Deal alert: Round-trip flights to Trinidad and Tobago under $250

Dec 12, 2021

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The island of Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean is known for soca and calypso music, beautiful beaches and its vibrant Carnival celebration every year.

Now you can experience the lively culture of Trindad and Tobago at a discount. American Airlines is offering deals to Trinidad and Tobago’s capital Port of Spain for less than $250 round-trip from several major U.S. cities.

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The deal was originally sent out by our buds at Secret Flying.

We found offers applying to travel from January through March 2022 excluding the time during Carnival at the end of February and the beginning of March.

Deal basics

Airlines: American Airlines.
How to book: Directly at or via Google Flights.
Travel dates: January – March 2022 (excluding Carnival).

Related: Reopening guide to Trinidad and Tobago for travelers

Sample flights

The following deals are for basic economy seats on American Airlines which includes a standard seat and free carry-on. A checked bag, seat selection and priority boarding are available for additional fees.

One of the cheapest deals we found was from Washington D.C. (DCA) to Port of Spain (POS) with a stop in Miami (MIA) at $210 round-trip. There were many options at this price throughout the end of January and February.

(Screenshot courtesy of American Airlines)

We found a steal in mid-March from San Francisco (SFO) to Port of Spain (POS). The options are long trips with two stops, but at $211 round-trip it might be worth the long journey.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

There were many affordable nonstop options throughout January, February and March from Miami (MIA) to Port of Spain (POS) at $235 round-trip.

(Screenshot courtesy of American Airlines)

There were also many options throughout February for round-trip flights from Houston (IAH) to Port of Spain (POS) ranging from $211-213.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

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Bottom line

The warm inviting island country of Trinidad and Tobago is definitely worth a trip. TPG’s senior news editor Clint Henderson says there’s lots to see in Port of Spain and the short flight to Tobago is a once-in-a-lifetime trip for any true AvGeek.

Featured image by Clint Henderson/The Points Guy.

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