Caribbean Winter Sale! Starts at $69 One-Way Non-Stop From New York, Boston, Baltimore

Caribbean Winter Sale! Starts at $69 One-Way Non-Stop From New York, Boston, Baltimore

Million Mile SecretsCaribbean Winter Sale! Starts at $69 One-Way Non-Stop From New York, Boston, BaltimoreMillion Mile Secrets Team

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Escape to the Caribbean this winter for cheap!

Non-stop Norwegian Air flights from Boston, Baltimore, and New York (JFK) are on sale starting at $69 each way.  And I’ll share a tip so you can travel to the islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe for even less!

Caribbean Winter Sale Starts At 69 One Way Non Stop From New York Boston Baltimore
Fly One-Way From New York (JFK) to the Warm Beaches of Martinique for Only ~$69 This Winter!

Let’s take a look at this deal!

Norwegian Air Winter Sale to the Caribbean

Link:   Norwegian Air Caribbean Winter Sale

Norwegian Air has discounted flights this winter to Martinique and Guadeloupe in the French Caribbean from Boston, Baltimore, and New York (JFK).

The sale is good for flights departing November 2016 through January 2017.  And all flights are non-stop, so you can start relaxing even faster.

For example, I found a one-way flight from New York (JFK) to Fort-de-France, Martinique, for ~$69 in January 2017.

And a one-way flight from Baltimore to Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe, for ~$89 in November 2016.

Return flights start at $99.  But under $200 for a round-trip Caribbean vacation during the winter is still a fantastic deal!  And much cheaper than the usual fares.

Remember, Norwegian Air charges fees for extras, like checked bags and seat reservations.  So you’ll get the best deal if you can pack light.

Save up to ~20% on Your Flight

You can take advantage of currency conversion rates to save even more on Norwegian Air tickets.  Even flights that are already on sale!

Read how to save up to 20% on Norwegian Air flights with an easy trick.

Let me know if you plan a Caribbean getaway with this sale!

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which alliances are with noregian air?