Deal alert: Fly to the Virgin Islands from $214

Jan 3, 2022

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If your New Year’s resolution includes a winter escape to the Caribbean then this deal could be for you. American, Delta and United Airlines are offering flights to St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands for as low as $214 round-trip. Travel from February to November from a number of U.S. cities to this acclaimed Caribbean destination.

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St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. (Photo by sorincolac/iStock/Getty Images)

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Deal basics

Airlines: American, Delta and United.
Routes: ATL/BOS/DFW/IAD/LAS/MIA/JFK/EWR/MCO/SFO/TPA and others to STT.
How to book: Directly on airline sites 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 St. Thomas (STT) are available from various U.S. cities, including:

  • Atlanta (ATL) — $373.
  • Boston (BOS) — $313.
  • Dallas (DFW) — $313.
  • Las Vegas (LAS) — $352.
  • Miami (MIA) — $214.
  • New York (JFK) — $224.
  • Newark (EWR) — $273.
  • Orlando (MCO) — $312.
  • San Francisco (SFO) — $348.
  • Tampa (TPA) — $301.
  • Washington, D.C. (IAD) – $396.

One of the most affordable deals we came across was a nonstop flight from Miami (MIA) to St. Thomas (STT) for $214 round-trip at the beginning of February. The deal is for a basic economy ticket on American Airlines, which includes one carry-on. Seat selection and a checked bag are available for an additional fee.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

We found flights available in early March from New York (JFK) to St. Thomas for $224 round-trip in American basic economy.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Texans can fly in February from Dallas (DFW) to St. Thomas on United for $313 round-trip with one stop in Houston (IAH). There is also an affordable option on Delta at $329 round-trip with a stop in Atlanta (ATL).

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

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Bottom line

The white sand beaches, scenic bays and historic towns of the U.S. Virgin Islands are enticing any time of the year. These deals will help get you there for a great price, especially if you travel this winter.

Featured photo by Danita Delimont/Getty Images.

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