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Flights to Puerto Rico in the $100s & $200s round-trip

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(Editor’s note: 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.)

Scott’s Cheap Flights has found some amazing deals to San Juan in the $100s & $200s round-trip. Scott’s is predicting that these fares will last a couple of days, so don’t wait too long to score this deal! These flights normally cost $550 or more.

This deal is valid generally August through early November 2020. Some routes have additional availability from mid-November 2020 through March 2021, including Thanksgiving but excluding Christmas or New Year’s Eve. These fares are available on American, JetBlue, Southwest, Delta and United. Note that most routes are basic economy fares, so early seat selection and a full-size carry-on is not included, with the exception of United. A checked bag costs $30 to $35 each way on all airlines except for Southwest, which includes two free checked bags.

To Aguadilla (BQN) from:

  • Boston (BOS) — $293
  • Orlando (MCO) — $184 Nonstop
  • Washington DC (DCA) — $275 Washington DC (IAD) — $293

TO: Ponce (PSE)

  • (BOS) — $291

To San Juan (SJU) from:

  • Boston (BOS) — $128
  • Chicago (ORD) — $261 Nonstop
  • Miami (MIA) — $139 Nonstop
  • Orlando (MCO) — $171 Nonstop
  • Washington DC (DCA) — $236
  • Washington DC (IAD) — $278

* – 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.

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