A New Bus Service Launched In Florida & Is Offering 1 Way Escapes As Cheap As $4.99
Free Wi-Fi too? Time for a cheap escape & staycation!
A new way to get around is in town, offering super affordable travel deals for a Sunshine State staycation escape. The lime green beauties at Flixbus now offer their cheap bus services in Florida that won't break the bank — and we think we might have found our next excuse for a vacation.
After establishing its long-distance bus service across 28 countries in Europe & cementing their place across the U.S. transportation scene, Flixbus has finally hit the highways in Florida as of November 21st.
The travel company will connect Miami, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach & Port St. Lucie. From Miami to Orlando, FlixBus will offer five trips per direction at the start of service, offering some of the lowest bus rates available for cross-state travel.
In celebration of their launch in the Sunshine State, ticket prices are on sale as cheap as $4.99 for a 1-way trip, with each transaction only adding on a $2 service fee. That's about $7 for a trip across the state? Sign us up!
To make things even better, each bus comes equipped with a bathroom, outlets for charging your phone, chill mood lighting & free Wi-Fi to bingeor feel that sweet nostalgia of your childhood with on your ticket to a .
While an end date hasn't been announced for these prices, Flixbus lists the $4.99 cost as a sales price. If you've been saving up for a staycation, this might be the time to cash in on a trip to Miami.
Hit up the beaches, findor that , get the , , & , or grab your boo to make it a trip for 2 and .
With ticket prices this cheap, you may just be able to afford it all. We feel that itch for adventure calling to us already!
Price: Tickets starting at $4.99 as a launch special, with other affordable deals available.
Why You Need To Go: A cheap way to take a trip throughout the sunshine state to select destinations. Satisfy your wanderlust or finally go on that adventure to find all those cool things you've been adding to your bucket list.
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