You Can Fly From Hamilton To Florida For Just $100 Next Month
You can enjoy the sunshine state for cheap.
Winter is still a week away, but snow and cold are already hitting parts of Ontario, which means more than a handful of residents will be looking to get away from the winter weather and back into the sun. Thankfully, Swoop airlines are offering some super cheap deals that allow travellers to make their way somewhere warmer without breaking the bank, which just might be the best Christmas gift of them all.
Swoop is offering its customers a chance to fly out to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for just under $100. The deal’s only catch is that you have to leave Hamilton on January 20th, 2019, which is probably around the time you’d want to be spending your days in the sun anyway, so it's a win, win.
You can also fly home on January 30th, 2019 for $96.31, that is, if you ever plan on actually coming home.
If you’re more of an attractions type of person, you can score the same deal for Orlando, Florida, if you leave on January 13th, 2019, so long as you return on January 20th, 2019.
However, if you don't have a place to stay once you land in paradise,is also offering a variety of hotel and flight packages that won't break the bank.
If you plan to fly out from Hamilton to Orlando, Florida on January 20th, you can get both your flights and a 4-day stay in Orlando for just over $350.
This means all you would need is some extra cash for food and any activities you wish to do on your mini getaway.
Swoop is also offeringfrom Hamilton to Las Vegas that allow you to take a brief and cheap vacation to sin city.
The deal offers a 4-day trip for $286 in January with both of your flights and hotel stay included in this price, so all you need to worry about is locking down some funds for food and activities.
Swoop is a Canada-based ultra-low-cost carrier that is owned by WestJet.
It was officially announced on September 27, 2017, and began flights on June 20, 2018.
Swoop is based in Calgary, Alberta, and was named after WestJet's desire to "swoop" into the Canadian market with a new, cheaper business model.
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