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Thread: Flights-March (Spring Break)

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    Flights-March (Spring Break)

    I know I'm a bit early, but wondered if $580 non-stop was reasonable from NYC to AUA?

    I've been watching for a while and it's the lowest I've seen.
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    if it is round trip then, yes...not a bad price

    Quote Originally Posted by hmartasin View Post
    I know I'm a bit early, but wondered if $580 non-stop was reasonable from NYC to AUA?

    I've been watching for a while and it's the lowest I've seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hmartasin View Post
    I know I'm a bit early, but wondered if $580 non-stop was reasonable from NYC to AUA?

    I've been watching for a while and it's the lowest I've seen.
    I'm going in March as well. I keep going back and forth on whether I should buy tickets now our wait
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    We've booked our departing flight for March at $228.00pp. Still watching the return. So far the best price has been $267.00pp. We're hoping to get closer to the departing flight.



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    I always say that you should book with a price you are comfortable with. If you play the "airline price game", you could do less or considerably higher. You also might end up with lousy seats, too. Once I am comfortable with a price, I don't second guess if it could be lower and I don't look at the prices after I booked. I only keep checking to make sure they didn't change my seats.

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    Played with it a bit and ended up booking for $570. Delta non-stop to Aruba and Jet Blue non-stop coming home. (This was for our grandma)

    Now we have to wait for SW to come out with their flights as my family is coming from Kansas City!
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