While we still aren’t in the clear of COVID-19, some travelers are going stir crazy and are ready to get away for a few days. If you are one of those people, we found a few U.S. cities that have had a significant drop in flight prices.

It is best to purchase your flights now, after reading the airline’s cancelation policy of course. If you find that it is too risky to travel once the date comes, you should be able to receive a credit or the option to rebook for a later date.

Of course, if you do decide to venture out you’ll want to check the destination’s quarantine rules and any stay-at-home orders that may be in place.

NOLA aka ‘The Big Easy” has seen as much as a 65% drop in fares according to Skyscanner. Flights are pricing at around $135 roundtrip from several cities across the country. However, keep in mind that New Orleans still isn’t 100% open for tourism.

Looking for a little sun and sand? According to Priceline, flights into Miami are coming up at a more than 50% discount than normal. July and August fares are down significantly from prices that same time last year. Right now, flights are on average $135 roundtrip, with the possibility of dropping under $100 deeper into the summer.

If you’ve been wanting to pop into ‘Sin City,’ this is the time to purchase a flight. Fares are down more than 47% compared to prices around summer 2019. Skyscanner is showing an average of $115 roundtrip from most cities, with many being even cheaper.

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