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Fly Nonstop To New York City From Only $77 Round Trip

Fly Nonstop To New York City From Only $77 Round Trip

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Take a bite out of the Big Apple with this great deal on nonstop weekend flights to New York City. Fly from cities all over the United States between September 2017 and April 2018. Snag your flights and get ready to live it up for a weekend in New York, New York!

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Fly Nonstop To New York City Timeframe: 22. Sep. 2017 - 29. Apr. 2018

Origins
Boston, Cincinnati, Chicago, Raleigh, Los Angeles, Charlotte, Dallas, Orlando, Las Vegas, Miami, New Orleans, San Diego, Nashville, Washington, D.C.
Destination
New York

Take in a Broadway Show (let us know if you score tickets to Hamilton), enjoy a long walk in Central Park and snack on some of New York's famous dollar pizza.

Deal Overview

  • Round-trip Flights: Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Charlotte, Orlando, Cincinnati, Raleigh, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Miami, San Diego, Nashville, or Washington, D.C. to New York City
  • Travel Period: September 2017 – April 2018
  • Airlines: Allegiant, American, Frontier, jetBlue, Spirit, United, American
  • Travel Documents: Valid ID
  • Baggage Information: Please visit our baggage information post to find out more about allowances and additional fees.

Please keep in mind that flights are subject to availability. Our deals are current at the time of publication, but may sell out quickly or expire.

Please be aware that Spirit, Frontier, and Allegiant are low-cost airlines. These airlines offer cheap fares by reducing the number of services offered in-flight and before departure. Pack light, prepare a good playlist, bring a few snacks and enjoy the savings!

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