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Flight Deal: Fly Nonstop To Bermuda From Multiple Cities For As Low As $313

By DeAnna Taylor

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Several airlines are competing for business with low priced flights to Bermuda. The sale initially started with American Airlines, but JetBlue and Delta have joined the party too. The lowest priced route is from New York for only $313 round trip.

 

 

Dates for the low fares run from December through April. Other departure cities include Boston, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Atlanta, and Washington, DC. It is best to use Google Flights to find the dates and most accurate pricing for this deal. The low priced fares are under each airlines basic economy class. With this fare class you are restricted to the following:

 

  • Limited to a personal item and carry-on item only. Checked luggage will be an additional fee.
  • You cannot select your seat prior to check-in. If you need special seat arrangements, you must pay an upcharge.
  • You cannot make changes to the ticket once it is confirmed.

 

Double check with each airline for any additional fare rules.

 

Related: 13 Stylish Black Men Travelers To Follow On Instagram

 

Bermuda is a self-governing British island territory in the North Atlantic Ocean known for its pink-sand beaches such as Elbow Beach and Horseshoe Bay. The cobblestone streets and pastel-colored homes and buildings of St. George’s are enough to make you want to stay forever.

 

With British, North American, African, Portuguese and West Indian influences, this country is a unique cultural melting pot. In spite of its tiny size, just 20 miles by 2 miles, Bermuda’s museums and art galleries add touches of urban sophistication and its many forts attract history buffs, while its varied topography makes it ideal for all manner of water sports, hiking, golfing, or just soaking up some sun on a picture-perfect beach.


 

A good starting point is the UNESCO World Heritage Centre where you can get a general overview of Bermuda’s history; don’t miss the quirky consignment shop attached to it called Second-Hand Rose, which exemplifies the juxtaposition of old and new of Bermuda’s slightly oddball traditions.

 

Hurry and grab this deal before it’s gone.

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DeAnna Taylor

DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.

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