Deal alert: Round-trip flights to sunny St. Croix, USVI under $300

Dec 19, 2021

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What better way to shake off the winter blues than to go sailing or just relax on the beach in the Caribbean? American Airlines is offering some steals in the beginning of 2022 to St. Croix, USVI from major U.S. cities for under $300 round-trip.

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Harbor at St Croix, Virgin Islands. (Photo by Don Hebert/Getty Images)

Our friends at Secret Flying first reported the offers, which are available during February and March 2022.

Deal basics

Airline: American Airlines.
Routes: BOS/DFW/EWR/MIA/ORD to STX.
How to book: Directly through American Airlines or via Google Flights.
Travel dates: February and March, 2022.

Related: These are the best times to visit the Caribbean

Sample flights

Most of the following deals are Basic Economy on American Airlines. You are allowed a carry-on but seat selection and a checked bag will cost extra.

One of the most inexpensive round-trip flights we found was from Miami (MIA) to St. Croix (STX) nonstop from the end of February to the beginning of March at $190.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

There are options throughout February for round-trip flights from Dallas (DFW) to St. Croix (STX) at $221 with a stop in Miami (MIA).

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Those on the East Coast looking to escape the winter chill can do so in mid-February for $223 round-trip from Newark (EWR) to St. Croix (STX).

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

If you’re looking to avoid the harsh winter climes of the “Windy City,” we found round-trip flights from Chicago (ORD) to St. Croix (STX) at the end of February for $239.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Bostonians seeking a break from the winter chill will find limited flights available in February. We found this itinerary from Boston (BOS) to St. Croix (STX) with a stop in Miami (MIA) for $275 round-trip.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

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Bottom line

Trade in the snow and windy chill of winter for the sun, surf and sand of the U.S. Virgin Islands before these deals slip away.

Featured image by cdwheatley/Getty Images.

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