Flight Deal: Fly Coast To Coast For Under $200
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Photo Credit: DenisTangneyJr.| Getty Images

Flight Deal: Fly Coast To Coast For Under $200

Deals , Boston , United States , Los Angeles , United States
DeAnna Taylor
DeAnna Taylor Jan 1, 2019

If you are looking for a cheap flight deal from Boston to Los Angeles or vice versa, you can find them online for under $200. All of the major airlines are competing on this route as they are all listing their prices right at $197. Did we mention these are also nonstop flights?

These low priced flights are apart of each airline’s basic economy fare class. While each airline has its own set of rules, the basic rules are as follows:

  • You cannot select your seat prior to check in. If you need specific seating arrangements, it is best to upgrade to regular economy.
  • You cannot make any changes to the reservation once it is confirmed.
  • As far as baggage, you can bring a personal item. Some airlines do not allow access to overhead bins, so a carry-on may not be permitted.

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This sale is valid for travel in January and February. Use Google Flights to find the best flight that works with your schedule.

Los Angeles is known for its mild weather and sunny skies. Be sure to pack a light jacket because it gets cool in the evenings. The NBA season is in full swing, so head to the Staples Center to catch LeBron James in action as a Laker.

If basketball isn’t your thing, there is still lots to do. Make your way to Runyon Canyon Park for a scenic hike. Make your way to the top to take in one of the best views of L.A. and the infamous Hollywood Sign. Don’t forget your camera as you may spot a celebrity or two while on the trail. If you are looking for more touristy things, then head to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Scope out your favorite entertainer’s star and snap a picture. Or you can head to Beverly Hills area to see how the rich and famous live.

Grab this deal before it’s gone.