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You Can Fly A Round-Trip From Toronto To Miami For Less Than $300 This Fall

You can escape winter for super cheap this year.
Flights From Toronto To Miami Are Less Than $300 This Fall

Winter is coming, but thanks to some next-level flight deals, you might not have to be here when it hits. Thanks to Flight hub, American Airlines passengers can nab a round-trip from Toronto to Miami for less $300 this fall. The affordable trip will save escaping Torontonians hundreds of dollars so long as they make their voyage from November to December this year.

Flights ranging in the $250 to $270 range can be found on Flighthub for a variety of dates, so you can soak up some sun while the rest of Ontario starts to go into hibernation mode.

What makes this deal even better, is that these flights are round-trip, making the journey less than $150 each way. With tickets this cheap, you can take a trip to Miami, without breaking the bank.  

Although you might be eager to flee to Miami come November, you may want to wait until December, when the deals get a little better. According to The Weather Network, Canada will see an extension of warmer weather before winter arrives this year. So, Torontonians may not be rocking parkas and toques until the last weeks of 2019.

Ontario is expected to see an extended period of mild weather this fall. However, temperatures in the province are predicted to drop periodically throughout the season, with cold weather rotating within the unseasonal warmth.

It’s also worth noting that when winter does hit this year, it’s going to be brutal, which might make buying those Miami tickets sometime in December a more worthwhile venture.

It is uncertain how long these flight deals will last, so anyone looking to make a little winter getaway should make sure to plan in advance to be safe.

So grab your tickets and get packing! 

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