Deal Alert: Nonstop to Cancun on AA and United from $264
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Cancun, baby! Who’s up for a trip to the land of beaches and drinks with little umbrellas in them? We’ve managed to dig up some fantastic fares from cities around the US — and while you’ll save an extra 20 or 30 bucks by connecting, we opted for nonstop flights to help maximize your time on the beach. As is typical (for whatever reason), you’ll find the cheapest fares from Philadelphia (PHL), with nonstop options on US Airways running just $264 round-trip, including taxes. Miami also has some attractive fares ($270), as do New York ($317) and Chicago ($328) for travel this summer and beyond.
Here’s a sampling of what we found:
Philadelphia (PHL)-Cancun (CUN) for $264 on US Airways (earns 2,940 EQMs):
Philadelphia (PHL)-Cancun (CUN) for $270 on American (earns 1,062 EQMs):
New York (JFK)-Cancun (CUN) for $317 on American (earns 3,120 EQMs):
Chicago (ORD)-Cancun (CUN) for $328 on United (earns 2,888 EQMs):
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