Flights to Costa Rica in the $200s & $300s round-trip!

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Save $200 or more on flights to Costa Rica!

Scott’s Cheap Flights just sent out a deal for flights to Costa Rica in the $200s and $300s round-trip! Flights are available generally late January through May 2020. Some routes have additional availability from late August through October 2020. But you’ll want to hurry if you want to grab this deal! These fares may not be around for long.

Fares to Costa Rica normally run about $550, so if you end up buying these you’ll save several hundred dollars. You’ll fly American, Interjet, JetBlue, Delta, Copa or United if you decide to book it. A checked bag costs $30 each way unless you’re flying Copa. If you don’t live near a city that has a deal, search for a cheap flight using Google Flights from the city closest to you and see if it’s still a deal altogether!

To San José (SJO) from:

  • Atlanta (ATL) – $319
  • Austin (AUS) – $327
  • Buffalo (BUF) – $340
  • Charleston (CHS) – $330
  • Chicago (ORD) – $330
  • Cleveland (CLE) – $379
  • Dallas (DFW) – $294
  • Fort Lauderdale (FLL) – $282
  • Houston (IAH) – $327
  • Jacksonville (JAX) – $328
  • Las Vegas (LAS) – $302
  • Miami (MIA) – $246
  • New Orleans (MSY) – $268
  • New York City (JFK) – $320
  • Orlando (MCO) – $229
  • Philadelphia (PHL) – $334
  • Raleigh (RDU) – $368
  • Richmond (RIC) – $336
  • San Antonio (SAT) – $295
  • San Diego (SAN) – $375
  • San Juan (SJU) – $268
  • Tampa (TPA) – $318

* – nonstop / direct

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 are great resources to check against other carriers, but you’ll want to be sure to book directly with the carrier.

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

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