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Deal Alert: There’s A Big Sale On Flights To Rio Right Now

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Brazil has a world of possibility to offer black travelers, but the cost to get to the country is normally more than $1,000 for those departing the US. Flights to Rio de Janeiro are on sale right now, however, but these reduced fares will be gone before you know it.

 

If you’re flying from Los Angeles, be on the hunt for flights starting at $709, while those in San Francisco can get seats on Delta for $712 between now and December.

 

Delta and American can get you from Baltimore to Brazil for around $715 if you travel through the end of the year, Delta also has tons of flights from New York City for the mid 700s.

 

The best deal we spotted was from Miami, where flights are going for just $676 for travel between August and November.

 

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RELATED: A New E-Visa Will Make Traveling To Brazil A Lot Easier

 

Once you’re in Rio, the world awaits. Relax on Copacabana people watch while you’re in Ipanema, marvel at the Christ the Redeemer monument and samba the night away with locals.


 

Ready for Rio? Start planning your trip now by heading to Google Flights or use our sample flight itinerary here and get a head start! Adjust the travel dates and origin city to what works best for you, but act fast because these deals won’t last.

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