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Flights to Bermuda from $276 round-trip
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Flights to Bermuda from $276 round-trip

Laura Sayers June 13, 2018
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Save big on flights to Bermuda, including peak summer dates

Peak summer travel deals are rare to find, but here’s one that takes you straight into island time! The Points Guy has found round-trip deals to Bermuda starting at $276, but you’ll want to book soon if you want to grab this deal — these fares likely disappear in a few days. 

These discounted fares are available on JetBlue, Delta, American and United for travel July through September. Fares like this normally run $500 and up so you can save a couple hundred dollars with this deal.

To Bermuda (BDA) from:

  • Atlanta (ATL) – $383
  • Boston (BOS) – $306
  • Detroit (DTW) – $345
  • Ft. Lauderdale (FLL) – $369
  • New York (JFK) – $276
  • New York (LGA) – $291
  • Newark (EWR) – $296
  • Toronto (YYZ) – $305
  • Washington D.C. (DCA) – $344

Bag fees run about $25 each way, so pack light and stick to a carryon and avoid the additional fees. Always be sure to price compare to make sure that you’re getting the best deal. Google Flights and Kayak.com/explore websites are great resources to check against other carriers. Pricing can change at any time.

See Clark’s travel planning and booking guide for the best tips on stress-free travel.

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Laura Sayers is a writer and deal digger for ClarkDeals.com. She has a passion for travel, enjoys tracking down great destination sales and can pack for a 2-week trip in just one carry-on suitcase!
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