Flights to the Bahamas in the $200s round-trip!

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Save up $200 on flights to the Bahamas!

Add a little island time into your schedule with this great deal courtesy of Scott’s Cheap Flights! Right now you can find round-trip flights in the $200s. But you’ll want to hurry if you want to grab this deal because it may only last a day or two!

These discounted fares are through American, JetBlue, Delta and United for select dates generally October through November 2020, excluding Thanksgiving, with some sale fares available into 2021. Airfare to the Bahamas normally runs around $550 and up, so this deal can save you close to $200!

To Freeport (FPO) from:

  • Birmingham (BHM) — $281
  • Boston (BOS) — $281
  • Greenville (GSP) — $281
  • Knoxville (TYS) — $281
  • New York City (LGA) — $281
  • Washington DC (DCA) — $281

To Marsh Harbour (MHH) from:

  • Birmingham (BHM) — $231
  • Boston (BOS) — $231
  • Chicago (ORD) — $251
  • Greenville (GSP) — $231
  • Knoxville (TYS) — $231
  • New York City (LGA) — $231
  • Washington DC (DCA) — $231
  • Washington DC (IAD) — $231

To Nassau (NAS) from:

  • Birmingham (BHM) — $283
  • Boston (BOS) — $280 Nonstop
  • Chattanooga (CHA) — $282
  • Chicago (ORD) — $267
  • Greenville (GSP) — $285
  • Huntsville (HSV) — $282
  • Knoxville (TYS) — $282
  • New York City (LGA) — $267
  • Washington DC (DCA) — $282
  • Washington DC (IAD) — $282

* – nonstop / direct

Note that the cheapest fares are basic economy, which means early seat selection is not included and a checked bag costs $30 to $35 each way on all airlines in both basic and regular economy. 

These fares will sell out quickly and pricing can change at any time. Always be sure to price compare to make sure that you’re getting the best deal. Google Flights and Kayak.com/explore are great resources to check against other carriers, but you’ll want to be sure to book directly with the carrier. American, Delta, JetBlue and United are waiving change fees for all bookings made by July 31, 2020. The travel industry is currently under great stress, and the money you pay now may be lost if companies go out of business. See more here.

See Clark’s travel planning and booking guide for the best tips on stress-free travel and sign up for Scott’s Cheap Flights here for future cheap deals!