directly with the airline or through Google Flights.
Travel dates: February-November 2022.

Related: These are the best times to visit the Caribbean

Sample flights

Departing round-trip flights to Grenada (GND) are available from various U.S. cities, including:

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  • Boston (BOS) — $342.
  • Denver (DEN) — $394.
  • Detroit (DTW) — $394.
  • Jacksonville, Florida (JAX) — $384.
  • Los Angeles (LAX) — $394.
  • New York (JFK) — $316.
  • Philadelphia (PHL) — $276.
  • Phoenix (PHX) — $394.
  • San Diego (SAN) — $394.
  • San Francisco (SFO) — $394.

One of the cheapest options we found was from Philadelphia (PHL) to Grenada (GND) in February for $276 round-trip with one stop in Miami (MIA).

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

If you want a getaway from cold winter temperatures, you have your pick of affordable departure flights from the middle to the end of February. The cheapest flight is on JetBlue from New York (JFK) to Grenada nonstop at $331 round-trip. More flights are offered on American from JFK and Newark (EWR) starting at $340 round-trip with stops in Miami (MIA) and Charlotte (CLT).

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

On the West Coast, travelers flying from Los Angeles (LAX) at the end of February to the beginning of March can go to Grenada for $394 on American Airlines. This deal is $200 cheaper than usual, according to Google Flight estimates.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Flights from Denver (DEN) to Grenada will also cost $394 round-trip on JetBlue with a stop in New York (JFK). Or you can fly on American Airlines with a stop in Miami (MIA) from the middle to the end of February.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Floridians wanting to head to Grenada at an affordable price can do so from Jacksonville (JAX) for $384 round-trip. The departure ticket will be on American Airlines with stops in Charlotte (CLT) and Miami (MIA) while the return ticket will be on JetBlue with a stop in New York (JFK).

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Maximize your purchase

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Bottom line

Grenada is known as Spice Island for its abundance of nutmeg, clove, allspice and cinnamon. There’s even a nutmeg on the country’s flag. If you want to experience the culture and cuisine of this Caribbean island, take advantage of these deals soon.

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