Deal Alert: Fly round-trip to Turks and Caicos from under $250
Jump on this one.
American Airlines, Delta, JetBlue, and WestJet are all offering flights for a little over $200 round-trip from several departure cities to Turks and Caicos in the Caribbean right now.
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Airline: American, Delta, JetBlue and WestJet
Routes: ATL/BOS/EWR/JFK/ PHL/MIA/MSY/YYZ and many more cities to PLS
How to book: Directly through airline sites or Google flights
Travel Dates: February to November
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The deal includes basic economy round-trip flights from a great range of cities in North America including:
- Atlanta (ATL) - $366
- Boston (BOS) - $256
- Ft. Lauderdale (FLL) - $248
- Hartford (BDL) - $358
- Jacksonville (JAX) - $316
- Miami (MIA) - $209
- Mobile (MOB) - $368
- Nashville (BNA) - $367
- New Orleans (MSY) - $358
- New York (JFK) - $215
- Philadelphia (PHL) - $215
- Savannah (SAV) - $368
- Tampa (TPA) - $368
- Toronto (YYZ) - $333
JetBlue seats are Blue Basic which only includes a standard seat. A carry-on, checked item and seat selection costs extra. Other airlines are economy seats which include a seat and carry-on.
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One of the cheapest deals we found was also one of the shortest out of the bunch. The deal is from Miami (MIA) to Providenciales (PLS) at $209 round-trip available throughout February, March and April.
Nonstop flights from New York (JFK) and Newark (EWR) to Providenciales (PLS) are available on JetBlue and Delta for $215 round-trip in March.
Perhaps travelers from Philly will swap their cheesesteaks for fresh seafood and island flavors. One of the best options we found is from Philadelphia (PHL) to Providenciales (PLS) for $215 in February. There are limited flights under $250 round-trip so snag them while you can.
Those in Beantown can plan a getaway in February when flights to Providenciales (PLS) from Boston (BOS) are at $256 round-trip on JetBlue for Basic Blue seats. The deal includes one stop in New York (JFK) each way.
WestJet is offering flights from Toronto (YYZ) to Providenciales (PLS) nonstop in March at $333 round-trip. The flight includes a standard seat and carry-on but a checked bag and seat selection will cost extra.
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Whether you want to enjoy the warm water and powdery beaches or relax in luxury at one of the many resorts (like the Ritz-Carlton) in Turks and Caicos, this Caribbean oasis has limitless opportunities to unwind and unplug and there are many deals to get you there.
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