It's the typical story: you have always wanted to travel and see the world (because who doesn't) but having the money to do so can seem pretty out of reach. Luckily, it doesn't have to be. If you are a diligent deal spotter you can score some insanely cheap round trip flights all over the world, like tickets from Florida to Spain for $400.
Skyscanner is one of the best ticket comparing websites out there - all you have to do is plug in the dates you want to travel on and any additional details, then the website comes up with a list of hundreds of flight comparisons at your disposal. The best part is that you can see different prices throughout the month and from other airports in the area - helping you get the ultimate good deal.
And that's exactly how we found this deal from Tampa to Barcelona, Spain for $400 round trip on Norwegian Air International. The dates are February 6-13, which is a Wednesday to Wednesday. Weekends are usually more expensive to travel on.
Check out a screenshot of the deal below or click here to go straight to the webpage.
This flight, in particular, has a layover in London, Gatwick, and you didn't hear this from me but you can't even get flights to London this cheap so maybe you can "miss" your connecting Barcelona flight - if Spain isn't your thing - and boom, you just scored a super cheap flight to London.
But let's assume you buy a ticket to Barcelona and actually want to get to your destination, you may be wondering what there is to do there.
Luckily for you, Spain is one of the most gorgeous and historic sights in Europe, bringing in millions of tourists each year. If you are a party person maybe you will choose to visit Ibiza, perhaps you will just chill in the crystal clear Medderterainian waters, it's possible you will check out the Sistine Chapel and urban life - or maybe you will do it all.
There is really no shortage of things to do here, and since you are saving so much money on your flight you have more $$$ to spend on actually sightseeing. In fact, it's not uncommon for flight tickets to go upwards of $1,000+ one way in the peak season, so with all that money saved you will be able to do a lot!
Of course, these dates might not be enough of a heads up, the good news is that usually the further in advance you book your trip the cheaper tickets are, so don't get discouraged, change your dates and get packing!